Bill Steigerwald at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review interviews me in Sunday’s paper; full transcript on his syndication site.
Gene Healy of the Cato Institute reads me in the airport, and likes what he reads.
And in a moment of particular pride for me, Jerome Tuccille, author of his own wonderful comic history of the American libertarian movement from 1971, It Usually Begins With Ayn Rand, says this unsolicitied on my Amazon page:
A Comprehensice History of Modern Libertarianism, February 26, 2007
|Reviewer:||Jerome Tuccille – See all my reviews|
Brian Doherty has done for twentieth century libertarianism what Tacitus did for first century Rome. He has captured the spirit and the personalities of the major libertarian thinkers of recent times (among them Ayn Rand, Murray Rothbard, Milton Friedman, Friedrich Hayek, and Ludwig von Mises) and dramatized their lives and ideas in a comprehensive, informative, and entertaining volume of history. Doherty’s book covers the philosophy of liberty and individualism as it developed throughout the broad sweep of the last century. For anyone who is interested in learning about the tradition of classical liberalism (free market capitalism and minimal government), RADICALS FOR CAPITALISM is invaluable. Doherty has done an outstanding job of tying together an incredible amount of material in a single volume.
Jerome Tuccille, author, TRUMP, IT USUALLY BEGINS WITH AYN RAND, and other books