These lectures by Rothbard are amazing. Anyone know what bibliography he was using. He mentions some of his sources, but I'd love to learn more about the period from reliable works. The whole history of Edison and Westinghouse sounds fascinating.
Anyone have any ideas?
I completely agree. Those lectures are great and I have often wondered myself about some of these things. You could send Hans Hoppe a mail(he replies) because I think he recorded some of these lectures.
Honestly, he probably wrote an article and/or book for each one of those. Though many of his sources are now considered dated. It's not his fault, it is just the way of things in the world of history.
'Men do not change, they unmask themselves' - Germaine de Stael