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The fundamental discrepancies in worldview and patterns of behavior do not correspond to differences in race, nationality or class affiliation. There is hardly any greater divergence in value judgments than that between ascetics and those eager to enjoy life lightheartedly. Human Action p. 87; p. 87 Races
If one does not wish to aggravate artificially the friction that must arise from this living together of different groups, one must restrict the state to just those tasks that it alone can perform. Liberalism pp. 117-18 Races
Nation and race do not coincide; there is no nation of pure blood. All peoples have arisen from a mixture of races. Nation, State, and Economy p. 10 Races
The beginnings of trade make understanding necessary between members of different tribes. Nation, State, and Economy p. 21 Races
It is neither natural nor necessary that the members of the same race or the inhabitants of the same country cooperate with one another more closely than with members of other races or inhabitants of other countries. The ideas of race solidarity and racial hatred are no less ideas than any other ideas, and only where they are accepted by the individuals do they result in corresponding action. Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science, The p. 81 Races