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Mises Made Easier

July 20, 2005

Tags Austrian Economics Overview

Free Market Books, 1974

Mises aptly named his economic treatise, HUMAN ACTION. It expounds in detail and with precision the human processes of social cooperation in a free or unhampered market society. It also sets forth with a similar precision the undesirable consequences that inevitably flow from every political interference with those voluntary social actions of men and women that are in keeping with the Golden Rule, i.e., actions which, barring force, fraud and human error, provide a psychic profit for all participants. It is truly the economics bible for all those who seek peace and prosperity not only for themselves but for all mankind. There is nothing like it in existence. However, its great contributions need to be made easier for average readers to digest, reflect upon and make part of their understanding and actions.


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