Economics & Education


A Banker's Confession: A Christian Guide to Debt Free Living
In this newly revised edition, Gary presents the principles of debt free living in Christian perspective. The book describes how, with just a dollar a day, the average homeowner can SAVE almost $45,000.00 in interest payments to the bank!!! By Gary Sanseri

$15.00


A Banker's Confession *ANSWER KEY TO STUDY QUESTIONS**
You can purchase a printed copy or download a free copy in PDF format with this link. • "A Banker's Confession" Answer Key

$3.00


The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics
Edited by David Henderson. A collection of 168 articles that clearly discuss topics of interest and relevance to people's daily lives. Each contributor makes a well-reasoned, understandable presentation of even the most complex economic information. "The goal [of the book] is to communicate just how much economic analysis can teach us about the important issues we face as voters, as consumers, as employees, and as people who care about the world. As such, the encyclopedia gives a comprehensive yet readable and engaging survey of mainstream economic thought." Big [8.5 X 11] paperback. High School and up.

$34.00


Socialism
by Ludwig von Mises. Mises refutes nearly every brand of Socialism. The author was a staunch defender of limited government, liberty and private property.

$15.00


Liberalism: The Classical Tradition
by Ludwig von Mises. The author's study of liberalism is rooted in the classical tradition which meant, "the liberal or free doctrine of the harmony of the rightly understood interests of all members of free society founded on the principle of private ownership of the means of production." Paperback.

$15.00


Human Action
by Ludwig von Mises. The author's magnum opus articulating the Austrian School of Economic thought. Huge Paperback.

Orig.: $25.00
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Economic Freedom and Interventionism
Contains forty-seven articles by Ludwig von Mises. Valuable reading for students of economic freedom and the science of human action. Paperback.

$15.00


Bureaucracy
by Ludwig von Mises. In this book Mises contrasts market management driven by entrepreneurs (business owners) seeking to earn profits and avoid losses with bureaucratic management according to government-prescribed rules and regulations. Discover why the market economy and not the government "gives everybody unlimited opportunity." Paperback. High School and up.

$12.00


Interventionism
by Ludwig von Mises. Mises analyzes the problems of government interference in business from the Austrian School of Economics' perspective. Written in 1940, Mises criticizes the pre-World War II democratic governments for favoring socialism and interventionism over capitalist methods of production. Very useful for today as the world experiences much big government intervention around the world. Paperback.

$12.00


Mainspring of Human Progress
by Henry Grady Weaver. Perhaps the best account of the history of human freedom and progress avaiable.

$10.00


Anything That's Peaceful
by Leonard Read. An excellent collection of essays written by this highly respected advocate of liberty. Paperback.

$10.00