Posted by Thomas DiLorenzo at February 6, 2008
In a very learned and thoughtful essay, Jim Powell explains the downside of Lincoln’s war, something that has never before been discussed by the Neo-Lincolnites at the Cato Institute. I’ve made most of the same points in my writings, as has Tom Woods. Jim’s days of being associated with Cato may be limited.
But read his books, FDR’s Folly, Wilson’s War, and Bully Boy (a.k.a., Teddy Roosevelt).