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The Regulated Consumer

BooksJune 15, 1971
Peterson discusses whether and to what extent product, safety, labor, communications, and other regulation helps or hinders the interest of the consumer.

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Revisionist Viewpoints: Essays in a Dissident Historical Tradition

BooksMay 27, 1971
From the publisher: Several of the essays gathered together in this volume received worldwide circulation, despite having been published originally in journals of extremely limited circulation. They drew a wide variety of complimentary comments from figures of some importance. Characteristic of the...

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Talking To Myself

BooksOctober 15, 1970
It is difficult enough for oneself to emerge as a better person; impossible to force such change in another.

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The Market for Liberty

BooksOctober 5, 1970
This book is very radical in the true sense of that term: it gets to the root of the problem of government and provides a rethinking of the whole organization of society.

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The Place of Religion in the Liberal Philosophy of Constant, Tocqueville, and Lord Acton

BooksSeptember 15, 1970
Were the liberals of the 18th and 19th century truly foreshadowing the hippies of the 1960s, and thereby in need of the correcting force of conservatism to add piety and an appreciation of tradition to their love of freedom?

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Power and Market: Government and the Economy

BooksJuly 20, 1970
What can government do to enhance social and economic well being? Nothing, says Murray N. Rothbard. Power and Market is the ultimate manual for completely de-mystifying the myth of the state.

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Man vs. The Welfare State

BooksJune 15, 1970
Hazlitt explains why politicians who promise salvation through government are dangerous.

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Men Against the State: The Expositers of Individualist Anarchism in America, 1827-1908

BooksJune 13, 1970
The names are tragically lost to history: Benjamin Tucker, Josiah Warren, Lysander Spooner, J.K. Ingalls, among many others. They were thinkers and activists, not mere protesters or political dissidents. They had a positive agenda centered on the confidence that whatever kind of world would emerge...

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The Legacy of Max Weber

BooksJanuary 1, 1970
Here is Lachman's study of the methodological and political legacy of Max Weber, who himself influenced Mises's own methodological perspective...

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Let Freedom Reign

BooksOctober 11, 1969
Leonard E. Read discusses the importance of freedom as a foundation for finding the answers to the problems induced by central planning.

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