An Austro-Libertarian View: Essays by David Gordon

Volume 1: Economics, Philosophy, Law
Volume 2: Political Theory
Volume 3: Current Affairs, Foreign Policy, American History, European History

Review by Paul Gottfried

David Gordon, from the Foreword:

Shortly after Murray Rothbard’s lamented death in January, 1995, Lew Rockwell telephoned me. He asked me to write a book review journal for the Mises Institute, covering new books in philosophy, history, politics, and economics. Moreover, he wanted the first issue in one month. I managed to meet the deadline and continued to write the journal for a number of years. Articles from The Mises Review form the bulk of the material included in these volumes; but a few reviews from other sources are here as well. Ever since I first read Man, Economy, and State in 1962, I have been a convinced Rothbardian, and it is from this standpoint that I have written my articles.

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