The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) is an American nonprofit educational organization dedicated to the "economic, ethical and legal principles of a free society," FEE publishes the magazine The Freeman, books, hosts week-long seminars, and individual lectures.
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Excerpted from Hazlitt's remarks at the Leonard E. Read Memorial Conference on Freedom, November 1983
Staff and Associates
Lengthy biographical essay, covering those who influenced Bastiat as well as those influenced by him, his writings (including correspondence with his friend Félix Coudroy), his roles in the French Constituent and Legistative Assemblies and his legacy
Autobiographical summary of the events in LeFevre's life that led to the founding of the Freedom School
Biographical essay covering Joan Kennedy Taylor's varied career
Lengthy biographical essay on Mises, including details on Menger and Böhm-Bawerk
by John T. Flynn, Foundation for Economic Education, 1995
Partial contents: Whose Child is the NRA - The Case Against Deficit Spending - The Hand in Your Pocket - The War Boom Begins - Militarism: The New Slavery for America - Coming: A Totalitarian America - Eggheads through History - Two Rackets of the UN
- ISBN 1572460156: Paperback, Foundation for Econ Education, 1st edition, 1995
Partial contents: The Nature of Liberty - Forms of Liberty - Liberty and Charity - Government in a Liberal Society - Democracy and Liberty - Liberty and Peace - A Measure of Liberty - The Extent of Lost Liberty - Special Privilege - Recovering Liberty
- ISBN 0910614954: Paperback, Foundation for Econ Education, 2nd edition, 1993
by Ludwig von Mises, Richard M. Ebeling (Introduction), Foundation for Economic Education, 2004
Based on lectures delivered in 1951; partial contents: Economics and Its Opponents - Pseudo-science and Historical Understanding - Acting Man and Economics - Marxism, Socialism, and Pseudo-science - Capitalism and Human Progress - Money and Inflation
- ISBN 1572462086: Paperback, Foundation for Econ Education, 2004
Translated by Dean Russell. Partial list of headings (added by translator): Life is a Gift from God - What is Law? - A Just and Enduring Government - The Complete Perversion of the Law - A Fatal Tendency of Mankind - Property and Plunder
- ISBN 9562910113: Audio CD, bnpublishing.com, 2005
- ISBN 1572460741: Hardcover, Foundation for Econ Education, 2nd edition, 1998
- Kindle Book available at Amazon
- ISBN 1419168878: Paperback, Kessinger Publishing, 2004
- ISBN 1572460733: Paperback, Foundation for Econ Education, 2nd edition, 1998
- ISBN 1599869756: Paperback, Filiquarian Publishing, 2006
by Daniel B. Klein, Foundation for Economic Education, 1998
Contents: Go Ahead and Let Him Try: A Plea for Economic Laissez-Faire - Liberty, Dignity, and Responsibility: The Moral Triad of a Good Society - If Government is So Villainous How Come Government Officials Don't Seem Like Villains?
- ISBN 1572461004: Paperback, Foundation for Econ Education, 1998
The Cost of the War on Drugs, 17 Jun 2011
Presents facts about the costs, economic and human, of the war on drugs, 40 years after Pres. Nixon declared having "turned the corner on drug addiction" in the U.S.
Larry Reed Shares Why He Fights for Liberty & the Future Direction of FEE, by Pete Eyre, The Motorhome Diaries, 22 Jul 2009
Larry discusses how he became involved in the liberty movement, and the history, role and future of FEE
Leonard Liggio on the Rise of the Modern American Libertarian Movement, by Leonard P. Liggio, 9 Mar 1995
Talk given at Vienna Coffee Club (Future of Freedom Foundation). Liggio starts off with the New Deal and covers many events and individuals both at the core and the periphery of the modern libertarian movement
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