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Deeper Than You Think - Digital Book

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“It is a simple, obvious, self-evident fact that ideas, understanding, wisdom cannot be coercively injected into the consciousness of another. Yet, such is the presumption of persons who employ the coercive techniques.” Leonard E. Read
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This professionally prepared ebook is an electronic edition of the book that is designed for reading on digital readers like Nook, Kindle, iPad, Sony Reader, and other products including iPhone and Android smart phones. The text reflows depending on your font preferences and it contains links from navigation.

Leonard Read implores that “Truth is not to be found in coercive arrangements.” This work spans a wide array of topics from Egoism & Altruism to comparisons of macro and micro economics. This e-book demonstrates Leonard Read’s legendary dynamism in his writing of literature. In keeping with Read’s mindset that “Good societies grow out of a flourishing spirit of inquiry”, the Mises Institute presents this newly formed version of Deeper Than You Think.

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PROLOGUE

I. CAUSES RUN DEEPER THAN WE SUPPOSE

II. LOOK TO THE STARS

III. WHAT SEEK YE FIRST?

IV. THE HUMAN SITUATION

V. SAYING WHAT YOU REALLY MEAN

VI. THE ROBOT EXPLOSION

VII. THE MEASURE OF GROWTH

VIII. THE MACRO MALADY

IX. WHEN WISHES BECOME RIGHTS

X. WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT A MAN?

XI. CONCERNING SELF AND OTHERS

XII. THE ORIGINS OF POWER

XIII. THE POLITICAL WAY

XIV. THE NATURAL WAY

XV. INTELLIGENT CURIOSITY

XVI. DARKNESS RECEDES AS LIGHT INCREASES

XVII. A FORMULA FOR HAPPINESS

XVIII. ECONOMICS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS

EPILOGUE

eISBN 9781610165761
UPC B00AJZHSXI
Publisher LvMI
Publication Date 2012
Page Length 151

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