I belatedly second Steve Horwitz's salute to Leonard Liggio on his 80th birthday, which was July 5. Leonard was and often still is seemingly everywhere. Before the Internet, when the problem was too little information, Leonard was connecting people and ideas that otherwise would not have been connected. In between his more important tasks he found the time to be a member of my dissertation committee two decades ago. Now that the Internet is highly developed and the problem is too much information and too little discernment, Leonard continues to be as valuable as he was before.
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