Henry Hazlitt archive available

Three of the world’s leading centres of liberty – the Foundation for Economic Education, Liberty Fund and the Universidad Francisco Marroquin, have joined forces to make available the Complete Henry Hazlitt Archive. This is over 17,000 documents including articles, personal correspondance, and subject files. Although a journalist, Hazlitt made important contributions to our understanding of economics, with some particularly effective responses to Keynesian economics. He’s a constant reminder that readibility does not imply simplicity, and that good economic ideas can be communicated to the masses. I, for one, am looking forward to mining this new resource.

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