Reply To: Favorite book advocating liberty and free markets?


I quite like the Friedmans’ FREE TO CHOOSE, which is an adaptation of their extremely successful TV series of the same title. I’m also a huge admirer of Charles Murray, particularly his classic LOSING GROUND and his follow-up, IN PURSUIT: OF HAPPINESS AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. In the former, he demonstrates conclusively that the Great Society was/is counterproductive, which he explains using classical economics, and in the latter, he takes his experience in the Third World as showing why some societies have been both free and prosperous while others….