Liberty, Virtue, and Happiness: The Story of Economic Freedom in America
CONTENTS: The Idea of Economic Freedom; Economic Freedom in Colonial America; The Great American War for Freedom & Independence; 1776-Political Freedom: The Declaration of Independence; 1776-Economic Freedom: Adam Smith & the Wealth of Nations; Victory & its Aftermath; The United States Constitution: Political Freedom; The United States Constitution: Economic Freedom; Free Markets in Action: The People; Free Markets in Action: The Results; Economic Freedom & the State: I; Economic Freedom & the State: II; Economic Freedom: Happiness & Virtue: I; Economic Freedom: Happiness & Virtue: II; Conclusions.
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The Idea of Economic Freedom
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