"The Costs of War... ranks among the best collection of articles ever assembled on the history of United States wars that built the state, shredded the Constitution, and raised up an empire."—Free Market
“[C]ontains a number of well-written and well-argued essays that address various aspects of a crucially important but currently neglected subject for libertarians.”—Mark Brady, Liberty
“[An] insightful and provocative collection of essays.”—Dwight D. Murphey, Conservative Review
“The Costs of War is easily one of the most important books to emerge from American conservatives in a generation.”—Thomas E. Woods, Jr., Modern Age
“The Costs of War offers a devastating critique of Washington’s interventionist tendencies.”—Doug Bandow, World
“This book is the most convincing attack on the warmongering state to appear since the end of the Second World War.”—Gerard Radnitzky, University of Trier
About the Author
John V. Denson is a partner in the law firm of Samford, Denson, Horsley, Pettey & Martin, vice chairman of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, and a trustee of Auburn University in Alabama.