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Dec 13, 2004 6:00 pm


News from Academia



This just in: The Journal of Libertarian Studies now has a better-qualified Editor-in-Chief than does its slightly-older cousin Reason Papers. Fortunately, we all recognize that competition is a good thing!
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Aeon J. Skoble - 12/15/2004

Sorry, my bad.


James Otteson - 12/15/2004

Don't forget that I'm the Book Review Editor of the Adam Smith Review! Okay, it's not the general editorship, but it's *something*.


Steven Horwitz - 12/13/2004

My congrats as well Roderick! This is a great development. And yes, L&P continues its march toward accumulating power in the hands of liberty. ;)


Aeon J. Skoble - 12/13/2004

"Don't forget Stephen Cox, a senior editor at Liberty, and Bob Higgs, the editor of Indpendent Review."

I did mention Higgs' TIR, but it's true I didn't note Cox and Liberty. I also omitted Sheldon's editorship of The Freeman! That's what happens when I get 5 hours sleep.


Chris Matthew Sciabarra - 12/13/2004

I SWEAR: I was saying the exact same thing. What's next? World Domination? hehe

CONGRATULATIONS Roderick! And keep up the great work, fellow L&Pers.


David T. Beito - 12/13/2004

Aeon:

We are slowly taking over the entire libertarian movement, or perhaps it is taking over us.

Don't forget Stephen Cox, a senior editor at Liberty, and Bob Higgs, the editor of Indpendent Review.

David


Aeon J. Skoble - 12/13/2004

Hmm, it also occurs to me that the Editors of JLS, RP, TIR, JOARS, and TRAE all blog here at L&P! How cool is that??

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