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Essays on Freedom and Power

July 22, 2009
Freedom and Power collects Lord Acton's most important writings on a theme that would define his reputation for more than a century: the corruptions of power...

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

July 20, 2005
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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Planning for Freedom; and Twelve other Essays and Addresses

June 13, 2009
An enduring collection of Mises's essays, some popular and others scholarly, but always engaging and provocative.

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Property, Freedom, and Society: Essays in Honor of Hans-Hermann Hoppe

August 2, 2009
This festschrift — a volume of papers written by top specialists in honor of a major thinker — contains phenomenal contributions written in the tradition of the work of Hans-Hermann Hoppe...

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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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Two Essays

June 15, 2009
This book presents two essays by the late Röpke published in 1951 and 1957: "The Problem of Economic Order" and "Welfare, Freedom, and Inflation". The justification for republishing them lies in the fact that they are still very relevant, especially now that the prevailing drift...

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Economic Freedom and Interventionism

July 20, 2005
This volume publishes 47 of Mises's most difficult-to-find speeches, small essays, and reviews—all written for a popular audience during his American years...

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Away From Freedom

March 5, 2008
This book had a powerful impact on a generation — a kind of primer on Keynesian fallacies that still pervade the profession if not by that name...

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The Way to Will Power

February 29, 2008
Hazlitt writes on personal ethics as informed by ancient principles.

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Freedom and the Law

June 15, 2009
Here we have an outstanding analysis of the relationship between law and freedom.

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The Freedom Freeway

March 15, 2009
The freedom freeway is a multi-million-Iane politico-economic highway, along which speed goods and services, as well as intellectual, moral and spiritual ideas and ideals, to benefit all the people-smoothly and quickly.

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The Discovery of Freedom

July 10, 2007
This is Lane's non-fiction book; one that had a huge impact on American libertarian thought in the 20th century. In fact, Robert LeFevre called it "one of the most influential books of the 20th century."...

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Let Freedom Reign

January 11, 2013
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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A Foreign Policy of Freedom

December 28, 2010
There is one and only one voice in Congress for a foreign policy of freedom, and it belongs to Ron Paul, who has stood alone for freedom for many years. Ron is the seemingly impossible: a voice for reason and truth in a den of thieves.

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Freedom Under Siege

July 25, 2007
Dr. Paul provides his most extended thoughts on what it means to be a constitutionalist in the tradition of Thomas Jefferson.

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Awake For Freedom's Sake

January 11, 2013
Progression or advancement never graces anyone who succumbs to the notion that he has arrived—“has it made,” as we say...

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Why Not Try Freedom

March 12, 2009
Liberty is an outward creation of man which he has adopted for himself and whose use and enjoyment he reserves for mankind as a whole, for which he struggles and to which he dedicates consciously or unconsciously his highest efforts.

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Labor Monopolies or Freedom

June 15, 2009
Labor unions are today the sacred cows. Most writers and speakers are afraid to expose the anti-social tendencies of organized labor, for if they do so, they know they themselves will be denounced as fascists, anti-labor, labor baiters, and reactionaries.

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