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Study group in SF Bay area?

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Daniel J. Sanchez Posted: Mon, Jan 5 2009 2:15 PM

I've been reading a ton of Rothbard's stuff in the past several months (Austrian Perspective on Economic Thought, Ethics of Liberty, Case Against the Fed, Conceived in Liberty, What Has Government Done to Our Money, For a New Liberty, and History of Money and Banking in the U.S.) and it's got my mind in a ferment.  I would really like to meet regularly with fellow libertarians to discuss Rothbard's works and other works of philosophy, history, and economics.   Would anyone be interested in starting a study group in the San Francisco Bay Area?  I hope so!

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If anyone is interested, please shoot me an e-mail at

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Couldn't get the HTML to work.  It's danjsanchez@gmail.com

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I'm in the north bay but I don't much like riding my motorcycle into the city.

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I could do Sausalito or thereabout.

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Bowlcut replied on Tue, Feb 3 2009 10:12 AM

Make to read America's Great Depression too!

 

So far we have covered Paradox of Thrift, how governments can fill in the gap between total output by spending, how inflation is rising prices, etc.

 

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