The Human Action Podcast features in-depth interviews on current topics in economics through an Austro-libertarian lens.
Rothbard's Case Against the Fed
End the Fed starts with understanding the Fed, and Rothbard's The Case Against the Fed is vital for any lay reader. Mark Thornton and Jeff Diest examine Rothbard's best book on money and banking.
Rothbard's America's Great Depression
Professor Jonathan Newman joins the show for a look at America's Great Depression, Rothbard's classic explanation of a terrible period in US history. It can happen here, and it can happen again, if Rothbard's counsel goes unheard.
Scott Horton on His New Book Enough Already
Scott Horton joins Jeff Deist for a sobering look at American hubris overseas, along with the blowback and destruction it causes. You don't want to miss this conversation.
Guido Hülsmann on The Ethics of Money Production
There is no better work to explain the broader implications of central banking which go almost totally unremarked in the financial press than The Ethics of Money Production.
The Case for Reading Books with Tom Woods
Tom Woods joins us for a special year-end show to make the case for becoming a serious reader in 2021!
The Managerial Revolution
James Burnham's The Managerial Revolution: What is Happening in the World explains both the populist Trump revolution and the Deep State response, despite being written in 1941. Edward Welsch joins Jeff Deist for a thorough discussion of Burnham and his most influential work.