The May issue of The New Individualist is shipping Thursday. The cover story, by Robert Bradley, Jr., makes a critical distinction between the "true" capitalist, and the "political" capitalist, who seeks government favors, such as import restrictions, price supports, or loan guarantees. (All which come at the expense of the taxpayer, consumer, and/or competitor). For those who think that that being "pro-capitalist" equates with blindly taking the side of "business," this article will be an eye-opener.
Art critic Michael Newberry gives us another intriguing profile: this time of painter Jeff Larson. And reviewer Bradley Doucet returns to address one author's argument that lust ain't such a bad thing after all.
There's a lively interview with author Diana West, who laments the "death of the grown-up" and the "disastrous impact on our political process." Other delights include a review, by Edward Younkins, of Mises: The Last Knight of Liberalism by Jörg Guido Hülsmann.
If you'd like a free copy of this issue, just email Allen Tomlinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.