I've only recently discovered the John Redwood blog site. It's amazing that a man this intelligent should have so much time to run such a good blog site when he should be shadow chancellor of the exchequer, tossing the rag doll of Alistair Darling around the commons, unlike that light-weight sniveller Osborne.
Alas, Mr Redwood doesn't seem to have seen the Austrian light yet, though he's close. One would hope he's at least read Margaret Thatcher's favourite book, "The Constitution for Liberty" (Hayek). Although only written by a student of Mises, and watered-down with all sorts of lily-livered socialism, it's still a pretty good read.
But John, if you're reading, you need the real McCoy. Try "Human Action" (Mises) or "Man, Economy, and State" (Rothbard), if you want the real hard stuff. I have the links to the PDFs right here:
UPDATE: Mr Redwood's site is so good I felt compelled to comment on the following articles:
Ladders and greasy poles
Do nothing or do the wrong thing - please don’t let that be the question
There can be two Presidents at a time after all