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What You Should Know About Inflation

BooksJuly 1, 1964
Hazlitt presents the Austrian theory of money in the clearest possible terms, and contrasts it with the fallacies of government management.

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Central Planning and Neomercantilism

BooksJune 15, 1964
The idea of central planning seems, at first sight, so reasonable that it is hard to see why any intelligent person would oppose it. For one thing, it appears to be a mere extension of individual planning, which all of us practice. Every intelligent person engages in planning.

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Organization of Debt into Currency and Other Papers

BooksJune 15, 1964
Charles Holt Carroll defended sound money in a blazing series of essays appearing in the latter decades of the 19th century.

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The Economics of the Colour Bar

BooksApril 25, 1964
Who were the original and most passionate opponents of apartheid in South Africa? The classical liberals, and this book was their most important weapon against the problem of racial injustice.

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Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit

BooksJanuary 27, 1964
Knight's groundbreaking study of the role of the entrepreneur in economic life...

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Man and Nature in America

BooksJune 16, 1963
Man and nature is the basic fundamental fact of history. The relationship is mutual and necessary.

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The New Argument in Economics

BooksJune 15, 1963
There has been tremendous acceleration in the past decade in building schools, increasing teachers' salaries, building superhighways, supporting science, aiding the needy, conquering disease, clearing slums, constructing hospitals, building churches, publishing books, performances by symphony...

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What Has Government Done to Our Money?

BooksJune 15, 1963
Rothbard boils down the Austrian theory to its essentials. He shows precisely how banks create money out of thin air and how the central bank, backed by government power, allows them to get away with it.

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Economics of the Free Society

BooksMay 31, 1963
In 1939, the book was declared contraband, the offices of the publisher broken into, and all copies destroyed.

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