On a brighter note, Mises Weekends features an interview with two of our Fellows. Sascha Klocke, a German scholar studying in Sweden, and Louis Rouanet, a French scholar and frequent Mises Wire contributor, discuss their thoughts on the potential for an Austrian revival in Europe. Sascha and Louis explain why they see reasons for hope, and describe their personal experiences studying at the Mises Institute.
Also this week, we were excited to release Never A Dull Moment, a collection of Murray Rothbard’s essays written in the 1960s. Edited by Justin Raimondo and written with brilliant wit and insight you can only get from Murray Rothbard, Never A Dull Moment is a must read for any fan of Rothbard, American history, or libertarian political strategy.
And in case you missed any of them, here are the articles featured this week on the Mises Wire:
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