In 1954, after a lifetime of serious theoretical work in economic science, Mises turned his attention to one of the great puzzles of all time: discovering why the intellectuals hate capitalism.
Murray Rothbard writes the introduction to the reprint of this 1952 gem. It is by V. Orval Watts, one of the leading anti-Keynesians of his time.
Wilhelm Roepke was schooled in the tradition of the Austrians and made enormous contributions to the study of political institutions.
What is it about today's school system that so many find unsatisfactory?
E. T. Jaynes died April 30, 1998. Before his death he asked me to nish and publish his book on probability theory.
Walter Block has been writing on the economics of discrimination - and in defense of discrimination, rightly understood - for more than 30 years.
Here is Hazlitt's major philosophical work, in which he grounds a policy of private property and free markets in an ethic of classical utilitarianism, understood in the way Mises understood that te
The state makes a mess of everything it touches, argues Jeffrey Tucker in Bourbon for Breakfast. Perhaps the biggest mess it makes is in our minds.
Preface: I FIRST BEGAN to learn about economics in college and from reading and studying the topic subsequently on my own.
With new forewords by Roger Lea MacBride and Hans F. Sennholz