Economics in One Lesson
by Henry Hazlitt
Publisher: Pocket Books 1952
Number of pages: 198
This book is an analysis of economic fallacies that are at last so prevalent that they have almost become a new orthodoxy. The one thing that has prevented this has been their own self-contradictions, which have scattered those who accept the same premises into a hundred different "schools," for the simple reason that it is impossible in matters touching practical life to be consistently wrong.
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