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Reisman's Program of Self-Education in the Economic Theory and Political Philosophy of Capitalism 2.0, on CDs, in mp3 format.


CAPITALISM:
A Treatise on Economics

by
George Reisman


The Clearest and Most Comprehensive Contemporary Defense of the Capitalist Economic System Available

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Literature and Lectures by Edith Packer, George Reisman, and Others



Noble Vision, a novel by Genevieve LaGreca


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  • Ludwig von Mises's Human Action in pdf, courtesy of Bettina Bien Greaves and Laissez-Faire Books

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Mises Others on Line Here Others on Line Elsewhere

 

Writings of Ludwig von Mises on Line
Courtesy of the von Mises Institute and the Liberty Fund*

 

Books

Human Action (on line here--in Adobe pdf format)

Socialism (on line in Adobe pdf format)
The Theory of Money and Credit
Liberalism
Theory and History
Epistemological Problems of Economics  
 The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science
Nation, State, and Economy
Essays and Collections of Essays
Middle-of-the-Road Policy Leads to Socialism
Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth
The Historical Setting of the Austrian School of Economics
Money, Method, and the Market Process
Liberty and Property
Economic Freedom and Interventionism

*Please do not be put off by the hard-to-read tables of contents of Socialism and The Theory of Money and Credit. Once you get beyond the table of contents, the text is clear.


Writings of Other Major Contributors to the Case for Capitalism

Please Note: The absence of an author or of a title does not by any means necessarily signify a negative judgment. It may merely mean that works that it would be very valuable to present are simply not yet available online. Also, please do not be put off by the hard-to-read tables of contents of books on the website of The Liberty Fund. Once you get beyond the table of contents, the text is clear.

Frederic Bastiat, The Law (on the website of McMaster University in Canada)

_____, Economic Sophisms (on the website of The Liberty Fund)

Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk, some major essays and the translation of the first German Edition of Capital and Interest, which, regrettably is much inferior to the translation of the considerably larger third German Edition published by Libertarian Press, but not available online. (On the website of McMaster University in Canada.) 

Carl Menger, "On the Origins of Money" (an essay residing on the website of McMaster University in Canada)

James Mill, Elements of Political Economy (on the website of McMaster University in Canada) 

John Stuart Mill, The Principles of Political Economy (on the website of The Liberty Fund)

_____, Essays on Some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy (on the website of McMaster University in Canada)

David Ricardo, The Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (on the website of The Liberty Fund) 

Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations (on the website of The Liberty Fund)

Philip H. Wicksteed, The Common Sense of Political Economy (on the website of The Liberty Fund)

Some Onsite Writings of Other Major Contributors to the Case for Capitalism

Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk and Friedrich von Wieser on the Determination of Price by Cost of Production (Courtesy of Libertarian Press, on this website) 

James Mill On the Overproduction and Underconsumption Fallacies (in Adobe pdf format). Edited and with an Introduction by George Reisman. This is the best 19th Century critique of the overproduction and underconsumption fallacies.

 

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