- IS THE WEALTH OF NATIONS’ THIRD DUTY OF THE SOVEREIGN COMPATIBLE WITH LAISSEZ FAIRE? by Valentin Petkantchin. There is a widely held belief in the economics literature that Adam Smith would have had the intuition of the existence of public goods…
- RADIO FREE ROTHBARD by B.K. Marcus. In almost every discussion of the FCC specifically, or American spectrum policy in general, someone will assert that radio spectrum is a unique resource that belongs to the public….
- HANS-HERMANN HOPPE’S ARGUMENTATION ETHIC: A CRITIQUE by Robert P. Murphy and Gene Callahan. In what is perhaps Hoppe’s most famous result, the argumentation ethic for libertarianism, he purports to establish an a priori defense of the justice of a social order based exclusively on private property….
- Review Essay of Thomas Woods’s, THE POLITICALLY INCORRECT GUIDE TO AMERICAN HISTORY by Jeffrey Rogers Hummel. The book not only became a New York Times bestseller but also raised an amazing amount of furor, to a certain extent among the left leaning, who are the book’s bÃªte noire and would be expected to take offense, but….
- Book Review of THE CHURCH CONFRONTS MODERNITY: CATHOLIC INTELLECTUALS AND THE PROGRESSIVE ERA and THE CHURCH AND THE MARKET: A CATHOLIC DEFENSE OF THE FREE ECONOMY by Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Reviewed by Sam Bostaph. Woods argues that Catholic intellectuals and Church authorities had long warred with liberalism and modernity, longing for a return to the certainties, stability and order of the medieval world….
- Book Review of Ayn Rand by Tibor Machan. Reviewed by Robert Bass. The book aims to provide an introduction to Ayn Rand’s thought for “a broader readership who may have heard of Rand but not examined her ideas in detail.ï¿½?…