The Mises Circle: Memoirs of Hayek in Chicago and Rothbard in New York

The archives on Mises.org are an absolute treasure.

Here are two of my favourite pieces.

First, Ralph Raico describes his time with Murray Rothbard, and others, in the 1950s, in the Circle of Bastiat, in which all of the anarcho-capitalists in the world, could, and often did, fit into the Amsterdam Avenue living room of Murray N. Rothbard, about 15 minutes walk down from Ludwig von Mises’s New York apartment:

And here is a complementary talk by George Reisman, in which Mr Reisman also covers Ayn Rand in a little more depth:

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One Response to The Mises Circle: Memoirs of Hayek in Chicago and Rothbard in New York

  1. Ralph Raico is my favorite living professor I never had. I hope to at least hear him lecture in person someday. Thanks so much for posting.

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