Writes Charles Goyette:
Congratulations on the Mises Institute’s 30 years of remarkable success.
You are among the most effective champions of peace, liberty, and prosperity of our era. You have seen to it that Mises can no longer be overlooked, having engraved his name deeply into the national debate.
Not to suggest that you don’t have much more ahead of you, but your impact has already been tremendous. Yours qualifies as a life well-lived!
By the way, I picked up a tattered old book in my library the other day, one I have had for decades but hadn’t looked at in a very long time, and enjoyed discovering you were its editor: Donald Hoppe’s 1975 How to Buy Gold Coins.