Speaking of Liberty
By Llewellyn H. Rockwell
A collection of speeches delivered by Rockwell over a period of ten years. The book begins with economics, and explains why Austrian economics matters, how the Federal Reserve brings on the business cycle, why we need private property and free enterprise, the unrecognized glories of the capitalist economy, and why the gold standard is still the best monetary system. Other sections deal with war, Mises, other important thinkers in the libertarian tradition, and the culture and morality of liberty.