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Rothbard: The Genius and the Man, and How to Approach His Work

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03/11/2016

Joseph Salerno joins Tom Woods on the Tom Woods Show to discuss Murray Rothbard, his legacy and the release of the Mises Institute's new Rothbard Reader

From Tom Woods: 

Murray Rothbard’s work, more than anything else, is responsible for making me into a libertarian. I continue to learn so much from that vast body of scholarship, spanning several disciplines. He was unforgettable, too, for his infectious enthusiasm and lively personality. On the occasion of the release of a new collection of Rothbard’s work, we revisit his legacy.

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