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Journal of Libertarian Studies 19, no. 1 (Winter 2005)
Volume 19, no. 1 (Winter 2005)
- Roderick T. Long: EDITOR’S REMARKS . . . Today our numbers are rapidly growing, and our potential audience is as wide as the internet. I hope you will join us in making the Journal of Libertarian Studies the chief academic harbinger of the libertarian revolution.
- ROTHBARD’S TIME ON THE LEFT by John Payne. Murray Rothbard devoted his life to the struggle for liberty, but, as everyone who has made a similar commitment realizes, it is never exactly clear how that devotion should translate into action. Consequently, Rothbard formed strategic alliances with widely different groups throughout his career . . .
- ANDERSON, HAZLITT, AND THE QUANTITY THEORY OF MONEY by Jude Blanchette. Hazlitt, economist and journalist, played a decisive role in the postwar presentation and dissemination of Austrian ideas in America. He brought broad attention to the works and ideas of Mises and Hayek to an English-speaking world that might have otherwise disregarded these Austrian exiles . . .
- REJOINDER TO CAPLAN ON BAYESIAN ECONOMICS by Walter Block. To the best of my knowledge, there were three Methodenstreits (or debates in the literature over the proper method to use in economics) and a handful of “mini-Methodenstreits” in which Austrians took part . . .