Hit & Run

Class is Back in Session


Kenneth Gregg's weblog CLASSical Liberal explores the less-traveled byways of libertarian history. After several months of inactivity, it's being updated regularly again, with recent posts devoted to such subjects as the work of the historian Margaret C. Jacob and, most recently, a political reading of Pinocchio. The latter entry evolves into a history of dissident puppetry, touching on figures ranging from the 'pataphysician Alfred Jarry to the science-fiction fabulist Karel Capek. It's a consistently fascinating site -- well worth a look.