Economics in One Lesson: The Shortest & Surest Way to Understand Basic Economics

Economics in One Lesson

Authors: Henry Hazlitt,

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In Economics in One Lesson leading economic thinker, Henry Hazlitt, foresaw the collapse of the global economy 50 years before it took place. His theories and non-governmental economic strategies have proven to be of undying value to experts in the economic field. If you want to study the global market, this book gives you a strong overview.

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