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  • The Life and Writings Bundle

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    These classic texts from Smith, Hume, and Washington offer us a new lens into philosophical life. Though contemporaries, these three greats are rarely examined together. These six distinctive volumes provide a humanistic glimpse of three unique lives and perspectives, all engaging with important questions about humans as moral, political, and economic beings. Readers who are interested in the Scottish Enlightenment,…

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  • The Taxes Bundle

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    As April 18 approaches, temper your dread of the IRS with a theoretical exploration of government and taxes. Renowned 20th-century American economist James M. Buchanan, 19th-century British parliamentarian David Ricardo, and Ludwig von Mises consider questions of monetary policy, public debt, and political economy. This 5-book bundle is available now for an affordable price—no matter your tax bracket.

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  • Summer 2023 Bundle

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    Embark on a literary journey this summer with Liberty Fund’s captivating summer reading list! Travel the ocean with Grotius’s Law of Prize and Booty; enjoy the buzzing of the bees in your garden with Mandeville’s Fable of the Bees, and get shipwrecked on Neville’s Isle of Pines. Tocqueville’s Voyages can come along on all your summer travels, and Leisure: the

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  • The Founding Fathers Bundle

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    This Independence Day, delve into Liberty Fund’s specially-curated Founding Fathers book bundle, a collection of insightful works that allow readers to view colonial America through the Founders’ eyes. Explore the ideas that shaped our framework for government, sovereignty, and individual liberty with the revolutionary writings of Alexander Hamilton and John Adams. Gain insight on the lively debates over the role…

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  • The Guns of August Bundle

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    Our Guns of August bundle features some of the leading thinkers of the 20th century writing about how the World Wars changed Western civilization and how war and intervention has shaped our society. Robert Nisbet argues that the role of the United States changed forever following World War I, and any concept of nation must include this historical development. Ludwig…

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  • “Are Economists Basically Immoral?” And Other Essays on Economics, Ethics, and Religion by Paul Heyne

    by Paul Heyne

    A well-trained theologian, a gifted and dedicated teacher of economics for over forty years, and the author of a highly regarded and widely-used textbook, The Economic Way of Thinking, Paul Heyne influenced generations of students of economics. Many of the essays in this volume are published here for the first time. The editors have divided Heyne’s essays thematically to cover…

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  • Law

    The “Higher Law” Background of American Constitutional Law

    by Edward S. Corwin

    Having written extensively on various aspects of the American constitutional order, Edward S. Corwin is considered a leading constitutional scholar of the twentieth century. Alpheus Mason described Corwin’s writings as “sources of learning and understanding—hallmarks to emulate and revere.” The “Higher Law” Background of American Constitutional Law is of unique value in connecting the Western European experience—from the classical world,…

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  • “The Law,” “The State,” and Other Political Writings, 1843–1850

    by Frédéric Bastiat

    “The Law,” “The State,” and Other Political Writings, 1843–1850, collects nineteen of Bastiat’s “pamphlets,” or articles, ranging from the theory of value and rent, public choice and collective action, government intervention and regulation, the balance of trade, education, and trade unions to price controls, capital and growth, and taxation. Many of these are topics still relevant and debated today. In…

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  • An Account of Denmark

    by Robert Molesworth

    The Liberty Fund edition of An Account of Denmark is the first modern edition of Molesworth’s writings. This volume presents not only An Account, but also his translation of Francogallia and Some Considerations for the Promoting of Agriculture and Employing the Poor. These texts encompass Molesworth’s major political statements on liberty as well as his important and understudied recommendations for…

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  • Adam Smith

    by E. G. West

    Adam Smith, author of The Wealth of Nations, was no dry pedant. His lectures and writings are alive with examples taken from the busy eighteenth-century world around him, and Edmund Burke praised his literary style as “rather painting than writing.” It was Adam Smith who taught moral philosophy and literary criticism to Boswell at the University of Glasgow, and in…

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  • Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations (DVD)

    by Liberty Fund

    In 1776, Adam Smith, the great Scottish economist and moral philosopher, published his classic work, An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. This DVD is an introduction to modern economics and the importance of free markets. The DVD is narrated by Dr. Benjamin A. Rogge of Wabash College and was prepared with the advice of…

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