i have recently designed the following course for my own use: rigourous introductory study centers around rothbard's 'man, economy, and state', via robert murphy's accompanying study guide as an auxillary map, and with mises' 'human action', 'theory of money and credit'...
thanks for the reply! I hadn't heard of reisman's work, and upon inspecting it, it appears i have stumbled upon a bizarre libertarian rift with this ayn rand controversy. Am i allowed to read 'capitalism', or is it tainted? I am offended at this anti-rothbard sentiment