Bibliography

This list of op-eds, blog posts, radio and television interviews, editorials, and the like is not comprehensive but it’s certainly close. We’ll continue to update it as we’re made aware of old and new items that contribute in some way to the debate involving the Koch brothers’ lawsuit and the future of an independent Cato. (The arguments and opinions expressed in the items below do not necessarily reflect those of the KochvCato.com editors.)

Kochs launch court fight over Cato (Mike Allen, Politico, 3/1/2012)
Cato says Koch engaged in “a hostile takeover” of the think tank (Allen McDuffee, Washington Post, 3/1/2012)
Behind the Cato-Koch Kerfuffle (Dave Weigel, Slate, 3/1/2012)
*  Koch v. Cato (Jonathan Adler, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/2/2012)
The battle for the Cato Institute (Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune, 3/2/2012)
How good a case do the Koches have in the Cato flap? (Alison Frankel, Reuters, 3/2/2012)
The Cato Putsch (Jordon Bloom, The American Conservative, 3/2/2012)
Classically Liberal on the Kochs (Jason Kuznicki, The League of Ordinary Gentlemen, 3/3/2012)
Koch vs. Cato (Jacob Grier, JacobGrier.com, 3/3/2012)
Let the Cato Institute remain Cato (B. Daniel Platt, GayPatriot, 3/3/2012)
Koch v. Cato Follow Up (Jonathan Adler, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/3/2012)
Koch v. Cato — A View from Cato (Jerry Taylor, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/3/2012)
The Cato Institute and the Kochs (Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/3/2012)
Cato and the Kochs (Don Boudreaux, Cafe Hayek, 3/4/2012)
Koch v. Cato – Some Further Thoughts (Jason Kuznicki, The League of Ordinary Gentlemen, 3/4/2012)
Think Tank in Koch Brothers Dispute Could Find Its Tax Status at Risk (Debra Blum, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, 3/4/2012)
Prof. Steve Horwitz Facebook Post (3/4/2012)
Cato and the Kochs: A Presignation Letter (Julian Sanchez, JulianSanchez.com, 3/5/2012)
Cato and the Future of Libertarianism (Doug Mataconis, Unitedliberty.org, 3/5/2012)
Thinking About the Battle for Cato (Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 3/5/2012)
Cato Goes to War (Dave Weigel, Slate, 3/5/2012)
Strange Things At The CATO Institute (Andrew Sullivan, The Daily Beast, 3/5/2012)
Save the Cato Institute (Timothy Lee, Forbes, 3/5/2012)
Libertarian Ed Crane Decides to Act Like a Liberal. Will It Destroy the Cato Institute? (Erick Erickson, RedState, 3/5/2012)
An Open Letter to Koch Program Alumni (Gene Healy, GeneHealy.com, 3/5/2012)
Kochs vs. Cato, Round Two (Jane Mayer, The New Yorker, 3/5/2012)
Save Cato from the Koch brothers…on Facebook? (Allen McDuffee, Washington Post, 3/5/2012)
You should care that the Kochs are seizing Cato (Alex Pareene, Salon, 3/5/2012)
HOSTILE KOCH TAKEOVER MANIA: Bros Seek ‘Intellectual Ammo-Shop For Americans For Prosperity’ (Jim Newell, Wonkette, 3/5/2012)
Scrum and Koch (The Boston Globe, 3/5/2012)
I HAVEN’T FOLLOWED THE WHOLE KOCH VS. CATO THING, but … (Glenn Reynolds, Instapundit, 3/5/2012)
On the Koch/Cato fight (Jonathan Blanks, The Blanks Slate, 3/5/2012)
*  Cato Senior Fellow: Koch Brothers Want To Take Over Cato Because ‘Cato Wasn’t Doing Enough To Defeat’ Obama (Ian Millhiser, ThinkProgress, 3/5/2012)
*  An Open Letter to Charles and David Koch (Daniel Klein, 3/6/2012)
*  What a Koch Takeover of Cato Would Mean for the Foreign Policy Debate (Justin Logan, The American Conservative, 3/6/2012)
Koch v. Cato — The View From Koch (Jonathan Adler, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/6/2012)
Cato Institute Is Caught in a Rift Over Its Independence (Eric Lichtblau, The New York Times, 3/6/2012)
Cato, Koch, and Ron Paul (Daniel McCarthy, The American Conservative, 3/6/2012)
Cato, the Kochs, and Supposed Libertarian Inconsistency (Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/6/2012)
Team Cato (Jeffrey Toobin, The New Yorker, 3/6/2012)
Like Rain on Your Wedding Day (Julian Sanchez, JulianSanchez.com, 3/6/2012)
First They Came for Russ Feingold, Then They Came for CATO (Marcy Wheeler, EmptyWheel.com, 3/7/2012)
Robert A. Levy discusses the Koch lawsuit on The Bob Harden Show (Robert A. Levy, The Bob Harden Show, 3/7/2012)
Koch brothers vs. Cato: Charles Koch Institute e-mails alumni (Allen, McDuffee, Washington Post, 3/7/2012)
Thomas Sowell on the Koch, Cato Controversy (David Henderson, EconLog, 3/7/2012)
The Koch Institute’s Statement to Koch Alumni (Gene Healy, GeneHealy.com, 3/8/2012)
Tony Woodlief In Context (Andrew Sullivan, The Daily Beast, 3/8/2012)
Koch vs. Cato — A Guest Post by Brink Lindsey (Brink Lindsey, BleedingHeartLibertarians.com, 3/8/2012)
Why would Koch brothers want to kill the Cato Institute? (Ezra Klein, Bloomberg, 3/8/2012)
Take My Koch Brothers – Please (David Isenberg, Huffington Post, 3/8/2012)
Koch v. Cato — The Views of Former Cato Staffers and Ezra Klein (Jonathan Adler, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/8/2012)
*  Cato And The Kochs ( Neil Sinhababu, Donkeylicious.com, 3/8/2012)
Koch brothers vs. Cato: Charles Koch releases full statement (Allen, McDuffee, Washington Post, 3/8/2012)
Koch v. Cato — A Statement from Charles Koch (Jonathan Adler, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/8/2012)
The Integrity of Policy Analysis (Paul Pillar, The National Interest, 3/8/2012)
The Battle for Cato (Jerry O’Driscoll, ThinkMarkets, 3/8/2012)
A Possible Alternative Solution to the Cato vs. Koch Conflict (Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/8/2012)
A Few Notes on the Cato-Koch Controversy (David Bernstein, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/8/2012)
*  Keep Cato independent (Walter Olson, Overlawyered, 3/8/2012)
Laissez Cato Faire (Kevin Dowd, Huffington Post, 3/9/2012)
Charles Koch’s Recent Statement on the Cato v. Koch Conflict (Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/9/2012)
Save Cato: Preserving a Voice in the Wilderness (Matt Fay, HegemonicObsessions.com, 3/9/2012)
*  Libertarians vs the Kochtopus (Don Arthur, ClubTroppo.com, 3/11/2012)
Koch brothers vs. Cato: Cato Chairman Bob Levy refutes Charles Koch’s statement (Allen, McDuffee, Washington Post, 3/12/2012)
Koch v. Cato – Levy Responds (Jonathan Adler, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/12/2012)
Cato Scholars Fight Against Koch Control of Institute (Janie Lorber, Roll Call, 3/12/2012)
The Cato Institute and the Koch brothers … (Ronald Goldfarb, The Hill, 3/12/2012)
The Kochs Aren’t the Only Funders of Cato (Laurie Bennett, Forbes, 3/13/2012)
It’s Pretty Simple (Gene Healy, GeneHealy.com, 3/14/2012)
Koch Brothers v. Scholarship (Marie Gryphon, MarieGryphon.com, 3/14/2012)
On the Cato-Koch Affair (Charles Murray, National Review, 3/14/2012)
Bob Levy’s Statement on the Cato vs. Koch Conflict (Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/13/2012)
The Cato-Koch Suit: Analyzing The Kochs’ PR Statements (Trevor Burrus, TrevorBurrus.com, 3/14/2012)
Why Conservatives Should Help Save the Cato Institute (Michael Cannon, Forbes, 3/15/2012)
Bravo to Cato for Fighting Back Koch Brothers (Solomon Kleinsmith, WNYC.org, 2/15/2012)
Cato Adjunct Scholar Richard Gordon on Keeping Cato Independent (Richard Gordon, GeneHealy.com, 3/15/2012)
Think tanks still look for Koch cash (Anna Palmer and Robin Bravender, Politico, 3/15/2012)
Think tank politics (Tevi Troy, Washington Post, 3/15/2012)
In a Power Grab, the Kochs’ Struggles Are Revealed (Matt Negrin, ABCNews.com, 3/16/2012)
Family Feud: In defense of the Cato Institute (P. J. O’Rourke, Weekly Standard, 3/17/2012)
Why Left Wing Haters of Cato Should Beware of What They Wish For (Barry Stocker, StockerBlog, 3/17/2012)
Cato’s Ian Vasquez on What the Kochs Have Wrought (Ian Vasquez, GeneHealy.com, 3/17/2012)
Big money takes aim at the heart of Washington (Rupert Cornwell, The Independent, 3/18/2012)
The Koch Brothers’ Designs on Cato (Patrick Maines, The Media Institute, 3/19/2012)
Cato and the Power of Ideas (Steven F. Hayward, National Review, 3/19/2012)
John Samples on the ‘CAP-iz-ation’ of Cato (John Samples, GeneHealy.com, 3/20/2012)
Yglesias on “Legal Funnybusiness” (Gene Healy, GeneHealy.com, 3/20/2012)
*  Koch Takeover would Destroy the Cato Institute (Almost Rational, 3/20/2012)
The Threat to Cato’s Independence (David Boaz, 3/21/2012)
David Koch Responds to Cato’s Bob Levy (David Koch, 3/22/2012)
Koch Brothers’ Attempted Takeover Of Cato Could Be Part Of Bold Plan (Dan Froomkin, Huffington Post, 3/22/2012)
Koch blames Crane for New Yorker hit-piece (Conn Carroll, Washington Examiner, 3/22/2012)
“Who the Hell is Going to Take a Think Tank Seriously If It’s Controlled by Billionaire Oil Guys?” Cato’s President Speaks. (Dave Weigel, Slate, 3/22/2012)
Koch Reacts: Orchestrated Votes at Cato Board Meeting Reveal True Intent of Cato Management (Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC, The Sacramento Bee, 3/22/2012)
Koch and Cato–The Board (David Bernstein, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/23/2012)
Cato Plans “Takeover” of Cato (Gene Healy, GeneHealy.com, 3/23/2012)
Cato chairman responds to David Koch letter (Conn Carroll, Washington Examiner, 3/23/2012)
Koch v. Cato — David Koch Issues a Statement (Jonathan Adler, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/23/2012)
A Quick Koch vs. Cato Comment (Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy, 3/24/2012)
“INSULT[ing] Our Friends” (Gene Healy, GeneHealy.com, 3/25/2012)
Why I Fear a Koch Takeover Of the Cato Institute (Michael Tanner, Forbes, 3/25/2012)
David Boaz: Saving Cato — and Bob Levy’s latest response (David Boaz, 3/26/2012)
The Crane Chronicles, Part I: How and Why Ed Crane Pushed the Koch Brothers Conspiracy (Breitbart News, Breitbart.com, 3/26/2012)
Big Journalism, Vast Conspiracy (Justin Logan, GeneHealy.com, 3/27/2012)
Koch Brothers Move To Control Cato Institute (Peter Overby, NPR, 3/27/2012)
For an Independent Board (Gene Healy, GeneHealy.com, 3/27/2012)
Legal Spat with Koch Bros. Risky for Cato Institute (Bob Adelmann, The New American, 3/28/2012)
The Kochs, Cato, and Miscalculation (Jim Harper, Technology Liberation Front, 3/30/2012)
It’s the Culture, Stupid: Why the Cato Institute Should Remain Independent (John Tamny, Forbes, 4/1/2012)
The Kochs and the Cato Institute: a hostile takover? (James Antle, The Guardian, 4/2/2012)
Cato must not turn into a tool for Koch (Robert A. Levy, CNN.com, 4/2/2012)
*  Chairman of Cato Institute denounces Koch Brothers (Charles Rowley, CharlesRowley.com, 4/2/2012)
Crane  Chronicles Part II: The Care and Feeding of Board Members (Breitbart News, Breitbart.com, 4/4/2012)
Koch believes in an independent Cato (Kevin Gentry, CNN.com, 4/5/2012)
*  Cato: the need for an independent voice on regulation (Mark Calabria, KochvCato.com, 4/5/2012)
*  Kevin Gentry and the Independence of Cato’s Board (Gene Healy, KochvCato.com, 4/5/2012)
*  About Those “Unanimously Elected” Koch Operatives (Jerry Taylor, KochvCato.com, 4/5/2012)
*  The Kochs, Cato, and Miscalculation—Part II (Jim Harper, The Technology Liberation Front, 4/5/2012)
Does Koch-supporter Kevin Gentry think everyone else in America is gullible? (John Adams, Free Whitewater, 4/5/2012)
Tea Party Patriots founder Mark Meckler on Twitter (4/5/2012)
* MIT’s Dr. Daron Acemoglu on Twitter (4/6/2012)
Letter from a think tank: Deliver us from deliverables (Walter Olson, Secular Right, 4/6/2012)
*  Why Are the Kochs after Cato? (Gene Healy and Jerry Taylor, National Review, 4/9/2012)
*  Breaking News from Dick Young on the Koch Brothers/Cato Battle (Richard C. Young, RichardCYoung.com, 4/9/2012)
*  Why I Fear for the Future of Cato – A Guest Post by Christopher Preble (Christopher Preble, KochvCato.com, 4/9/2012)
 Saving the Cato Institute’s Culture of Liberty (James A. Dorn, Forbes, 4/9/2012)
Open letter to Charles & David Koch (Michael F. Cannon, Politico, 4/10/2012)
*  Koch vs. Cato: Koch brothers file second lawsuit over ‘Board-packing scheme’ (Allen McDuffee, Washington Post, 4/10/2012)
*  Kochs Sue Cato over Board-Packing (Patrick Brennan, National Review, 4/10/2012)
*  Koch Brothers File Second Lawsuit Against Cato Institute (Andrew Harris, Bloomberg, 4/10/2012)
*  When libertarians go to work (Corey Robin, Al Jazeera, 4/10/2012)
*  Cato: Kochs can’t take control because of “unclean hands” (Dave Helling, The Kansas City Star, 4/10/2012)
*  Big Bully Picks on Little Bully (James Wolcott, Vanity Fair, 4/11/2012)
*  Ted Olson Files Affidavit in Support of Koch Brothers’ Second Suit Against Cato Institute (Allen McDuffee, AmLaw Daily, 4/11/2012)
Reflections on inequality: Cato chairman, Robert A. Levy (Charles Rowley, CharlesRowley.com, 4/11/2012)
*  Koch brothers file second suit against Cato (Jason Pye, United Liberty, 4/11/2012)
FreedomWorks Sides with Cato, Blames Kochs (Patrick Brennan, National Review, 4/11/2012)
FreedomWorks sides with Cato against the Koch Brothers (John Adams, DailyAdams.com, 4/12/2012)
* Josh Barro on Twitter (4/11/2012)
*  Koch v. Cato Round II – A Second Koch Lawsuit (Jonathan H. Adler , Volokh Conspiracy, 4/12/2012)
*  FreedomWorks, Koch Brothers Clash Over Cato Institute Takeover Bid (Paul Blumenthal, Huffington Post, 4/12/2012)
*  FreedomWorks Condemns Kochs’ Attempted Takeover of Cato Institute (Janie Lorber, Roll Call, 4/12/2012)
*  Save the Cato Institute, Save the World? (Justin Logan, Foreign Policy, 4/12/2012*
*  Koch-Cato suit lays bare another rift on the right (Laurie Bennett, Forbes, 4/13/2012)
*  Will the CATO Institute lose its soul? (Stephen M. Walt , Foreign Policy, 4/13/2012)
William A. Niskanen – The Godfather of Divided Government Voting Strategy (The Dividist, 4/14/2012)
*  Could Billionaire Koch Brothers Ruin Cato? (Michel Martin, NPR, 4/16/2012)
Why an Independent Cato Matters for Mexico (Roberto Salinas-Leon, KochvCato.com, 4/17/2012)
*  A Tip for Kochologists (Laurie Bennett, Forbes, 4/18/2012)
*  Koch Brother Fight for Control of Cato Institute (Joe Harris, Courthouse News Service, 4/19/2012)
*  The Kochs, Cato, and Miscalculation—Part III (Jim Harper, Technology Liberation Front, 4/20/2012)
*  Independent and Principled? Behind the Cato Myth (Mark Ames, The Nation, 4/20/2012)
The Trouble with Arguments (Jonah Goldberg, National Review, 4/21/2012)
*  The Most Subtle Danger to Cato from a Koch Takeover – A Guest Post by Ted Galen Carpenter (Ted Galen Carpenter, KochvCato.com, 4/24/2012)
*  Help Save the Cato Institute – It’s Up to You (Mark Meckler, MarkMeckler.com, 4/28/2012)
*  The Frumming of CATO (Jordan Bloom, American Conservative, 4/30/2012)
*  Cato Clash: What Would Rothbard Say? (Daniel McCarthy, American Conservative, 4/30/2012)
*  The Legal Battle at The Cato Institute (LegalAdvice.com, 4/30/2012)
*  The #1 Economic Think Tank in the World and My Go-To Source! (Richard C. Young, RichardCYoung.com, 5/16/2012)
*  The Kochs’ Neocons Not Welcome at Cato (Editors, RichardCYoung.com, 5/23/2012)
*  The Battle for the Cato Institute (Luke Mullins, Washingtonian, 5/30/2012)
Behind the Struggle for Cato (Ryan Cooper, Washington Monthly, 5/30/2012)
The Washingtonian on the Cato vs. Koch Conflict (Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy, 5/30/2012)
The Battle For the Cato Institute (John J. Miller, National Review, 5/31/2012)
Rooting for the Koch Brothers to Win at Cato (David Zincavage , NeverYetMelted.com, 5/31/2012)
*  Response to the Washingtonian Story (ForABetterCato.com, 6/6/2012)
*  Koch brothers vs. Cato: Koch brothers launch ForABetterCato.com (Allen McDuffee, Washington Post, 6/7/2012)
*  Koch Brothers Launch ForaBetterCato.com Website (Wynton Hall, Breitbart.com, 6/7/2012)
*  The Kochs Respond to Our Story on the Cato Institute (Luke Mullins, Washingtonian, 6/7/2012)
*  The Kochs Respond to the Washingtonian Article on the Cato v. Koch Conflict (Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy, 6/7/2012)
*  Cato’s Problems and Nonprofit Structure (Ann Logue, AnnLogue.com, 6/15/2012)
*  Koch Brothers, Cato Institute Ending Dispute (Chris Frates, National Journal, 6/19/2012)
*  Koch brothers, Cato Institute reach settlement (Allen McDuffee, Washington Post, 6/19/2012)
*  Report: Kochs and Cato Settle (Ilya Somin, Volokh Conspiracy, 6/19/2012)
*  The Koch Brothers Settle With the Cato Institute (Luke Mullins, Washingtonian, 6/20/2012)
Is the drama over at the Cato Institute? (Jason Pye, Unitedliberty.org, 6/21/2012)
*  Cato’s president forced to step down (Washington Times, 6/27/2012)
*  Cato Institute and Shareholders Reach Agreement in Principle (Cato.org, 6/25/2012)
*  A Koch v. Cato Settlement (Robert A. Levy, YouTube.com, 6/25/2012)
*  Cato, Koch Brothers Settle Suits Over Control of Think Tank (Andrew Harris, Business Week, 6/25/2012)
*  Cato, Koch brothers settle ownership fight (Kenneth P. Vogel, Politico, 6/25/2012)
*  Kochs, Cato Reach Settlement (Patrick Brennan, National Review, 6/25/2012)
*  Cato and Koch Brothers Agree to Settlement Principles (Julia Edwards, National Journal, 6/25/2012)
 Koch v. Cato Settlement Details (Jonathan H. Adler, Volokh Conspiracy, 6/25/2012)
*  Koch brothers, Cato Institute announce terms of settlement (Allen McDuffee, Washington Post, 6/25/2012)
*  Koch Brothers Reach Deal With Cato (Jonathan Chait, New York Magazine, 6/25/2012)
*  Koch Brothers, Cato Institute Settle Dispute (Danny Yadron, Wall Street Journal, 6/25/2012)
*  Koch brothers’ effort to take over Cato Institute appears over (Matt Pearce, Los Angeles Times, 6/25/2012)
*  Billionaire Koch brothers, Cato Institute ready to settle lawsuits over think tank’s ownership (Associated Press, Washington Post, 6/25/2012)
*  Charles Koch, Cato Institute Settle Differences (Janie Lorber, Roll Call, 6/25/2012)
*  Kochs vs. Cato: Kochs win (Laurie Bennett, Muckety.com, 6/25/2012)
Cato at Peace (David Weigel, Slate.com, 6/25/2012)
*  Cato Institute and Koch Brothers Reach Agreement (Eric Lichtblau, The New York Times, 6/25/2012)
*  Koch Brothers, Cato Institute Say They’re Ready To Settle Lawsuits (John Hanna, Huffington Post, 6/25/2012)
*  Ed Crane is out at the Cato Institute (Jason Pye, Unitedliberty.org, 6/25/2012)
Kochs, Cato Reach Settlement (Patrick Brennan, National Review, 6/25/2012)
*  Former BB&T CEO Allison to Lead the Cato Institute (Paul Davis, American Banker, 6/25/2012)
Cato Lives! (Jason Kuznicki, The League of Ordinary Gentlemen, 6/25/2012)
*  Koch Brothers force Ed Crane out of CATO (Charles Rowley, CharlesRowley.com, 6/26/2012)
*  Koch Brothers and Cato Institute Finalize Settlement (The Chronicle of Philanthropy, 6/26/2012)
John Allison, prominent N.C. conservative, to take helm at Cato Institute, (John Frank, NewsObserver.com, 6/26/2012)
*  Cato Avoids Collapse; Ed Crane Out (ThinkTankWatch.com, 6/26/2012)
*  John Allison Running Cato. Is The Ayn Rand Guy Better Than The Kochs? (Donkeylicious.com, 6/26/2012)
*  John A. Allison takes over as CEO of the Cato Institute (ObjectivismOnline.com, 6/26/2012)
*  Former BB&T CEO to lead Cato Institute (Amy Dominello Braun, The Business Journal, 6/26/2012)
*  Ex-BB&T Chief Allison Ready to Throw the Book at Washington (Paul Davis, American Banker, 6/26/2012)
*  Kochs: 3, Cato: 0 (Karoli, CrooksAndLiars.com, 6/26/2012)
*  BREAKING… Crane out by year’s end at Cato, Ayn Randist to take over (Eric Dondero, LibertarianRepublican, 6/26/2012)
*  The Koch/Cato Settlement (Patrick Maines, The Media Institute, 6/26/2012)
*  Ed Crane Has Left the Building (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 6/27/2012)
*  Former BB&T CEO John Allison to lead Cato Institute (Charlotte Business Journal, 6/27/2012)
Objectivists Shrugged (Noah Kristula-Green, The Daily Beast, 6/27/2012)
*  Congratulations! to America’s premiere libertarian think tank (Clifford F. Thies, LibertarianRepublican.com, 6/27/2012)
*  Compromise Agreement Reached Over Control of Cato Institute (Jason Holmes, LeftJustified.com, 6/28/2012)
*  Cato dispute settled (Patrick Korten, ModernVerities.com, 6/28/2012)
How Hawkish is John Allison? (Will Wilkinson, BigThink.com, 6/28/2012)
*  Objectivist To Run Cato (Temporarily) (Daniel Barnes, Ayn Rand Contra Human Nature, 6/30/2012)
*  Who Is John…Allison? A Randian, Libertarian Business Icon Takes Over the Cato Institute (Ralph Benko, Forbes, 7/2/2012)
*  The Kochs v. Cato: Winners and Losers (Jane Mayer, The New Yorker, 7/3/2012)
*  Is Cato Objectivist or Libertarian?  (Sailing Anarchy, 7/4/2012)
What does Checking Premises think of ARI board member John Allison being appointed to Cato Institute, a libertarian organization? (Checking Premises, Facebook.com, 7/5/2012)
*  Cato chief John Allison wants to lead free market movement (Austin Baird, NewsObserver.com, 7/7/2012)
*  Allison, former BB&T chairman, looks forward to lead Cato Institute (Richard Craver, Winston-Salem Journal, 7/10/2012)
*  Ayn Randroids and Libertarians Join Forces: Will Her Noxious Philosophy Further Infect America? (Gary Weiss, Alternet.org, 7/11/2012)
*  How Objectionable Is John Allison’s Objectivism? (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 8/27/2012)
*  Does Cato’s New Objectivist CEO John Allison Presage Retrogression on IP? (Stephan Kinsella, Center for the Study of Innovative Freedom, 8/27/2012)
*  Notes on the John Allison Story (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 8/29/2012)
*  Objectivism Shrugged? (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 8/29/2012)
*  Oceania Has Never Been at War With the Cato Institute (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 8/30/2012)
*  BREAKING! John Allison’s Non-Denial Non-Denial (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 8/30/2012)
Cato Shrugged: Panic About An Incoming Leader’s Admiration for Ayn Rand (David Weigel, Slate.com, 8/30/2012)
*  Cato’s New Leader Dispels Rumors (Jeremy Kolassa, Unitedliberty.org, 8/30/2012)
 Atlas Mugged? (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 8/31/2012)
*  Complicity in Cato (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 9/1/2012)
*  More From Deep Galt (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 9/8/2012)
*  No. I Don’t Think the Cato Institute Has a Future as Anything Other than a Propaganda Machine… (Brad Delong, 9/10/2012)
*  Cato Shrugged (David Weigel, Slate.com, 9/10/2012)
*  New News on Catogate (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 9/10/2012)
*  Objectivist (Randian) Foreign Policy (Dan Phillips, ConservativeTimes.org, 9/11/2012)
*  Objectivists For Empire (Jordan Bloom, American Conservative, 9/12/2012)
*  Who Would Ayn Rand Bomb? (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 9/12/2012)
*  Objectivist Humor–No, Really (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 9/15/2012)
*  Rapid Fire Questions (Diana Hsieh, PhilosophyInAction.com, 9/16/2012)
*  Catogate Update–a Q&A (Jeremy Lott, Patheos.com, 9/19/2012)
*  Atlas Shrugged Part II Producer: Ayn Rand Institute ‘Joining the Ranks of Society’ (Jordan Bloom, American Conservative, 9/19/2012)
*  Ayn Rand — still the most dangerous woman in America (Terence Corcoran, Financial Post, 9/22/2012)

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