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The Philosophy of Ownership

BooksJanuary 1, 1966
LeFevre presents the entire libertarian case for private ownership, with his characteristic clarity of exposition.

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The Roots of Capitalism

BooksDecember 16, 1965
Capitalism is a system that can stand on its own attainments, writes John Chamberlain, and he offers here a fast-paced, provocative look at the intellectual forces and practical accomplishments that have created American capitalism.

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International Trade and the National Income Multiplier

BooksNovember 8, 1965
The Aims of this Book are threefold. One of the objectives is to reconsider those parts of the theories of international trade and capital movements which can be profitably analyzed with the technique of the money-income multiplier. Furthermore, an attempt is made to develop the multiplier...

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The Theory of Political Economy

BooksOctober 13, 1965
The science of Political Economy rests upon a few notions of an apparently simple character. Utility, wealth, value, commodity, labour, land, capital, are the elements of the subject; and whoever has a thorough comprehension of their nature must possess or be soon able to acquire a knowledge of the...

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An Enquiry into the Nature and Effects of the Paper Credit of Great Britain

BooksSeptember 17, 1965
In this book, which was recovered after being lost for over 100 years, Henry Thornton defends the Bank of England's influence on paper money...

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The Free Market and Its Enemy

BooksJuly 15, 1965
Read explores "the miraculous workings of tiny creativities , the ultimate constituents of the free market..."...

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The Economics of Alfred Marshall

BooksJune 7, 1965
The posthumous last edition of Alfred Marshall's Principles of Economics appeared in 1920 — his final presentation of a course of thought of which successive editions during four decades had recorded the widening and deepening process...

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Education and the State

BooksJune 1, 1965
Can education be provided entirely by private markets? In some ways, it is a preposterous question, as this seminal important book shows.

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The Foundations of Morality

BooksOctober 4, 1964
Here is Hazlitt grounds a policy of private property and free markets in an ethic of classical utilitarianism — understood in the way Mises understood that term...

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Anything That's Peaceful: The Case for the Free Market

BooksSeptember 15, 1964
Leonard Read was a great spokesman for liberty, and an excellent teacher. It includes the essay later called "I, Pencil," which is a masterful description of the workings of the division of labor...

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