by Lew Rockwell This talk was delivered at the Boston Mises Circle on October 1, 2016. Last week marked the 135th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig von Mises, and that’s an appropriate moment to revisit Guido Hulsmann’s brilliant biography of this great man, Mises: Last Knight of Liberalism. I commend this book to you, […]
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Murray Rothbard talking about the housing problem in urban america in his class at (perhaps) the Polytechnic Institute of New York University in Brooklyn, New York.
by Lew Rockwell This talk was delivered at the Peace and Prosperity 2016 Conference of the Ron Paul Institute. Not long ago I was thinking about the legacy of Murray N. Rothbard, the brilliant scholar and the creator of the libertarian movement, as well as a dear friend to both Ron and me. Would that […]
Here’s a common objection to the free market: why, it doesn’t yield enough scientific research! We need government funding for that. Even some free-market folks have bought this line. Here are some helpful thoughts in favor of the market and science.
A private graduate seminar. Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 27 July 2016. https://mises.org/system/tdf/26_Powell_MisesU_20160727.mp3 Source: Anarchism as a Comparative Institutional Research Program | Mises Institute
By David Gordon gThe anarcho-capitalism that Murray Rothbard favored differed entirely from the American system of government, and he saw the State as a gang of robbers. It by no means followed from this, though, that he was uninterested in politics. Quite to the contrary, he was passionately absorbed in it. I have never known […]