Imperialism and Social Classes

Joseph Schumpeter was not a member of the Austrian School, but he was an enormously creative classical liberal, and this 1919 book shows him at his best. He presents a theory of how states become empires and applies his insight to explaining many historical episodes. His account of the foreign policy of Imperial Rome reads […]

The Bastiat Collection

In two volumes, here is The Bastiat Collection, the main corpus of his writings in English in a restored and elegant translation that includes some of the most powerful defenses of free markets ever written. This restoration project has yielded a collection to treasure. After years of hard work and preparation, we can only report that […]

Maintaining a Free Society

   Milton Friedman, the recipient of the 1976 Nobel Prize for Economic Science, was one of the most recognizable and influential proponents of liberty and markets in the 20th century. This is a clip from Friedman’s first guest appearance on The Open Mind, a public affairs interview show hosted by Richard Heffner. This tape aired […]

The God of the Machine

Review provided by Jenna at goodreads Paterson’s “The God of the Machine” was an analysis of recorded history. She defended individualism as the cradle of our moral, and political progression. Simplifying the definition of economic freedom through looking back the Western civilization where Phoenicians merchant traversed thousand years a go along the midland waterway to […]