We’ve put into print a single chapter from Human Action, “The Place of Economics in Learning.” We picked it because it provides an excellent overview of the Misesian worldview concerning economics. It touches on enough points — methodologically, educationally, politically — to invite and inspire further reading. It is a good introductory piece.
We’ve bound it in what turns out to be a handsome volume, with the same style as our new cover of Human Action. It is perfect bound with a nice spine, and extremely handy. It sells for $2 with generous volume discounts, so that way you can have 20 or whatever around to give anyone who is interested.
Think of this as a tool. However, the package is so appealing that you might find yourself reading this essay many times over.
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