George Says It Isn’t So

George Selgin has written to me, pointing out that he did not say in his lecture at Cato University that all of Murray Rothbard’s ideas were wrong. His criticism was limited to Rothbard’s opinions about fractional reserve banking and fraud. I thank him for the correction and apologize to him for passing on an inaccurate story  We have all much to learn from Rothbard. I hope that Selgin’s students will learn about his ideas; if not from Selgin, then from others.


4:58 pm on August 2, 2015