Top 5 Libertarian Icons
I love my home country of Canada, but I'm always a bit dismayed by the low levels of economic literacy when I return home. Perhaps this is just the consequence of my teaching economics in the U.S., while I tend to mingle with people who are from the "real world" when I'm back in Canada. However, I also suspect it has to do with the sense in Canada that economics is unfashionable, in part because it might be (unfairly) associated with the U.S. So, if the closest thing to resembling an economics book on your bookshelf is "No Logo" or a still-unread tome by John Kenneth Galbraith, it's time to recognize that your Heineken years are over and its better to be informed than fashionable. The following books are readable, intelligent examples of the power of economic thought.
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