17 July 2011

A Letter From The Professor

Don Boudreaux often writes letters to the editor of the New York Times. I don't know if they ever get published. Judging from their truth content, I would be willing to bet almost never. It was good to read this letter on the same day that I read a very useful letter to the editor of the OutPost from Barbara Bryan, chairman of the Billings School Board. The two go together very well. By the way, this week's OutPost has some good articles in it about Ed Kemmick and some useful reviews by Billings and Montana people about books written by Billings and Montana people. And not all of them are favorable either. Read on friends and relatives.

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