OJ Simpson Revisited From A Libertarian Perspective
When OJ Simpson was acquitted of murdering his ex-wife in 1995, I was just another dumb white statist who thought he got away with murder because of a black jury.
After watching The People v. OJ Simpson and OJ: Made in America, I started wondering: if I had been a libertarian at the time, would I have felt differently?
And if the jury wasn’t to blame, who was?
Listen to this episode to discover how I think about this landmark event in American history now, revisited from a libertarian perspective.
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