Sunday, September 2, 2007

Liberty or Equality

While I am quite pleased that my co-author, Maarek, has returned from his honeymoon, I cannot resist the temptation to point out that, while he somewhat mockingly said that he hoped not to read anything on his honeymoon in response to my having read Freakonomics on mine, he went ahead and read Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn's Liberty or Equality on his. At least mine could be called "light" reading . . .


Maarek said...

Well played, Ken, well played. I must say, however, that Kuehnelt-Leddihn makes for fascinating reading. He makes what is easily the best argument I have ever seen for the superiority of a monarchy over a democracy. Also, unless anyone think I got too intellectual on my honeymoon, I also brought a large collection of Robert E Howard stories.

Maarek said...

Also, for those interested, a full copy of the first edition of can be found here:

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