Publication Milestone; Upcoming Speeches

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Dear Folks:

I don’t know how to say this without appearing to be bragging. But I don’t mean to brag, merely to share some good news about my publication record. Hey, if I can’t share good news with people on this list, I can’t share it with anyone. Well, here goes: I have recently passed the milestone of 300 articles published in social science (mainly economics) refereed journals, and law reviews. I’m headed toward 400 such publications, as I have about 3 dozen articles that are forthcoming in such venues (don’t ask). My hope is that before I pass on to libertarian nirvana, I’ll hit the 500 mark. In any case, when I hit the 400 mark, I intend to share that good news with this list.

Here are the announcements for two upcoming speeches I’ll be giving on the west coast in November. Both are free and open to the public. If you’re in the area, please c’mon by.

Nov 5. Berkeley, CA. Students for Liberty, UC Berkeley, 20 Barrows Hall; Fri. 5 at 8:00 P.M. Topic: Advanced Libertarianism: Roads, Immigration, Environment, Military: How free markets make sense both ethically and economically. Dr. Walter Block has written books on two of these topics: Privatization of Roads and Highways, and Economics and the Environment: A Reconciliation. Contact: Casey Given, CGiven@studentsforliberty.org; (831) 905-4508; www.studentsforliberty.org

Nov 7. Palo Alto, Humanist Community in Silicon Valley, “Libertarianism: a Humanistic approach to political thought: means and ends, immigration, war, drugs, minimum wage, and environment (as religion)”. Sunday at 11A.M. – noon (followed by lunch) at the Student Center of Palo Alto High School at the corner of Embarcadero Road and El Camino Real in Palo Alto.  Contacts: Brian Davis <bjdpc@yahoo.com>; Arthur Jackson <arthurjackson@covad.net>; Arthur Jackson [mailto:arthur@arthurmjackson.com]; hc-program@humanists.org; http://www.humanists.org; Humanist Forum, http://www.humanists.org/forumspast/forums2010.htm#endyear. Admission is free.

11:10 am on September 26, 2010