Well Carson does summon the 'squirrel' since he choses not to ignore the history of South and well as North America, social democracy doesn't solve the problem, one can't see how Marxism would.
Except how does he really cop to libertariarism, if you have contempt for free markets,
No, just because it hasn't happened before, in a modern industrial nation, recall Marx thought of Germany or the UK, before Russia, only Lenin supplied the shortcut.
Now his complaint is really against classical liberalism, which was the default in both North and South America.
No, the author evinces a misunderstanding of Von Mises and Hayek's complaint that were rebelling only secondarily against Keynes, but against the dirigiste theory of Wagner and Schmoller, as much as it is worth rubbishing Lind, that's not ir.
The list of anarchist failures from the Paris Commune to the Narodny Volya to the Spanish Civil War, should be fairly clear on that point. the often remarked point on Gandhi, Satyagha could work against Dyer, but not against Model and/or more likely his Japanese counterpart is worthy of note.