The Moral and Economic Case for Capitalism | Gene Epstein and Keith Knight Ep. 121

by | Jun 23, 2019

The Moral and Economic Case for Capitalism | Gene Epstein and Keith Knight Ep. 121

by | Jun 23, 2019

In this episode of the Liberty Weekly Podcast, we bring to you an interview of the Great Gene Epstein conducted by Keith Knight. Together, they explore the various cases for and against capitalism.

Please check out Keith Knight’s Don’t Tread On Anyone:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8ewiXhsWfnBENJQLCIxRIQ

Gene Epstein is the Director and Moderator of the Soho Forum and former Economics and Books Editor at Barron’s.
http://www.thesohoforum.org
Gene’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/GeneSohoForum

Material mentioned in the interview (Amazon Affiliate Link):
Gene Epstein debates Socialism
The Anti-Capitalist Mentality by Ludwig Von Mises
The Ultimate Red Pill by Keith Knight
Economic Controversies by Murray Rothbard

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