Happy Sunday, Liberty Lovers!
Happy New Year! We’ve officially survived one more year of big government tyranny. Yay us?
The New Year is a time for reflection and resolutions! My New Year’s Resolution in 2019 was to read more liberty books. I ended up reading 12 books total, starting with Human Action by Ludwig von Mises and ending with Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt.
Don’t worry, my reading journey doesn’t end there! It’ll continue in 2020, so stay tuned for more reviews 🙂
Economics can be a very boring topic and one that is difficult to grasp. That’s probably why so many politicians are incredibly misinformed on the subject. Economics in One Lesson is a breath of fresh liberty air. It’s great for anyone who wants to get their feet wet in the world of Austrian economics or for someone who just wants a refresher.
Just remember, education starts with YOU.
Get a copy of Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt here.
Here is a free PDF of Economics in One Lesson from the Foundation for Economic Education: https://fee.org/media/14946/economicsinonelesson.pdf
Get a copy of Human Action by Ludwig von Mises here.