Money Can and Should Be Private PropertyJeffrey Tucker
Jul. 10, 2013
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I was daydreaming over the weekend. The subject: notable intellectual epiphanies Iíve experienced in the course of my life.
These are moments when someone reveals something to you that shakes you up. It runs contrary to everything you ever thought possible. You resist it at first, but canít come up with a proof to the contrary. Finally, you embrace it, even with some discomfort. As the insight settles in, the world seems like a different place. You never shake off an epiphany, and you donít really want to. It haunts you forever.
Bitcoin is one of those. Well, not directly. But had it not been for another epiphany, I would have paid no attention to the gaggle of geeks and their squawking about some new Internet money.