June 27, 2006
The leadership of the National Chamber Foundation (the educational arm of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce) recently recommended to its board of directors a list of 10 “Books that Drive the Debate.”
One of them was, you guessed it, An Army of Davids. Another was Arnold Kling’s excellent book on health care, Crisis of Abundance.
I’d be interested in hearing what Kling thinks about Andy Kessler’s book.