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Owen Sweeney

Well said. I have a temptation to tidiness, and this was good advice.

Regarding recognizing the Church’s traditional teaching on social and political matters, it is interesting to me (if not regrettable) that two of the better known Austrians (Woods and Tucker) are traditional Catholics. In the November issue of Chronicles, R. Cort Kirkwood favorably reviewed Christopher Ferrara's (another traditional Catholic) "The Church and the Libertarian." In the February issue, Kirkwood responds to a letter to the editor regarding his review. Good reading.

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