Month after month, the newsletter thrilled, enlightened, shocked, and awed its subscribers. Everything was on the table.
The Mises Institute has compiled and published every issue of this obscure journal, in a two-volume book of 1200 pages in total. It offers a glimpse into the world as Rothbard saw it – real time, during some of the most dramatic events in US history.
Think about the Vietnam War and the protests (Kent State as one example) and the last helicopter out of Saigon; Nixon closing the gold window; Nixon resigning; raging inflation and high unemployment at the same time – something that all mainstream economists thought an impossibility; the Iran hostage crisis. I suspect each of these is covered with gusto, and I look forward to the treatment.