At Warwick, a good time was had by all

Yesterday evening, James Tyler and I spent a pleasurable time speaking to, answering questions from, and then socialising with, students at Warwick University. It was a good gathering with some twenty people present. With students coming from different courses and levels of study, James and I were particularly impressed by the quality of debate and the sheer enthusiasm of those present.

As a departing gift, James and I gave our hosts a dozen copes of the Adam Smith Institute’s excellent recent publication A Beginners Guide to Liberty. Containing an excellent collection of highly engaging essays, this book also includes a chapter by the Cobden Centre’s Founding Fellow, Dr. Anthony J. Evans. His ‘Banking, inflation and recessions’ is highly recommended.

You can download your free copy here.

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