This book is designed for students and lay people who want to understand the concept of liberty.
This text provides an excellent summary of the ideas of Adam Smith, placing him in context as a social philosopher who understood the moral position of
Man in a free world.
This book uses simple, clear language to explain basic principles about different types of economic arrangements, and why some nations prosper while others stagnate or even regress
A primer on economics which analyses common and widespread fallacies which are used as a justification for government intervention.
This is an introductory text for those who would like to understand the indispensible principles and foundations on which a free society must be based.
Designed for people who would like to understand more about economics and politics and generally become better informed citizens.
Aslam Effendi explains why freedom, or its absence, lies at the root of all problems and all wars.
Not a single person in the world knows all the processes required to make a pencil and yet voluntary exchange enables hundreds of people to cooperate together in their production without any central direction.
An easy to read explanation of how the spread of the free market economy has bought about the swiftest reduction of hunger and poverty in human history.
This modern fable explains the principles of a market economy in a simple manner and illustrates how unlimited government generates misery and poverty.
Are profits earned at the expense of someone else?
This brief text provides a superb outline description of the institutions that help create a free society and the underlying principles of t
A satirical essay mocking the arguments of those who petition government to protect their products from competing imports.
Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations is one of the world’s most important books doing for economics what Newton did for physics and Darwin did for biology.
An explanation of the unforeseen consequences of government action.