Murray Rothbard: A Tribute to Ludwig von Mises

The audio quality is rough, with occasional cut-outs, but the textual quality of the speech is outstanding:

Here’s the YouTube blurb:

Murray Rothbard was a prolific author, an Austrian economist, and a promoter of free market anarchism, which he called “anarcho-capitalism.”

In this never-before-seen video, Rothbard gives a tribute to his mentor in Austrian economics, Ludwig von Mises, at a Libertarian Party convention in Pennsylvania in 1984. Rothbard discusses Mises’s work and life, and the growing popularization of his ideas in the United States.

Download an .mp3 version of this lecture here:

Please note: The audio cuts out for a few seconds at the three-minute mark due to the age of the original tape.

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