Tag Archives: Murray Rothbard

La Herencia Libertaria: La Revolución Estadounidense y el Liberalismo Clásico

I’ve no idea what this article is saying, as my language skills are abysmal without Google Translate, but just look at the photograph above. Magnificent! 🙂 No doubt, it shall be appearing on a T-shirt near you, at next year’s … Continue reading

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GoldMoney podcast: Doug French’s top ten books on money

My latest GoldMoney podcast, this time with Mr Doug French: Episode 66: GoldMoney’s Andy Duncan speaks to Doug French about his 10 favourite books written by Austrian school economists on the subject of money. Mr French is the senior editor … Continue reading

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The Anti-Rothbard Cult

Murray Rothbard was one of the greatest men who ever lived. In my humble opinion, he was perhaps the greatest man who ever lived, perhaps in a league of two, with Ludwig von Mises. Other contenders, to my subjective mind, … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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The late late book review of ‘The Ethics of Liberty’

I’ve finally found the last book review I was after, which I wrote for Samizdata.net in 2003. It’s a strange review, discussing a real mélange of Rothbard books, but as I was early into my chrysalis-conversion into a Rothbardian, I’ll … Continue reading

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Murray Rothbard: The Mystery of Banking

If What Has The Government Done To Our Money? is an hors d’oeuvre, then The Mystery of Banking is the main appetiser in our quest to understand how the current financial global crisis arose. Far meatier than its predecessor, The … Continue reading

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Murray Rothbard: What Has The Government Done To Our Money?

In the classic David Gordon joke, the world’s shortest book is perhaps Your Duties to Other People, by Ayn Rand. Murray Rothbard’s classic on money is slightly longer than that, but it is still a very quick read. Broken down … Continue reading

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