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April 10, 2005

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» DeLong on Hazlitt from Marginal Revolution
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Henry Hazlitt is excellent but purveys grievous distortions and omissions of economic thought. Collegiality is nice but there are limits.... [Read More]

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Congratulations to Brad DeLong, the king of economist bloggers, for drawing attention to Henry Hazlitt's Economics in One Lesson, if only to criticize him. One wonders if perhaps Hazlitt's book is, next to Samuelson, the biggest selling econ book of... [Read More]

» Free economics books! from New Economist
The Foundation for Economic Education offers an online edition of Henry Hazlitt's 1946 classic work, Economics in One Lesson. Hat tips to Tyler Cowen and Brad Delong, among others. Less well know, Doug Henwood's Wall Street, first published by Verso in... [Read More]

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» "Economics in One Lesson" and "Wall Street" from Tech Policy
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