Human Action A Treatise on Economics Free The Marvelous Book FB2

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Human Action: A Treatise on Economics
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Original EBook Title: Human Action A 50-Year Tribute More Info: Paperback, 906 pages
Published First Time: January 9th 2008 by Laissez Faire Books (first published 1949) Language of Ebook: English
Book Tags: Economics, Philosophy, Non Fiction, Politics, Classics, History, Business, Psychology, Science, Sociology Book Stars: 4.30 of 5 stars

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Fifty years ago, Ludwig von Mises shocked the economics
profession and elite opinion with a massive, revolutionary treatise on
economics, the culmination of his life's work. It was (and remains) the most
comprehensive, systematic, forthright, and powerful defense of the economics
of liberty ever written.
This Scholar's Edition is the original, unaltered treatise that shaped a
gFifty years ago, Ludwig von Mises shocked the economics
profession and elite opinion with a massive, revolutionary treatise on
economics, the culmination of his life's work. It was (and remains) the most
comprehensive, systematic, forthright, and powerful defense of the economics
of liberty ever written.
This Scholar's Edition is the original, unaltered treatise that shaped a
generation of Austrians and made possible the intellectual movement that is
leading the global charge for free markets. Made available for the first
time in decades, exclusively through the Ludwig von Mises Institute, this
edition is superior to the others (one later edition was thoroughly botched,
while another introduces ambiguities and diversions).
Using extraordinary materials and the best of modern technology, combined
with ancient standards of craftsmanship in the tradition of Oxford
University's Clarendon Press, this magnificent work is produced for the
ages. It includes the 1954 index prepared under Mises's supervision, and is
protected by a strong slipcase from the famous Old Dominion company.
All told, The Scholar's Edition looks exactly like the classic work it is,
ready for a lifetime (or two) of use. The index, first produced in 1953 as a
separate publication, is the most complete ever published and is united here
with the orginal edition for the first time. The introduction, by
Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Jeffrey Herbener, and Joseph Salerno-based on newly
discovered archives-tells of the tragic and glorious history of this seminal
work, and of its bright future as the manifesto of liberty.
Human Action: The Scholar's Edition is the foundation of every library of
freedom.

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