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Frederic Bastiat, who was born two hundred years ago, was a leader of the French laissez-faire tradition in the first half of the nineteenth century. He was influenced by Cobden's Anti-Corn Law League and became a convinced free trader. Joseph Schumpeter described Bastiat as "the most brilliant economic journalist who ever lived." --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Fantastic book for anyone willing to expand their political views.Published 15 days ago by Eric De Amorim
Everyone should read this.
I don't know much about law, but I found this book straight and to the point. A very intelligent book written well with sound arguments.
Very clear, concise book on freedom and liberty.
A must read for anyone interested in law, public policy and basic human rights.
I ordered the lowest priced edition, thinking that the low cost would be a result of the cheaper materials used in production. Read morePublished on Oct. 26 2013 by ila rae sharpe
Excellent! A view of Law as it should be, written in 1850. This book could, in large part, have been written recently. Read morePublished on Jan. 5 2012 by fanrep
This book is probably on the shelf of every Libertarian you'll every meet and is, for it's small size, a damning indictment of big government and the very real decay it produces in... Read morePublished on Dec 23 2010 by Andrew Phillips