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It is a good profile, but I agree with Prof. Horwitz. The author implies that libertarianism is a precursor to Austrian economics. In my view, it's the other way 'round.

Good read Steve, thanks for posting it!

J Oxman:

Factually incorrect to suggest that Austrian Economics was a precursor to libertarianism.

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