I'm working on a book to help people get past the traditional way of looking at politics. That is, I'm working on a book to help people get past this false illusory system of left and the right. When I finish it... which probably won't be for a while could I send that to www.mises.org? I was wondering that since you can send your audio lectures and your audio books in if you could send your own written work too.
Mail the editor of this site, Mr. Jeffrey Tucker.
I would like to hear more about how the left and right are illusions.
'Men do not change, they unmask themselves' - Germaine de Stael
Is it okay if the book has somewhat of a conspiracyish slant to it? I won't be going into the conspiracies like I thought I would at first. I want to write just somewhat of an intro to lies and falsehoods of things said by politicians. Maybe it would help wake some people up... but like I want to do an analysis of the MSM and that kind of thing. Would that be an appropriate topic for www.mises.org?
I can understand why the Mises instiute may shy away a little from some of the things that conspiracy theorists and folk say, though Rothbard himself was fairly clear on the subject:
"When the King is far the people are happy." Chinese proverb
For Alexander Zinoviev and the free market there is a shared delight:
"Where there are problems there is life."
I was wondering the same thing. I could not find anywhere on the site that mentioned anything about getting things published by the Mises Institute.
I am currently finishing a book called Freedom to Give: The Biblical Truth About Tithing, which I am trying to get published through a traditional avenue. If I am unsuccessful there, I will resort to self publishing.
I am beginning to lay the groundwork for a book tentatively titled God's Free Market: A Biblical Defense of Liberty and Capitalism, which I would ultimately like to get the Mises Institute to publish.