On a day when all America is talking about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act, I’m thinking about the Koch-Cato war, now resolved.
Bob Levy explains the dispute and its resolution:
In the end, this was a win for Cato, and an abandonment of the shareholder structure through which the Kochs sought to control the think tank. For more on that view, see Cato at Peace.
More than a victory, though, a reminder: libertarianism may be ruined through an association or control by major-party partisans.