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PFS 2012 Videos: Andy Duncan, “Liberty & Literature”

I’m NEVER going to watch this, but you might want to: Andy Duncan, “Liberty & Literature”, PFS 2012 from Property & Freedom Society on Vimeo.

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Andy Duncan on the Sword of Marathon

I speak to Dominic Frisby, the author of Life After the State, about perhaps the greatest novel written since either Blue at the Mizzen, or The Return of the King…

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Liberty through literature

The latest program from Bodrum has just been announced, and the Professor has slotted me in to the first gate, after his introductions. No pressure there, then. I am now umming and ahhing about which bow tie to wear; the … Continue reading

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This should be a movie! – ‘Sword of Marathon’ reviewed by Michael McKay, host of ‘Radio Free Market’

Michael McKay, host of Radio Free Market and a prominent Ron Paul supporter in the United States, has written an extended review of Sword of Marathon on his website. As a Sunday treat, I thought you might like to read … Continue reading

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‘Sword of Marathon’ reviewed by Hodder and Stoughton author, Richard Blake

In a Sunday treat, I thought I would let Hodder and Stoughton author, Richard Blake tell you what he thinks of ‘Sword of Marathon’, the recently-published Rothbardian novel about that pivotal (and strangely contradictory) moment in the history of freedom, … Continue reading

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Rothbardian Novel: Sword of Marathon

My very good friend, Mr Jack England, has finally published his first novel, Sword of Marathon, after years of my trying to persuade him to do so. Although he was very insistent on the book being first and foremost a … Continue reading

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