My TOS Articles (So Far)

No doubt many of my readers have noticed that I’ve been writing for the blog of The Objective Standard. A lot.

It occurred to me that I should be tracking my work for that publication here at my own web page. So I just created a “TOS” category specifically for that purpose.

Eventually, I want to include a weekly update of all my new posts, in addition to a summary of each new print article. But I’m behind, so I plan to spend the next few days catching up. I begin with my print articles to date:

The Assault on Abortion Rights Undermines All Our Liberties
This article, coauthored with Diana Hsieh, offers a robust argument as to why rights begin at birth, and not before.

Lest We Be Doomed to Repeat It
Subtitled “A Survey of Amity Shlaes’s History of the Great Depression,” this article reviews Shlaes’s book The Forgotten Man and highlights its major themes.

Capitalist Solutions: A Philosophy of American Moral Dilemmas by Andrew Bernstein
I review Bernstein’s book, which covers a variety of issues ranging from environmentalism to gun rights.

Capitalism Unbound: The Incontestable Moral Case for Individual Rights by Andrew Bernstein
I also reviewed Bernstein’s earlier book. Note that I also selected this book for Liberty In the Books, and everybody in that group really enjoyed reading and discussing it.