Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Walter Block and Michael Edelstein: Memories of Murray Rothbard

Dr. Michael Edelstein, author of Three Minute Therapy: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life, recently gave a talk at the Circle Rothbard in San Francisco.

A few days prior to the meeting, I suggested to Dr. Edlestein, who knew the great economist Murray Rothbard, to also come up with some stories about Rothbard for the meeting. Not only did he come up with stories but he contacted his friend Dr. Walter Block, author of Defending the UndefendableDefending the Undefendable II: Freedom in All Realms and The Privatization of Roads and Highways: Human and Economic Factors and they reminisced about Rothbard. Dr. Edelstein brought along a tape recording of those reminisces. Here is that recording:


  1. Wouldn't it be great to have a biopic about Murray Rothbard?

    1. All he did was talk. what is there to make a movie about? His love affair with Rockwell? No thanks.

    2. Re: Jerry Wolfgang,

      -- All he did was talk. --

      At least he talked about interesting things and he wasn't an idiot, unlike a certain someone who alleged there would be "overconstruction" and "overcrowding" at the same time sans regulations.

  2. Not to worry Wolfie, the anarchist politburo has decided not to make you watch it.