Lawrence S. Moss, The Economics of Ludwig von Mises: Toward a Critical Reappraisal 
The Economics of Ludwig von Mises: Toward a Critical Reappraisal, ed. with an Introduction by Laurence S. Moss (Kansas City: Sheed and Ward, 1976).
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A collection of papers from a Symposium on the economics of Mises held at the 44th meeting of the Southern Economics Association in Atlanta, Georgia on 15 November, 1974. There are articles by Laurence Moss, Fritz Machlup, Israel Kirzner, Murray Rothbard, William Baumgarth, and Karen Vaughn.
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- Laurence S. Moss, Introduction
- Fritz Machlup, Opening Remarks: Mises, Keynes, and the Question of Influence
- Laurence S. Moss, the Monetary Economics of Ludwig Von Mises
- Israel M. Zirzner, Ludwig Von Mises and the Theory of Capital and Interest
- Murray N. Rothbard, Ludwig Von Mises and Economic Calculation Under Socialism
- William Baumgarth, Ludwig Von Mises and the Justification of the Liberal Order
- Karen I. Vaughn, Discussion of the Four Papers
- Fritz Machlup, Closing Remarks
- Contributors to the Symposium On “the Economics of Ludwig Von Mises,” Held Before the 44th Meeting of the Southern Economics Association Atlanta, Georgia