Libertarian History/Philosophy

Radicals for Capitalism Takes Manhattan: Tonight and Tomorrow


Tonight, Wednesday, March 7, at 8 p.m., I'll be appearing at a drunken intellectual salon hosted by Reason contributor Todd Seavey at the Lolita Bar, 266 Broome St. at the corner of Allen St. on Manhattan's Lower East Side (one block south and three west of the Delancey St. F, J, M, Z subway stop). The usual talking and answering questions about my new book Radicals for Capitalism: A Freewheeling History of the Modern American Libertarian Movement, but with alcohol! Free admission, you'll have to buy your own drinks at the bar.

But that's not all! Also in Manhattan, tomorrow night, Thursday March 8, at 7 p.m., I'll be doing the usual book store thing—talk, read, answer questions, selling of books–at the Barnes and Noble at 4 Astor Place in Manhattan on 8th Street between Broadway and Lafayette. Free, buying books always recommended.

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  1. You should have a similar event in DC.

  2. Brian, I just wanted you to know that I was so inspired by your talk that I went out and bought a dog. I am now torturing it for the sheer sadistic pleasure, even though there is a law against it. It’s actually the perverse pleasure of breaking the law that makes me enjoy it, so you’d better do away with those animal rights post haste.

    Okay in all seriousness thank you for taking the time and energy to educate those people. I know that was not your primary aim, but then it is usually easier to educate people if the don’t know they are being educated at the time. Your talk was very entertaining, so I am sure those people went away thinking.

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