This is the biggest year in publishing by the Mises Institute in our entire history. Our open-source model has inspired authors and the staff to do some wonderful things. Donors to the Mises Institute have also enjoyed helping to make our program possible. We never imagined that we would become a full-fledged publishing house and never planned it that way, but this seems to have happened in any case.
But when you look at the list, you have to be struck by how many older books appear in here — the wisdom of the ages! This is a key advantage that the Austrian School has over others. It seeks to present fixed principles that apply in all times and all places, logical structures that explain how the world works regardless of the circumstances of time and place. This is a major difference the Austrians had with the German Historical School – probably even the defining characteristic of the Austrians- and it continues to be a reason for the School’s appeal.We are so honored to be the publisher of the only hardback of this book that Hazlitt wrote in 1946. He did it in about 10 days, and you can tell that the text has a sense of urgency. Simply put, he was fed up with the widespread ignorance of basic economic forces operating in the world, tired of politicians and editors imagining that they can favor or oppose any kind of scheme without predictable results. Here he explains the core of the fallacies that people tend toward — and he blows them up! It remains an outstanding tutorial, and probably the bestselling economics book of all time!Mises’s friends had to cobble together a real entourage to persuade Yale TO CONTINUE, CLICK HERE