Liberalism, by Ludwig von Mises
The implications of private property and limited government for questions of immigration, tolerance, religion, and politics.
Here is Ludwig von Mises’s own inspiring vision of a free society.
In this age of confusion about the true meaning of “liberty,” there is no surer guide than this great economist’s own words. Mises makes startlingly clear the implications of private property and limited government for questions of immigration, tolerance, religion, and politics.
Warning: This book has turned many an unsuspecting reader into an evangelist for liberty. Read it at your own risk!
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Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) taught in Vienna and New York and served as a close adviser to the Foundation for Economic Education. He is considered the leading theorist of the Austrian School of the 20th century.
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