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Pillars of Prosperity: Free Markets, Honest Money, Private Property

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Pillars of Prosperity: Free Markets, Honest Money, Private Property
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Publisher: Mises Institute
ISBN/ASIN: 1933550244
ISBN-13: 9781933550244
Number of pages: 496

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This economic manifesto by Ron Paul collects his greatest speeches and debates over the last 30 years, and provides documentary evidence that he is not only a master of the topic; he has provided a coherent explanation of nearly everything the government has done wrong in this area since he first entered public office. He also provides a way out, as implied by the subtitle: free market, honest money, and private property.

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