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Henry Hazlitt T-Shirt Gold

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The One Lesson is even printed on the back.
Price: $14.00
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Henry Hazlitt is the author of the book Economics in One Lesson. This T-shirt celebrates his book and overall contribution to economics. After all, this man might have taught more people the fundamentals of economic thinking than anyone else in a half century.

This special edition T-shirt in gold (Hazlitt favored the gold standard) includes printing on the reverse side, with the One Lesson that Hazlitt taught: "The art of economics consists in looking not merely at the immediate but at the longer effects of any act or policy; it consists in tracing the consequences of that policy not merely for one group but for all groups."

No one can miss it! How pleased Hazlitt would have been with this shirt.

All shirts are 100% cotton pre-shrunk. Chest sizes are:

  • 34"-36" - Small
  • 38"-40" - Medium
  • 42"-44" - Large
  • 46"-48" - XL
  • 50"-52" - XXL

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