Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on June 15, 2012

in Books, Civil Society, Myths and Fallacies, Politics

The great Bill Easterly comments on America’s ‘decline’ and China’s ‘rise.’

Sheldon Richman asks if virtue is possible without freedom.

Daniel Freedman visits Athens.

Deirdre McCloskey weighs in on John Tomasi’s new book, Free Market Fairness.  (The entire symposium on John’s book, over at Bleeding Heart Libertarians - of which Deirdre’s post is only one contribution – is well worth reading.)

Sometime in the mid-1990s, Karol and I met Rodney Hide and his wife for a wonderful dinner in New Orleans.  (Our mutual friend Roger Meiners introduced us.)  I’m not at all surprised by Rodney’s wisdom.

John Cochrane reviews John Taylor’s First Principles.

Bob Higgs is inspired by the late and under-appreciated economist Kenneth Boulding.

Jonah Goldberg ponders compromise.

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