Strictly Confidential - Murray Rothbard

Strictly Confidential, by Murray N. Rothbard.
Edited by David Gordon.
8.5 x 11 inches, 444 pages, Large Print Edition.
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Reviews: David Gordon.
Mr. Libertarian, a great genius of twentieth century and one of the most innovative intellectuals in human history, still has more and more to say, especially from his private papers. The contents of these papers constitute a corpus of its own.

These memos by Murray Rothbard, written in the 1950s and early 1960s, were kept under wraps for fifty years. They were commissioned by the William Volker Fund and concerned most every important thinker and book of the period. Through them, Rothbard provided guidance for the publishing and philanthropic efforts of the Fund itself, which was the main flame for liberty in these dark times.

Rothbard’s writing is deeply insightful, brazenly honest, and penetrating in every way, as he treats every subject from strategy to historical scholarship. These memos have never before been published, and they provide a different perspective on the mind of a great and pioneering thinker.