Category Archives: Reviews

The Best Book on the Soviet Union I’ve Ever Read

Behind the Urals – John Scott Typically when I read a book that is relevant to the interests of this blog, I simply write a brief mini-review in the “Reading List” section and call it a day.  But this book … Continue reading

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The Tom Woods Show – A Must Listen

The Tom Woods Show. Hopefully, most of you are familiar with Tom Woods, author, speaker, radio host, and all-around great guy.  About a month ago, Tom started a regular daily podcast, which airs Monday-Friday at noon EST, and is then … Continue reading

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Defending “Defending the Undefendable”

I wanted to write about this on the front page rather than simply in the reading list in order to draw additional attention to it.  I just finished reading Defending the Undefendable by Walter Block, and I was completely amazed. … Continue reading

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Giving Anarchy A Bad Name

So, I recently finished a book called “Work” by a group that calls itself “Crimethinc.”  They fancy themselves an “ex-workers collective” and often refer to themselves as anarchists.  I will not be adding this book to the reading list page, … Continue reading

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