I’ll be teaching an online course on the New Deal , called “The New Deal: History, Economics, and Law,” beginning September 6. I hope you’ll consider joining me. Discussions of the economy, especially during times of crisis, are often framed in terms of lessons we supposedly learned during the Depression of… Read More
Archives for July 2010
I’m heading to Austin (where I’ll see you tomorrow , right?) tonight, but wanted to post this before leaving. The Seventeenth Amendment, which provided for the direct election of U.S. senators (who had previously been chosen by the state legislatures), is one of the many episodes in American… Read More
Here’s an interview I did with The American Spectator last week while in Las Vegas for FreedomFest. The focus, of course, is my new book, Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century . (The prose is a little awkward at times because it’s a transcription of a spoken conversation; it would be easier… Read More
On Bloomberg, Jim Grant is asked how he feels about the three yes-men about to be appointed to the Fed. Most guests would offer a few empty statements about the great qualifications of our new overlords. Grant, on the other hand, gives a reply that… Read More
Here’s a very interesting initiative: a move to deliver copies of Nullification to the entire state legislature of Utah.
But don’t know where to start?Â Here’s a resource page I’ve just assembled to help guide you.
Zombie one day, composer and singer of songs to Paul Krugman the next.