Tom describes how he would defend the free market to the world if he was given a half hour to do so.
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Dr. Robert Murphy talks with Tom about the “Nobel” prize in economics, Austrian business cycle theory, and Keynesian contradictions.
Lew Rockwell, founder and chairman of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, takes a trip down memory lane with Tom.
Hunter Lewis, author of “ Free Prices Now! “, talks with Tom about the damage done by price controls.
Per Bylund, research professor at Baylor University, talks with Tom about the Swedish welfare state.
Tom offers a primer on Austrian economics and its relevance for today.
Erik Voorhees joins Tom to talk about the future of Bitcoin after the federal seizure of the Silk Road.
Daniel McCarthy, editor of the American Conservative, talks with Tom about the origins and scope of the neoconservatives.
Dr. Walter Block, author of “ Defending the Undefendable “, covers some libertarian 101.