Manhattan Institute podcast on Schools for Misrule

by Walter Olson on March 17, 2011

I spoke about my new book before a luncheon crowd yesterday at my former institute in New York City — several distinguished law professors were in attendance — and Jim Copland interviewed me afterward. We talked about how this book grew out of my earlier work, why international rights are such a coming area in law schools, and much more. The resulting audio podcast runs just over 10 minutes; you may need to turn the volume up higher than normal to hear it properly. You can and should buy Schools for Misrule itself here (Amazon commission as well as regular royalty benefits me).

On the radio front, I was a guest on Jason Lewis’s nationally syndicated (Minneapolis-based) show on Monday, and will be a guest today at 11 Eastern on Ron Smith’s show on WBAL Baltimore (audio).

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1 VMS 03.18.11 at 1:55 am

Walter’s speech before the MI crowd was excellent! Whether or not you agree with his thesis in Schools for Misrule, it is thought provoking and a must read.

And at $13.27, you can afford to feed Walter! Seriously, it is worth the read.

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