Friday, October 31, 2008
I actually didn't know about Larry Sechrest until less than two weeks ago when Per-Olof Samuelsson told me about two of his essays, one about Alan Greenspan and one about Richard Salsman's attacks on the Austrian business cycle theory and its application on the Great Depression. I rold you about the latter in a post here. Now I see that he has died at the relatively low age of 62. That's sad as I liked the essays, particularly the one about Salsman, and as he could have contributed with more good writings if he hadn't died. But at least we can enjoy what he already has written, so if you haven't read the essays, I recommend you ro do so now.