Libertarian America: A conversation with Jeffrey TuckerJoseph S. Diedrich
Mar. 07, 2013
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MADISON, Wis., March 3, 2013 ― Jeffrey Tucker is the Executive Editor of Laissez-Faire Books and the primus inter pares of the Laissez-Faire Club, which seeks to apply ďa conventional commercial model of the digital world, like Pandora or Spotify, to the topical area of classical liberalism.Ē He has written three books on libertarian ideas: Bourbon for Breakfast, Itís a Jetsons World, and A Beautiful Anarchy.