Dear C4SS Supporters,
This week I’ve made 8,329 discrete submissions of C4SS op-eds to a total of 2,832 publications. I’ve added newspapers in Azerbaijan, Bhutan, China (Hong Kong and Macau), the Cook Islands, Fiji, Georgia, Guam, Japan, Laos and the Maldives to my submission lists.
- Kevin Carson’s “Maintaining a Monopoly: A Nice Trick If You Can Do It,” appeared in Le Quebecois Libre on March 15.
- David D’Amato’s “The Fanciful Idea of Statist ‘Efficiency,'” ran in Seoul, Republic of Korea’s JoongAng Ilbo and the London, Ontario Free Press on March 18.
- The Portland, Oregon Skanner ran “Mr. Obama, Tear Down This Wall,” by Kevin Carson, on March 18.
As you may have noticed, we’ve now been down in the 4-5 “pickup” range, from a high of 10 or more per week, for awhile. We’ve been trying to figure out why and do something about it. I expect to start seeing more “pickups” in the near future as we steer back toward a more international/less US-centric mix of topics and work to get our op-ed word counts into the 600-word range instead of the near-800-word range (800 words really being the realistic top count for an op-ed).
Have a great weekend!
Yours in liberty,
Center for a Stateless Society