You may have noticed in the last few months that we have a lot more Mises Dailies available in audio. This is thanks to a fabulous team of volunteers. Steven Ng, who has been narrating for us for over a year, has been joined in recent months by Nathaniel Foote, Holly Hinton, Keith Hocker, Colin Hussey, Brad O’Connell, Donna Orlando, Joel Sams, and Ted Whelan, as well as authors Floy Lilley, Mike Reid, and Mark Thornton, narrating their own articles.
You may also have heard two new voices reading audiobooks: John Pruden and Paul Strikwerda. And, of course, we have the unmistakable voice of Jeff Riggenbach, who writes and produces the weekly Libertarian Tradition podcast, as well as narrating books for us.
Today we have 3 great samples of Audio Mises Daily:
Jeff Riggenbach’s podcast on Randolphe Bourne
An excerpt on Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk from the audio version of The Austrian School of Economics, recorded by Paul Strikwerda
Joel Sams and Holly Hinton’s performance of Bastiat’s "What Is Money?" (You’ve got to check this one out!)
Want to listen to more Audio Mises Dailies? You can find them listed on the Audio Mises Daily page, where you can also subscribe.
A big thank you to all these wonderful readers!