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What better way to begin such a collection than with a volume containing the thoughts of one of America’s most influential advocates for liberty. As Friedman put it, “Freedom is a rare and delicate plant. Our minds tell us, and history confirms, that the great threat to freedom is the concentration of power.” And so this classic moved generations of Americans to an understanding of the importance of government restraint over economic affairs.
Friedman was America’s philosopher of freedom. He was awarded a Nobel Prize in Economics in 1976, coincidentally on America’s bicentennial. He was also awarded a Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Reagan. Now you can take this opportunity to begin the study of liberty with this great work.
The books in the CLASSICS OF LIBERTY LIBRARY defined traditional American thought and are the foundations of American freedom. They encompass original works of the founding fathers and commentaries exemplifying liberty. Develop your understanding of the philosophical and historical basis of liberty in order to enable you to transmit the American way of life we enjoy to posterity.
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