Students of Liberty
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Most of us do not like to act in areas where we are confused. To do so might cause more harm than good. The question is: Is there some common fault which serves as the root of all these ills, a fault that can be defined and for which treatment can be prescribed? This tract is one man's answer — in the affirmative!
The Foundation for Economic Eduction, New York, 1950