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Libertarianism and Psychology, Part 2 | by Jeff Riggenbach

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Uploaded on Sep 10, 2011

The Ludwig von Mises Institute presents The Libertarian Tradition, a weekly podcast with Jeff Riggenbach. http://mises.org

Link to the text version of this audio presentation, 'Is There a Psychology of Liberty?': http://mises.org/daily/5460

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Jeff Riggenbach is a libertarian journalist, author, editor, broadcaster, and educator. A member of the Organization of American Historians and a senior fellow at the Randolph Bourne Institute, he has written for such newspapers as the New York Times, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle; such magazines as Reason, Inquiry, and Liberty; and such websites as LewRockwell.com, AntiWar.com, and RationalReview.com. Drawing on vocal skills he honed in classical and all-news radio in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Houston, Riggenbach has also narrated the audiobook versions of numerous libertarian works.

Riggenbach's first book, In Praise of Decadence (1998), argued that the baby boomers turned out to be far more libertarian in their personal philosophy than had been expected. His second book, Why American History Is Not What They Say: An Introduction to Revisionism (2009), argued that political events and trends in late 20th Century America had led to a rebirth of popular interest in revisionist accounts of American history. In this study of American revisionists, Riggenbach identifies three distinct phases within American revisionism. (Sources: Mises.org and Wikipedia)

Jeff Riggenbach's official website: http://www.bearslair.net

Links to online books and essays by Jeff Riggenbach:

Why American History Is Not What They Say: An Introduction to Revisionism
http://mises.org/books/historynot.pdf

Meeting Murray Rothbard On the Road to Libertarianism
http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig3/rigg...

Isabel Paterson Biography Fills in Gaps in American Intellectual History
http://www.rationalreview.com/content...

The Ecumenical Spirit and the Libertarian Movement
http://www.rationalreview.com/content...

This Movement We Have Chosen
http://www.rationalreview.com/content...

In Defense of the Hack Writer: Critical Reflections on Ayn Rand's The Art of Nonfiction
http://web.archive.org/web/2002082507...

More online essays available @ http://mises.org/daily/author/1218/Je...

Radio Show Interviews:

Lew Rockwell Podcast: Be a Revisionist
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTmlN5...

Antiwar Radio with Scott Horton
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HjVVE...

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