Manhattan Alert: Last Chance Tonight on Radicals for Capitalism Fun


For those of you who won't be celebrating at our Happy Hour in D.C. tonight with most of the rest of the Reason staff this evening because you just think you live too far from D.C., don't despair: denizens of New York and the greater New York metro area have an opportunity for Reasonish gathering, entertainment, and enlightenment this evening as well.

I'm appearing tonight, Thursday March 8, at 7 pm at the Manhattan Barnes and Noble at Astor Place, on 8th Street between Broadway and Lafayette to talk about, read from, answer questions about, and sign my new book Radicals for Capitalism: A Freewheeling History of the Modern American Libertarian Movement. All Hit and Runnites, please say hello and flash your Hit and Run gang signs.

An excerpt from the book about Milton Friedman from Reason's March issue here; dedicated news and reviews site here.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: In the original post I said 8th AVE. instead of 8th Street, an idiotic mistake by someone who is a stranger in Manhattan. It is in fact 8th Street where you will find the Barnes and Noble, between Broadway and Lafayette, Astor Place.