Requiem for Marx

I’ve just finished the large coffee-table sized 2012 edition of the aforementioned title, made possible by Skyler Collins (the original volume was published in 1993 by the Ludwig Von Mises Institute), and edited by Yuri N. Maltsev.  This is a highly recommended, incisive indictment of both Marx and his philosophy.  I urge one and all to read it.  A free electronic version may be read or downloaded here — though I do warmly approve of and prefer the jumbo print version:


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Alex R. Knight III is originally from Groveland, Massachusetts, where he grew up listening to rock and roll, reading J.R.R. Tolkien, and the comic books of the 1970s.  He today lives in rural southern Vermont where he welds, plays guitar, paints abstracts, reads avidly, and writes.  He is the author of the short fiction collection, Tales From Dark 7in addition to the novels The Morris Roomand Empty World.  And, he is a Voluntaryist. Visit his MeWe group here.