Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman endorses this book as a "Splendid and informed exposition of the basic principles of economics . . . the exposition [is] simple, concise, lucid and free from jargon." The authors explain not only how free markets work, but also how and why excessive taxation and other government interventions lead to a diminished standard of living. Great for students and teachers! 119 pages.
B1993-01 is out of print and unavailable.