Robert A. McKeown, a self-identified Austrian Economist and proprietor of The Blue Collar Economist has written a glowing review of "Selected Salvos from the Loose Cannon Libertarian, which, if enough people care, is merely Book One in a planned series of similar salvos.
McKeown says: "Garry Reed’s writing style is something bordering H.L. Mencken and Groucho Marx." Really? (Pause while I blush.)
Here's his opening teaser with a link to the full review:
Recently, I began reading Garry Reed’s book, “Selected Salvos from the Loose Cannon Libertarian” and found myself enjoying every page. Garry Reed’s writing style is something bordering H.L. Mencken and Groucho Marx. His quick wit and colorful turn of a phrase gives the reader something to chuckle about while being informed. After having read volumes of economics books and tomes this little collection of his articles, between 2001 and 2002, I found quite refreshing. It was like cheating on a diet with a pizza and a beer.Read the rest of this entry »
Thank you Robert McKeown!
Now, everyone, check out the Libertarian News Examiner article that features McKeown's website. It's great to finally discover articles for the non-academic, non-scholarly, non-professional libertarian who wants to understand the economics of freedom without slogging through all of the theorizing on government economic skulduggery. The Link: