Blogs > Liberty and Power > JLS 19.4: What Lies Within?

Jan 5, 2006 5:47 pm

JLS 19.4: What Lies Within?

[cross-posted at Austro-Athenian Empire]

The latest issue (19.4) of the Journal of Libertarian Studies is out this week, with lots of cool new stuff: Alexander Groth critiques the Bush administration’s democracy-building policy in Iraq; William Anderson and Candice Jackson argue that the Wall Street prosecutions of the late 1980s contributed to the recession of the early 90s, as well as promoting the interests of the corporate elite; Piet-Hein van Eeghen offers a rebuttal to Robert Hessen’s defense of the corporation; Joseph Becker reproduces the Amicus Curiae brief he submitted in the Kelo eminent domain case; Randy Barnett and J. H. Huebert debate the concept of governmental legitimacy; Stephen Cox reviews Robert Mayhew’s book on Ayn Rand’s HUAC testimony; and Tom Woods reviews Alejandro Chafuen’s book on Scholastic economics.

Read a fuller summary of 19.4’s contents here.

Read summaries of previous issues under my editorship here.

Read back issues online here.

Subscribe here.

High time-preference? No problem – in a dandy new feature, if you subscribe now you’ll receive a PDF copy of the latest issue immediately. (The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics offers this feature also.)

comments powered by Disqus

More Comments:

Steve Jackson - 1/5/2006

I look forward to reading the review of the Mayhew book (and the book itself). Mayhew seems like a decent scholar, so it will be curios how he slants (if at all) his study of Rand.