The Adam Smith Institute: A Beginner’s Guide to Liberty

Via The Adam Smith Institute, A Beginner’s Guide to Liberty is now available, edited by Cobden Centre Senior Fellow Dr. Richard Wellings with contributions from our Founding Fellow Dr. Anthony J. Evans and Advisory Board member Prof. Peter J. Boettke. Introducing the book, Adam Smith Institute Executive Director and Cobden Centre Senior Fellow Tom Clougherty writes:

Our latest publication – A Beginner’s Guide to Liberty, edited by Richard Wellings – is now available to buy and download from the publications section. This is a project I’m very proud of. It’s a short book, only about 100 paperback pages in total, but it provides an extremely good introduction to some of the most important ideas in political and economic theory. The guide consists of the following ten chapters, all of which are jargon-free and written in clear, simple language:

Chapter 9, Banking, Inflation and Recessions is by Anthony Evans: it is an excellent short introduction to the Austrian-School perspective on this subject.

Read more here; download or buy here.

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