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Human Action

 Author: Ludwig von Mises  Category: Liberty.me Books  Published: 1949  File Size: 53.1 MB  Download
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Human Action is the most important book on political economy you will ever own.

This treatise is the result of a life-long devotion to truth and the pursuit of the essential foundations of economic science.

Ludwig von Mises wrote Human Action in an attempt to prevent society from falling into economic ruin. To do so, he demonstrates that the only route to prosperity is to rely on the free market. Mises’ brilliant insight is that the market is not a place or a machine. Instead, it is a unifying process based on subjective value and purposeful action. It is necessary for social cooperation and enables every individual to choose the best way improve their lives.

In this work, Mises proves the whole of economic principles can be deduced from one undeniable fact; all humans act purposfully. Because of this, Human Action is the most comprehensive and powerful defense of the economics of liberty ever written.


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