Does liberalism require “open borders”? Is nationalism compatible with individual rights? Is democratic majoritarianism a form of colonialism, with predictably bad outcomes for minority populations? And, can mass immigration be reconciled with self-determination?
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The F.A. Hayek Memorial Lecture, sponsored by the Stephen Haag Estate. Paul H. Rubin is Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Economics at Emory University, Past President of the Southern Economic Association, and former Editor of ‘Managerial and Decision Economics’. Presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 11 […]
On February 20, 2013, David Gordon, Lew Rockwell, and Joe Salerno spoke extensively with the foremost historian of classical liberalism, Ralph Raico, about his life and career, including insights into the views and personalities of Ayn Rand, F.A. Hayek, and Murray Rothbard. https://mises.org/system/tdf/An%20Interview%20with%20Ralph%20Raico%20Ralph%20Raico_1.mp3 Read Raico’s bio here: An Interview with Ralph Raico | Mises Institute
Dr. Salerno’s portion of the talk begins at 6:20. The lecture is followed at the one-hour mark by a panel discussion covering business cycles, the Fed, interest rates, and financial crises with Alex Olbrecht and Murray Sabrin.
The legend is discussed by Joe Salerno and Tom Woods. Source: Ep. 614 Rothbard: The Genius and the Man, and How to Approach His Work | Tom Woods
The late Murray Rothbard is in many ways the godfather of the modern libertarian movement, starting with the publication of his great treatise ‘Man, Economy, and State’, back in 1962. And of course, Rothbard played an instrumental role in helping Lew Rockwell get the Mises Institute off the ground.