A Selection of Classic Books On Economics:
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§ Capital (1867-94) by Marx. (London: Dent, Everyman's Lib., 1934.)
"When a society has discovered the natural law that determines its own movement, even then it can neither overleap the natural phases of its evolution, nor shuffle them out of the world by a stroke of the pen. But this much it can do: it can shorten and lessen the birth-pangs."
§ Capitalism and the Historians (1944) by Friedrich A. Hayek (University of Chicago Press, 1963).
§ Communist Manifesto (1848) by Marx and Friedrich Engels.
§ Economic Harmonies by Frédéric Bastiat (Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y.: The Foundation for Economic Education, 1979).
§ Economic Sophisms by Frédéric Bastiat (Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y.: The Foundation for Economic Education, 1991).
§ Economic Thinking (The Trend of) by Friedrich A. Hayek, Hayek's Essays, 1929-76, Bartley/Kresge, eds.; (London: Routledge, Vol. III in a series, 1991) pp. 388.
§ Economics in One Lesson (1942) by Henry Hazlitt.
§ An Economic History of England: The 18th Century (1955) (London: Methuen, 1969) by T.S. Ashton, a professor of the London School of Economics.
§ Contra Keynes and Cambridge: Essays, Correspondence by Friedrich A. Hayek, Bruce Caldwell, ed., (University of Chicago Press, Vol. IX in a Series, 1995) pp. 269.
§ Liberalism, The Fortunes of ..., Essays on Austrian Economics and the Ideal of Freedom by Friedrich A. Hayek, Prof. Peter G. Klein, ed.; (London: Routledge, Vol. IV in a Series, 1990); pp. xii,279.
§ Poverty (The) of Historicism (1957) by Sir Karl Popper.
"The fundamental thesis of this book [is that] the belief in historical destiny is sheer superstition, and that there can be no prediction of the course of human history by scientific or any other rational method ... [it is dedicated to] the memory of the countless men and women of all creeds or nations or races who fell victims to the fascist and communist belief in Inexorable Laws of Historical Destiny.") (Routledge, 1969) x,165 pp.; SC.
§ Wealth (The) of Nations (1776) by Adam Smith.