Steven G. Horwitz
By Cecil E. Bohanon, Todd M. Nesbit
This article appeared in the Winter 2021/22 issue of The Independent Review.
Classical liberal economics lost one of its most able and prolific voices when Steven Horwitz died in June 2021. Steve was a scholar, a public intellectual, an enthusiastic teacher, and an optimistic, charitable human being.
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