It just so happens that Walter Block is out today with one of his trademark dissections of non-libertarian thinking. This one focused on the one-time anarcho-capitalist Barnett.
[I]t is a puzzle, wrapped in the proverbial enigma that such a staunch and brilliant libertarian would put it all aside and embrace government ownership, management and regulation of roads and highways, and, of all things, building codes. Were these his only deviations from the one true “faith,” liberty, I would dismiss it as an aberration; as a sort of typographical error. I would adopt Murray Rothbard’s policy of “every dog gets one bite.” For Randy, I would extend this to several bites. But when this latest support for government comes in the train of his advocacy of war-mongering imperialism, see above, it is hard to do so.
Read the full important piece here: Randy Barnett, One Time Libertarian.