Comprehensive, hopeful, a must-read for anyone interested in the philosophy of liberty and freedom!
The thoroughness of the overview is excellent.
Yes, this narrator is consistently solid and enjoyable.
I found the entire presentation and content excellent.
The Cato University home study course is a sure way to learn the basics about libertarian ideas as they developed throughout history. It is a good start for novice or beginner libertarian and a great review for this radical anarcho-capitalist. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants to learn about liberty and have a better grasp on the subject matter. The narration was well done but the quotes read by the voice actor in the accent of said thinkers was not that necessary. I get it Bastiat was a French and Mises was Austrian but do I really need to hear their quotes in accents of English speakers from said countries? Other than that this is a great resource for students of liberty.
I wanted very much for this to be a great book. The topic is so important that I wanted an in-depth presentation so I could better understand the issues involved. Well, the issues were presented in an indepth manner but I struggled and preservered through the first several hours and just gave up. I have two graduate degrees so it was not a matter of the material being beyond me. It was just a matter of the book being boring. The narration was flat and the presentation of the material was more suited to an academic report being read in a graduate class. I'm sorry but I just could not endure any more. I tried. :(