But how many people will be effected by this information? I don't have much hope because I know unless the masses only listen to the tv set. Not many people put a lot of effort into enlightening themselves.
More than one would think. Thirty years ago, a grad student wanting to study Austrian economics would have a hard time finding texts, let alone a professor. Now any interested layman can access the texts, or pay a small fee to take a more comprehensive course on a particular subject.
The LvMI (and Ron Paul) have taken the Austro-libertarian movement from the depths of the 60's and 70's, when they were maybe a dozen (probably fewer) economists or political philosophers even familiar with casual-realist economics, to today, where the youth interest is absolutely exploding.