Vienna, 1934. Ludwig von Mises packed his suitcases for Switzerland, while the fascists where taking over Austria. The era of the Mises Kreis had come to an end after almost 14 years. No more discussions between Europe's greatest economists, historians and philosophers in his private seminar. No more spaghetti and risotto in Anchora Verda. And no more songs about marginal utility sung by bright, merry scholars leaving the Cafés of the city at night.