F.A. Hayek, Ronald Reagan, Christopher Hitchens, Thomas Szasz, and Timothy Leary: 45 Years of Reason Magazine Interviews — Vol. I

F.A. Hayek, Ronald Reagan, Christopher Hitchens, Thomas Szasz, and Timothy Leary: 45 Years of Reason Magazine Interviews — Vol. I

by Nick Gillespie
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F.A. Hayek, Ronald Reagan, Christopher Hitchens, Thomas Szasz, and Timothy Leary: 45 Years of Reason Magazine Interviews — Vol. I by Nick Gillespie, Friedrich Hayek, Ronald Reagan, Christopher Hitchens

Reason, the magazine of free minds and free markets, has interviewed some of the most provocative and important figures in politics, science, business, and culture during the past 45 years. Read the first volume of some of our best interviews, featuring discussions with luminaries F.A. Hayek, Ronald Reagan, Thomas Szasz, Timothy Leary, and Christopher Hitchens, presented here complete with their original art and covers.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016073262
Publisher: Reason Foundation
Publication date: 12/13/2012
Series: Reason Magazine Interviews , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 949 KB

About the Author

Nick Gillespie and Matt Welch are the editors, respectively, of Reason.tv and Reason magazine. Gillespie writes often for the Wall Street Journal and New York Times, and is a regular guest on Fox News. Welch, author of McCain: The Myth of a Maverick, is a frequent contributor to the Los Angeles Times (where he used to work), the New York Post, Bloggingheads.tv, and talk radio around the country.

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F.A. Hayek, Ronald Reagan, Christopher Hitchens, Thomas Szasz, and Timothy Leary: 45 Years of Reason Magazine Interviews — Vol. I 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thought provoking interviews ranging over a spectrum. Will think about Szaz longer than the others, but Hitchens, as he did always, caused me to both cringe with dismay and whoop with agreement.