The Cato Institute has brought a new publication online: Cato Unbound. It’s edited by my colleague Brink Lindsey. The first issue features a lead essay by Nobel Laureate James M. Buchanan and responses by Yale Law Prof Akhil Reed Amar, federal judge Alex Kozinski, and public choice economist (and Cato Institute chairman) William Niskanen. Enjoy!
(P.S. Watch for more such products in the near future….)
One Response to “Cato Unbound and Unveiled”
Always been impressed with Amar. I find he comes up with a lot of excellent scholarship and integrates it within his books.
Just a thought.