Economics In One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt

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Economics In One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt

Economics In One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt is a classic first published in 1946 and continues to be a top selling classic on economics. Henry Hazlitt was a libertarian thinker and top economic think of the Austrian School Of Economics. His book is well written, short, easy to read,and yet very informative. He attacks the persistent fallacies in economics that continue to undermine economies today. Many of these fallacies are still promoted by those with big government agendas even history shows they don’t work. Through ignorance and lack of historical knowledge people are drawn into them and so willing to go down such disastrous roads over and over again. Will they ever learn?  Well this book would be a great start for the economic illiterates so prevalent today.  So as usual Hit The Books, They Don’t Hit Back!

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