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New Japanese Translations of The Case Against the Fed and The Essential Rothbard

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New Japanese Translations of The Case Against the Fed and The Essential Rothbard 6 hours agoMises InstituteTatsuya Iwakura — translator of many works by Mises and Rothbard into Japanese — has completed two new translations now available on Amazon:The Case Against the Fed by Murray Rothbard The Essential Rothbard by David Gordon Other translations by Mr. Iwakura include: The Essential von Mises by Murray RothbardSocialism by Ludwig von MisesAmerica's Great Depression by Murray Rothbard  Subscribe to Our Mailing Lists Note: The views expressed on Mises.org are not necessarily those of the Mises Institute. When commenting, please post a concise, civil, and informative comment. Full comment policy here.

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New Japanese Translations of The Case Against the Fed and The Essential Rothbard

  • New Japanese Translations of The Case Against the Fed and The Essential Rothbard
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Tatsuya Iwakura — translator of many works by Mises and Rothbard into Japanese — has completed two new translations now available on Amazon:

Other translations by Mr. Iwakura include: 

Note: Mises.org are not necessarily those of the Mises Institute.
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