I’ve been around these parts too long not to know the truth.
You want to be master of the universe when it comes to economics, but Ludwig von Mises’ Human Action — which you know you should read — is much too intimidating.
So what should you read by Mises?
Beats me. I always thought his introductory texts were too introductory. So where’s that perfect middle?
Answer: The Mises Reader, edited by my friend Shawn Ritenour.
And you can read it for free.
Here’s Mises in his own words, covering topics arranged just right, and at just the level the intelligent layman needs.
This is the master explaining exactly how the market economy works, and why interfering with it — regardless of the so-called “good intentions” behind the interference — has such destructive consequences.
For now, click to read it for free — really: