David Henderson, economics professor at the Naval Postgraduate School of Monterey California, research scholar the Hoover Institute, and columnist for antiwar.com and LewRockwell.com, was kind enough to do an interview with me recently.
David discussed the liberty-movement leaders young people ought to emulate, the problems he sees with the Austrian Theory of the business cycle, and the personal responsibility of the peacenik and soldier in fighting against, and not fighting in, an unjust war. I believe this is a very important interview for young people, in terms of broadening their mind and seriously challenging the status quo. As such, I didn’t cut much of the interview and I ask you, the reader, to find a time to listen to it in full.
If you absolutely can’t listen to the whole interview, then fast-forward to about 2:21 minutes into Part 4. Here, I ask David about the issues of peace and personal responsibility, and he gives what I consider to be a very thorough and important response.Published in