The Essential Summer Reading List
This collection of classics is the perfect addition to your summer reading list.
In I, Pencil Leonard E. Read beautifully illustrates the marvelous interconnectivity of the marketplace in this classic essay told from the viewpoint of a common pencil–an item nearly everyone uses, but no single person can make alone.
Great Myths of the Great Depression by Lawrence W. Reed traces the central role that poor government policy played in fostering this legendary catastrophe.
The Law is Frédéric Bastiat's timeless defense of the free society. With his characteristically clear writing, Bastiat lays out the formula for the proper role of the state in a free society.
Excuse Me, Professor examines the fact that there is little truly “progressive” about progressivism. True progress happens when people are free.
And FEE bestseller Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt focuses on market-based solutions, economic liberty, and the dangers of government intervention.
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