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A biography of a country, from the unique perspective of Garet Garrett. 413 pages!
Price: $5.00
Garet Garrett's account of why the Depression happened - providing that some people knew.
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Garet Garrett's account of why the Depression happened - providing that some people knew.
Price: $12.00
This fabulous novel covers the period between 1820 and 1870 and its dramatic technology march.
Price: $25.00
This fabulous novel covers the period between 1820 and 1870 and its dramatic technology march.
Price: $5.00
The U.S. entry into World War II is one of the issues that American political culture considers to be settled and not discussable.
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Here is a treasure in the history of the pro-capitalist novel.
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This book was written in 1922, and people in the know might detect some similarity here with Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged
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Here is a treasure in the history of the pro-capitalist novel.
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Jeff Riggenbach reads Garet Garrett's The Driver
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The book that immortalized Garet Garret, the writer whose name had been familiar to American readers in the 1920s and 1930s but who turned against the...
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Garet Garrett wrote one last, and truly spectacular, novel
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Garet Garrett wrote one last, and truly spectacular, novel
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The title comes from his great attack on the Hoover administration.
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"Ouroboros was a fabulous snake, the encircling serpent, that swallowed its own tail. It represented an infantile thought of the human mind for wis...
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The Blue Eagle on the cover was the symbol that FDR demanded that all businesses display as a sign of adherence to wage and price controls.
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This dazzling work in economic fiction is the third of Garet Garrett's novel trilogy.
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This dazzling work in economic fiction is the third of Garet Garrett's novel trilogy.
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No one, but no one, tells the story of the Ford Motor Company like Garet Garrett.
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No one, but no one, tells the story of the Ford Motor Company like Garet Garrett.
Price: $5.00