San Fran, Denver, Phoenix, Melbourne, Ev'rybody's Talking 'Bout Radicals for Capitalism


I'm doing some radio in the next two days talking up my new book Radicals for Capitalism: A Freewheeling History of the Modern American Libertarian Movement . All the times are listed local for where the radio show originates.

Tuesday, Feb. 20, 6:35 am pacific time, KSFO, 560 on the AM dial, San Francisco, the Lee Rodgers and Melanie Morgan Show.

Tuesday, Feb. 20, 10 am mountain time, KOA, 850 on the AM dial, Denver, the Mike Rosen Show.

Wednesday, Feb. 21, 8 am eastern time, WMMB, 1240 on the AM Dial, Melbourne Fla., the Scott Duncan Show.

Wednesday, Feb 21, 8:30 am mountain time, KFNX, 1100 on the AM Dial, Phoenix Arizona, the Charles Goyette Show.

Go to the respective station site links, above, for live-feed listening possibilities.

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  1. First Post!

    oh, anc congrats 🙂 will try to catch you on the shows

  2. melanie morgan? good luck with that one, she’s got the i.q. of a turnip.

    couldn’t get booked on armstrong and getty? they’re funny, at least.

  3. Tuesday, Feb. 20, 10 am mountain time, KOA, 850 on the AM dial, Denver, the Mike Rosen Show.

    For what it’s worth: Mike Rosen sold his credibility when he became a shill for the football stadium tax, which passed in 1998. Ask him if he got some nice luxury seats and Superbowl tickets for his efforts.

    He may be a capitalist –as in favoring those with capital. But a free-marketeer he is not.

  4. I was actually a phone-in guest on Mike Rosen the morning of April 17, 1999, to discuss the war in Kosovo (which I honestly knew almost nothing about, except that my employers were against it.) Later that day, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold shot up Columbine High School.

    I like to think these are unrelated events.

  5. Actually, that was April 20. The mind turns to mush, I tell ya.

  6. Kudos on your new volume, Brian! Just started the book and I’m quite enjoying it. In fact, it’s hard for me to put down.

    I was just on Mike Rosen’s show Monday talking about the global warming issue, so I’m not sure they’ll let me on to talk with you about Radicals for Capitalism but if they will, I’ll call ya.

  7. Brian- I picked up the book last week and am almost 100 pages in. Great intro/survey for someone like me who hasn’t read in depth most of the people you cover.

    Though I gotta say, it makes me depressed to think about how far we have fallen as a nation from the libertarian sentiments that surrounded the Revolution and founding.

  8. I am listening to your call to Mike Rosen in Denver and just want to say, you are doing a great job. KOA is a powerhouse in Denver so I hope it really helps sales of your book (Limbaugh etc, is on this station).

  9. It’d be nice if this sort of event, and Reason sponsored get-togethers in various cities were posted at a single spot, or that you could set up email alerts to various subscribers. The Reason Foundation does event alerts but it’s evidently just for the biggies.

    Any book signings? Coming to DC?

  10. Great job on Rosen’s show, Brian. Perhaps your volume will inspire the next renowned libertarian intellectual, as I’m sure it will inspire the “full service libertarian network” that you mentioned on the radio.

  11. Tobycat—The actual taking my body around the country stuff will start in March, and yes a DC visit in late march is planned. Stay tuned. Big radio and TV stuff will continue to be mostly noted on hit and run, but for the full court press of Rads for Capitalism hype, check early and often to

    Thanks for kind words from all who listened today.

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