The people have spoken and paper still rules. The Politics of Crazy is now available in a paperback format at this link.
For those who haven’t read it, here are a few older posts that touch on some of the themes in the book. First, a look at the economic transformation placing new strains on our culture and politics:
Some of the implications of these changes for political philosophy:
How older libertarian policy approaches, not the Neo-Confederate thinking of the von Mises folks, but the law and economics approach of the Chicago School, may offer a smarter, more effective government:
And most of all, we need to recognize that for all our problems, human beings have never had it so good. This is an amazing era in which to be alive, and conditions are getting better at a stunning, unprecedented rate.