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Real (Women and) Men Read "Man, Economy & State" - Chapter 1

  • Dec 2, 2013 · 7:30 PM
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Yes, it's a massive book but we can read the whole damn thing - right?  If you're going to call yourself a purveyor of good Austrian economic ideas, you best understand the fundamental works in the field.  The suggestion from our last Meetup to read "M, E & S" resonated with my personal goals and I think makes a good project for us.  I think it's too ambitious to read one chapter per week (average chapters are about 75 pages long - and it's stuff you have to think about although Rothbard's writing style is nice to read) but knocking off a chapter every couple of weeks seems achievable to me.  Let's start with Chapter 1 for this coming Monday (we just discussed marginal utility a few weeks ago so we can skim through that part).  Here are links to the book itself and Robert Murphy's study guide for it:

See you Monday for a discussion of Chapter 1.

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  • Dan L.

    Does anyone know when and where the next Bitcoin meetup is?

    November 27, 2013

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