An Enemy of the State
by Justin Raimondo

An excellent biography of Murray Rothbard. It explains why he allied and disaffiliated with different individuals and factions throughout his life and shows that he was consistent. It is avowedly pro-Rothbard and designed to make the reader appreciate what a great man he was. Beyond that it is a great summary of Rothbard’s philosophy, accomplishments, and genius.

The chapter on Murray’s history of economic thought made me eager to read it. I can’t believe that this biography was written by the idiot I saw on Politically Incorrect years ago.

Year Read: 2001

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