What Everyone Should Know About Economics and Prosperity

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26 May ’02

This translation of the James Madison Institute’s book helps those who don’t understand the sources of economic prosperity to better understand what types of economic arrangements work and why some nations prosper while others stagnate or even regress.

“If you are looking for a lean and clean book on economics—a basic primer for keeping clear the main ideas—this may be the best you’ll find.

It sticks to the basics, and explains them with common sense and in plain English.

It will leave you wishing that everyone really did know at least these basics.”
Michael Novak
American Enterprise Institute

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