A Man of Principle: Essays in Honor of Hans F. Sennholz

A Man of Principle: Essays in Honor of Hans F. Sennholz

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A Man of Principle: Essays in Honor of Hans F. Sennholz
During a period of thirty-six years, Professor Sennholz taught economics to some ten thousand students attending Grove City College.  He has made thousands of public speeches reaching public audiences around the world.  He has authored numerous books and several hundred articles, attracting countless readers.  To commemorate his remarkable achievements as college teacher, public lecturer, and prolific writer, thirty-six of his students, colleagues, and friends prepared this collection of essays and presented it to him on his seventieth birthday.

The editors of the volume, who selected the authors and supervised the work until completed and published were John W. Robbins and Mark Spangler.  They created a remarkable collection of brilliant essays.

The reader of the volume will be impressed by the breadth and depth of the essays.  He will find incisive discussions of many burning issues by eminent scholars and writers.  In fact, the table of contents reads like a roster of the leaders of the conservative movement:

Robert G. Anderson—The Disintegration of Economic Ownership
Robert James Bidinotto—What is Freedom For?
Peter J. Boettke—Economic Education and Social Change
Juan C. Cachanosky—The Theory of Value and the Austrian School
Clarence B. Carson—Marx's Quantity Theory of Labor: A Critique
Camille P. Castorina—On Some Forgotten Passages in the History of Liberty
Edwin G. Dolan—Our Common Road to the Market
Richard M. Ebeling—Variations on the Demand for Money Theme: Ludwig von Mises and Some Twentieth Century Views
Ridgway K. Foley, Jr.—The Anonymous Life
Bettina Bien Greaves—Mises's New York University Seminar and the Austrian School of Economics in the United States
Robert L. Guarnieri—Some Principles of Political Economy of Special Interest to Women
Mark W. Hendrickson—The Key Question
Sanford Ikeda—The Dynamics of Government Intervention: Theory and Implications
Bruce W. Ketler—The Legal Status of Money
Matthew B. Kibbe—Tax, Borrow, and Spend: The Dilemma of Federal Budget Reform
Israel M. Kirzner—Human Action, Freedom, and Economic Science
Robert D. Love—Integrity and Economics
Charles S. MacKenzie—Equality and the Bible
Luisa Zorraquin de Marcos—Free Market Environmentalism
Robert H. Miller—Supply-Side Economics
Gary North—The Beacon Factor
Judd W. Patton—The Inseparable Link Between Morality and Economics
William H. Peterson—America's Second Democracy
Sylvester Petro—Capitalism, Democracy, and Elections
Lawrence W. Reed—The Perils of Forecasting
George Reisman—Freedom of Opportunity, Not Equality of Opportunity
John W. Robbins—The Sine Qua Non of Enduring Freedom
Rousas John Rushdoony—Christianity and Freedom
Gary G. Short—Deposit Insurance, the Use of Information, and the Current Crisis in the Financial Industry
Mark Skousen—Crowding Out
Mark Spangler—Behind the Bottom Line
John A. Sparks—Private Property, Non-Ownership, and the Third World
Terree P. Wasley—Health Care in the Twentieth Century: A History of Government Interference and Protection
Walter J. Wessels—Are Unions all that Good?
Lawrence H. White—Mises on Free Banking and Fractional Reserves
Richard A. White—The Ethical Setting of the Market: The Perspective of Röpke

Clothbound (pp. 571)