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Deeper Than You Think

January 11, 2013
Leonard Read implores that “Truth is not to be found in coercive arrangements.”...

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Thinking as a Science

March 5, 2008
It's incredible that Hazlitt's 1916 tutorial on how to think would still hold up after all these years...

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The Book History Conspired to Bury

August 4, 2006
If you are reading the book for the first time, and do not yet have the patience for detailed methodological argument, you can begin on page 200, while saving the material you skipped for the end. This is a profitable approach for many people.

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While You Slept

August 16, 2007
The amazing step-by-step, person-by-person story of how the American left wing took over our most influential media — radio, movies, magazines and books — and persuaded our leaders to support the Communist Plan to turn China and Korea over to the Soviets...

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Secrets About Money That Put You at Risk

February 1, 2010
The Basic Things About Money and Wealth You Must Know And Probably Do Not Why is Money… (a) the thing that most of us worry about the most, and (b) the thing that you understand and were educated in school about the least? Why do otherwise educated people tragically say: "I really do...

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Macro-Economic Thinking and the Market Economy

December 7, 2007
Lachmann evaluates some of the more sophisticated ideas criticizing the market economy.

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The Theory of Prices: A Re-Examination of the Central Problems of Monetary Theory, Vol. I

September 3, 2009
There can be little doubt, however, that a principal reason why something less than the maximum use is made of tools lying ready to our hand is that many of those who should be using them refrain from doing so only because they are not aware of the fact that the nature of these tools has been...

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Outlook for Freedom

June 21, 2013
This professionally prepared ebook is an electronic edition of the book that is designed for reading on digital readers like Nook, Kindle, iPad, Sony Reader, and other products including iPhone and Android smart phones. The text reflows depending on your font preferences and it contains links from...

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What You Should Know About Inflation

April 4, 2007
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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Accent On The Right

January 11, 2013
In this work dedicated to the memory of Frédéric Bastiat (1801-1850), Leonard E. Read explores an array of themes such as the sources of human progress, the political consequences of not thinking for one’s self, and finding what is right and wrong...

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The Theory of Prices: A Re-Examination of the Central Problems of Monetary Theory, Vol. II

September 3, 2009
From the author: In the first volume of this work, I set myself the task of welding into a single, unified organon the disparate, and often apparently contradictory, analytical approaches to certain "central problems of monetary theory." In the present volume, I have set myself the task...

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Less than Zero: The Case for a Falling Price Level in a Growing Economy

March 16, 2010
Zero inflation's full benefits will not be grasped unless we recognize it as a stepping-stone towards something even better...

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Government Spending on "Innovation": The True Cost Is Higher Than You Think

June 15, 2015
Many claim that great advances in technology come primarily through government spending on research. In fact, government tech spending crowds out other innovations while favoring certain interest groups at everyone else's expense...

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Where Lies This Fault?

June 21, 2013
This professionally prepared ebook is an electronic edition of the book that is designed for reading on digital readers like Nook, Kindle, iPad, Sony Reader, and other products including iPhone and Android smart phones. The text reflows depending on your font preferences and it contains links from...

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Comes The Dawn

January 11, 2013
Leonard Read restates the case for liberty, and exposes what he called "authoritarian fallacies...

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Castles in the Air

March 23, 2009
In Castles in the Air , Leonard Read addresses topics such as social order, the tendency for individuals to thrive and create in a free environment, entrepreneurship, and many others.

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I, Pencil

August 31, 2010
First published in the December 1958 issue of the Freeman , "I, Pencil: My Family Tree as Told to Leonard E. Read" is written in the first person from the point of view of an Eberhard Faber pencil...

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The Essential Rothbard

March 2, 2007
Here is the book for the Age of Rothbard, precisely the primer that is needed at a time when his influence—as the most radical and compelling intellectual force in the second half of the 20th century—is higher than during any time during his lifetime. And so this book is a landmark in...

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How Do We Know

January 11, 2013
Leonard Read writes, "Everyone who pursues an improved understanding of how freedom works its wonders makes a contribution to a higher-grade civilization. More people than now must make freedom their lifelong study."...

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Introduction to Robert LeFevre's The Nature of Man and His Government

November 17, 2005
Introduction to Robert LeFevre's The Nature of Man and His Government , by Rose Wilder Lane This little book is important because it is revolutionary thinking. To appreciate its value correctly, we should remember the World Revolution's career so far. Not two centuries ago, refugees and...

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