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              Liberalism and the Free Society in 2021
                

              Liberalism and the Free Society in 2021 (Hardback)

              By Lips, Brad; Edited by Conyers, Lisa; Designed by Cummings, Colleen J.

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              In 2021, the world is emerging from an extraordinary health crisis. It now confronts an extraordinary freedom crisis. Brad Lips's Liberalism and the Free Society 2021 takes a sober look at how institutions of liberal democracy are now tested - in the U.S. and worldwide - by lockd...owns, cronyism, cancel culture, and more. Exploring trends from the Global Index of Economic Mentality and drawing insights from an international network of experts and activists, Liberalism and the Free Society 2021 offers readers a deeper understanding of the fragility of freedom's future. Importantly, the book also shares reasons for hope as well as a path forward for building a larger coalition around the timeless values that sustain free societies.
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              Peace, Love & Liberty
                

              Peace, Love & Liberty (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Palmer, Tom; Designed by Cummings, Colleen

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              There is no such thing as being undecided about war. It's a binary choice. If you're not for it, you have to be against it. The essays in this book offer evidence and arguments for peace. The writers advance peace not merely as a moral ideal but as an eminently practical objectiv...e. Too often peace activists have thought it sufficient merely to call for peace and to denounce war, without investigating the economic, social, political, and psychological conditions of peace. They may oppose this or that war, without considering what causes wars-for example, fallacies about clashes of civilizations, economic conflict, protectionism, and the zero-sum worldview-and then addressing those causes. Peace is not an impractical fantasy, nor is it something for which one must sacrifice prosperity or progress or freedom. In fact, peace, freedom, prosperity, and progress go hand in hand. The essays in this book appeal to the mind. They are anchored in sound history, economic reality, empirical psychology, political science, and hard-headed logic, as well as art and the aesthetic imagination. If the heart is to be engaged on behalf of peace, it should be engaged through the mind.
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              ISBN 9781732587359
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              The Economics of Freedom
                

              The Economics of Freedom (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              Edited by Palmer, Tom G.; Designed by Cummings, Colleen

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              Students For Liberty and the Atlas Economic Research Foundation have published a new book, The Economics of Freedom: What Your Professors Won't Tell You. It features a feature a collection of Bastiat's best essays including such classics as What is Seen and What is Not Seen and A... Petition , along with contemporary essays by Nobel Laureate F.A. Hayek and Atlas Foundation Vice President Tom G. Palmer.
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              ISBN 9781737723059
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              Capitalism: Antidote to Poverty
                

              Capitalism: Antidote to Poverty (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Marty, Antonella

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              Two hundred years ago, 90% of human beings lived in conditions we now classify as extreme poverty. Since the emergence of capitalism, this figure has plummeted from 90% to 9%. This fact should be celebrated and studied more than it is. When curious minds grapple with the question..., how has prosperity replaced poverty in so many places?, they discover the miracles of free enterprise-eloquently described in Antonella Marty's important new book-including how the profit motive fosters cooperation and innovation, all to satisfy human wants and needs.
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              ISBN 9781732587335
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              The Morality of Capitalism
                

              The Morality of Capitalism (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              Edited by Palmer, Tom G.; Designed by Cummings, Colleen

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              The second in the What Your Professors Won't Tell You series of essays on political economy, this collection features Nobel Prize winners Mario Vargas Llosa and Vernon Smith, Whole Foods Market CEO and founder John Mackey, noted Chinese economist Mao Yushi, economic historian Dei...rdre McCloskey, Russian political scientist Leonid Nikonov, and other scholars from across the globe. This book series is a project of Students for Liberty and Atlas Network and offers fresh perspectives on perennial questions: Are profits moral? Is there a trade-off between competition and cooperation? Is there a just distribution of wealth? and more. Each essay offers readers the opportunity to see a side of the debate on economic morality that is rarely acknowledged even to exist-and then to make up their own minds.
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