A Goddamned Great E-Book of Reason Interviews! Hayek, Hitchens, Leary, Reagan, Szasz

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Reason Interviews F.A. Hayek, Ronald Reagan, Christopher Hitchens, Thomas Szasz, and Timothy Leary

Check out Reason's first-ever ebook, which pulls together five great interviews from the magazine's first 45 years. Long-form, wide-ranging conversations with Tim Leary, FA Hayek, Ronald Reagan, Thomas Szasz, and Christopher Hitchens will delight, amaze, educate—and at times infuriate!—you.

I've written an intro to the collection as well, which puts the interviews in context (they were conducted between the 1970s and the '00s).

It's just $2.99 and the volume contains original artwork and covers from the relevant mags. Click below for more info and to purchase.

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  1. It’s just $2.99 and the volume contains original artwork and covers from the relevant mags. Click below for more info and to purchase.

    If that art work is anything like the “cover art” used for the e-book itself, then I hardly see it as a feature.

    1. What you got against black, orange and white?

  2. $3 is below my pain threshold, so I got it. But if this isn’t as goddamned great as advertised, I’m gonna drive down to Oxford and kick Nick in the taint.

    1. How’d you like : The Necronomicon for Kindle?

    2. I agree with the first sentence. However, it would cost me too much to get to Nick, so I’ll just have to let you mete out any justice.

  3. I’d be happy to pay $2.99, but not for DRM anything. Make it a pdf or any reasonable non-DRM format and I’ll pony up.

  4. I would like to buy a dead tree copy please. I would prefer to not go blind.

    Thank you

    1. “I would like to buy a dead tree copy please. I would prefer to not go blind.”

      Not wanting to go blind makes you a Luddite. Have the proper respect for the future and technology to sacrifice your corneas.

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