Friday, April 07, 2006
I enthusiastically recommend the latest issue of the Journal of Libertarian Studies, which contains a symposium on Kevin Carson's excellent book, Studies in Mutualist Political Economy. The papers therein were written by Roderick Long, Walter Block, Robert Murphy, and George Reisman, with a rejoinder by Carson. As a bonus the issue reprints Murray Rothbard's old critique of the economics of Lysander Spooner and Benjamin Tucker.
Read Carson's important book, then read the JLS. Together they are virtually required reading for the deepest possible understanding of libertarianism and its place on the political-economic landscape.
Posted by Sheldon Richman at 7:42 AM