The road to this point has encountered some moments of tremendous exasperation. In late 1968 Walter Heller of the University of Minnesota and Milton Friedman of the University of Chicago held their “great debate” on “Monetary vs. Fiscal Policy” at NYU. It received national front-page coverage. Hundreds of people attended; additional rooms had to be found to accommodate them. Later that same evening, Mises held a seminar across the hall where only fewer than a dozen people showed.
That fall evening, the public wasn’t listening to the teachings of Mises. But on a spring evening this year, it’s going to be much different.
Won’t you join us on that spring evening?