Of course, our first link has to be to the NY Times review of De Soto's book.
Reason Magazine is populated mostly by libertarians, but they did this interesting interview with De Soto.
A critical review by a progressive site.
An interview by the Center for International Private Enterprise.
An interview with De Soto in RealAudio.
Two columns on De Soto by the same man, one from 1987 and the other from 2000.
A review of the book.
An interview with De Soto by Christianity Today.
This mailing list thread on the Progressive Economists List.
An article by De Soto at the IMF web site.
A review critical of De Soto, which praises customary law.
The Indian Express also has a review.
Another libertarian site, this time free-market.net, has a
A speech by De Soto to the Canadian International Development Agency.
A review by Business Week.
The New Statesman has a review.
The American Enterprise Institute's Michael Novak talks about De Soto's book, and another book on culture.
An interview with the Jewish World Review.
An interview by the Foreign Policy Centere.
The Hernando de Soto Resource Page at policylibrary.com.
A review in Contra Mundum, which bills itself as "a reformed cultural review".
Benjamin Reeve reviews the book for the Ethical Spectacle.
Slashdot has a less than exciting review, and lots of dumb comments. Shock.
A review by the Foundation for Enterprise Development.
An interview transcript with De Soto on PBS's NewsHour.
A scholarly paper that looked into De Soto's conclusions, and found them wanting.
A "virtual think tank" (a mailing list) discusses the book, and De Soto generally.
This description of the book gives about the most superficial analysis possible.
The excellent legal site findlaw reviews the book.
A review in Time magazine. Not that high quality, like all of Time.
The American Prospect reviews the book.
There. That's 31 links at last count. Have fun.
Given a choice between Libertarianism and ravenous martian spores, I ask you, do I look good in this Bernaise sauce? -- eLuddite