Warning About these Books
The books on this page defy conventional opinion: on guns, on Ukraine, on "deregulation," on education, on secession, on the Federal Reserve, and plenty more.
If it's your opinion that the American Establishment has been doing a terrific job and has the American people's best interests at heart, these books are not for you.
Tom Woods won the Hayek Lifetime Achievement Award in Vienna in 2019, and is the author of 13 print books, including the New York Times bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History and Meltdown. He is rather a bright fellow despite holding a Ph.D. from Columbia University and an A.B. from Harvard.
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During the Covid years my readers wrote to me every day about families pitted against themselves, about devastated careers, about missed surgeries, about loved ones forced to die alone, about isolation and grief and frustration and sadness and incredulity that any of this could be happening in the first place.
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Why do so many violent crimes go unsolved?
Why are so many resources devoted to crimes that don't involve hurting people or stealing?
Why are police resources deployed so arbitrarily?
The Problems With the Police gets to the bottom of the real questions we need answered, but which never get asked -- by left or right.
Every monopoly produces poorer service at ever-higher prices, and the police aren't magically exempt from this rule.
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This deeply satisfying collection of takedowns of totalitarian leftism is like Grandma's chicken noodle soup on a cold winter day.
Your Facebook friends are lovely people. But they're dead wrong on health care.
In Your Facebook Friends Are Wrong About Health Care you'll learn:
(1) where and how the free market is already lowering prices 80 and 90 percent in the U.S., right now
(2) how your friends, without realizing it, are actually complaining about the effects of state intervention into health care
You've heard the so-called arguments:
You know the drill:
(1) Professor offends leftists.
(2) Lunatic mob demands apology.
(3) Professor grovels pathetically.
Well, not these professors.
Want higher wages? Why, just pass a law!
That'll show those billionaires!
If you suspect this way of looking at the world might be slightly juvenile and simplistic, then this book is for you.
In fact, whether we're talking about health care, inequality, energy, the minimum wage, or the "gender pay gap," Bernie would make the most vulnerable worse off.
This book takes a machete to Bernie's platform.
In its place: plain old freedom, which solves every problem Bernie raises.
Your Facebook friends think "capitalism" and "greed" caused the 2008 crisis. Not a word about the Federal Reserve.
When you bring it up, they either have no idea what you're talking about, or they plead: "Why, these are our wise economic planners, citizen!"
But when these wise economic planners go wrong -- as in 2008 -- the free market, rather than the planners themselves, gets the blame.
Criticize the Fed, and you get told: the Fed has stabilized the economy! Why, you don't want panics like we had in the 19th century, do you?
Smash these arguments forever.
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