by Gary North
A GaryNorth.com site member asked for advice on books that introduce people to the logic of the free market economy. He wanted books on economics, which in the point of view of this website, would be books on the free market economy.
One of the tremendous advantages that we possess, and which the Keynesians do not possess, is that we can express our ideas without equations and jargon. The classic example of such a book is Henry Hazlitt’s 1946 book, Economics in One Lesson, but there have been other examples since his.
Several books were recommended by participants on the forum.
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