If you have not read For a New Liberty and The Ethics of Liberty, you education is grossly lacking no matter how many PhD’s you might have accumulated. — jtl, 419
The book is still regarded as “dangerous” precisely because, once the exposure to Rothbardianism takes place, no other book on politics, economics, or sociology can be read the same way again. What was once a commercial phenomenon has truly become a classical statement that I predict will be read for generations to come.
The Free Market 26, no. 9 (September 2005)
There are many varieties of libertarianism alive in the world today, and they owe a great debt to the work of Ludwig von Mises. His top American student was Murray N. Rothbard, and Rothbardianism remains the center of…
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