Something New in the Neighborhood
Just wanted to let you know that I have been kindly invited into Liberty & Power as part of the regular bloggers here. Many of you have probably seen my various entries here and perhaps even ventured onto my CLASSical liberal website (http://classicalliberalism.blogspot.com/).
I have specialized in libertarian/classical liberal history for some years now, and hopefully, my input will be of interest to all of you.
Some of you I have known personally for some time (Wendy, I won't tell if you don't!) and others I have only read your writings here and there.
David, and all of the others, thanks again for the invite!
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Chris Matthew Sciabarra - 1/28/2005
Hey, thanks Ken! I look forward to your contributions here!
All the best,
Aeon J. Skoble - 1/27/2005
Thanks, glad you thought so! Hope they did too.
Kenneth R Gregg - 1/27/2005
Thanks Aeon & Chris!
Just as an aside, Aeon, I listened to the NPR discussion and thought you did an excellent job. You were very comfortable talking on national radio.
Chris, I've enjoyed your books. I will admit it took me more than one reading to soak your interpretations into my own understanding. You've developed some interesting approaches to Rand and Rothbard, with a surprisingly good internal consistency.
Kenneth R Gregg - 1/27/2005
I'm sure we'll have a few interesting dialogues here from time to time.
Chris Matthew Sciabarra - 1/26/2005
Let me add my voice to the chorus. :)
Robert L. Campbell - 1/26/2005
... and I'm looking forward to reading your contributions.
Aeon J. Skoble - 1/26/2005
Kenneth R Gregg - 1/26/2005
I've not been posting on the ifeminists.com site lately and miss some of the comradery there.
Kirsten Tynan - 1/25/2005
Ken, I'm happy to see you posting in this forum!
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