ROTHBARD, Murray. For a New Liberty. New York: Macmillan, (1973). Octavo, original dusty rose cloth, original dust jacket.
First edition of the work hailed as the "Libertarian Manifesto, Rothbard's seminal work is credited with launching the modern libertarian movement in the United States and explaining the economic merits of free market anarchy.A student and colleague of Ludwig von Mises—the "uncontested dean of the Austrian School of economics" (ANB), and to whom, along with Thomas Jefferson and Charles Holt Campbell, this volume is dedicated—"Rothbard created the modern libertarian movement" (Wendy McElroy). If a copy of For A New Liberty—preferably worn with wear from repeated readings—is not on your bookshelf, or your friends' bookshelves, remedy that grave… Read more