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Panel: The Significance of Hans-Hermann Hoppe

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03/25/2019Hans-Hermann HoppeDavid GordonMark ThorntonStephan KinsellaThomas J. DiLorenzoJörg Guido HülsmannJoseph T. Salerno

Sponsored by Steve and Cassandra Torello.

Featuring David Gordon ("Hoppe and German Philosophy"), Mark Thornton ("Hoppe as Textbook Writer"), Stephan Kinsella ("Hoppe on Property Rights"), Thomas DiLorenzo ("Hoppean Political Economy vs. Public Choice"), Jörg Guido Hülsmann ("Hoppe as Mentor"), Joseph Salerno ("Hoppe and the Art of Economic Controversy"), and a response from Hans-Hermann Hoppe.

Panel: The Significance of Hans-Hermann Hoppe

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Contact Hans-Hermann Hoppe

Hans-Hermann Hoppe is an Austrian school economist and libertarian/anarcho-capitalist philosopher. He is the founder and president of The Property and Freedom Society.

Contact David Gordon

David Gordon is Senior Fellow at the Mises Institute, and editor of The Mises Review.

Contact Mark Thornton

Mark Thornton is a Senior Fellow at the Mises Institute and the book review editor of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics. He has authored seven books and is a frequent guest on national radio shows.

Stephan Kinsella

Stephan Kinsella is an attorney in Houston, director of the Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom, and editor of Libertarian Papers.

Contact Thomas J. DiLorenzo

Thomas DiLorenzo is professor of economics at Loyola University Maryland and a member of the senior faculty of the Mises Institute. He is the author of The Real Lincoln; How Capitalism Saved America; Lincoln Unmasked; Hamilton's Curse; Organized Crime: The Unvarnished Truth About Government; and The Problem with Socialism.

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