Joseph R. Stromberg

Joseph R. Stromberg is a columnist and Research Fellow at The Independent Institute and has held the JoAnn B. Rothbard Chair in History at the Ludwig Von Mises Institute. He has contributed a number of scholarly articles for publications including The Freeman, Reason, The Individualist, Freedom Daily, and Journal of Libertarian Studies


Bukharin, “Imperialism and World Economy”

by Joseph R. Stromberg on Feb 1, 1975

“Bukharin had a firm grip on the economic main drift, the “rise” of cartels and monopolies. Unhappily, he [thought it the] inevitable outcome of market relations.”

Liberty Chronicles

Ep. 87: Profiles in Locodom: Fernando Wood

featuring Anthony Comegna and Nicholas Mosvick on Jan 1, 2019

Nicholas Mosvick joins us to discuss the complexity of Fernando Wood, the mayor of New York who wished the state seceded during the Civil War.