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  • Eco-nomicsby Richard L. Stroup

    Cato Institute 2003; US$ 9.95

    It's one thing to be passionate about protecting the environment. Its another to be successful at it. Many laws have been enacted to clean up pollution or preserve natural beauty, but many of them don't work and others have unintended consequences. In this book, Stroup explains why many of our environmental laws have failed us and how we might go about... more...

  • Common Sense Economicsby James D. Gwartney; Richard L. Stroup; Dwight R. Lee; Tawni Hunt Ferrarini

    St. Martin's Press 2010; US$ 22.99

    ?The authors tell us what everyone should know about economics in language we can all understand. It?s refreshing when four of the best in the profession avoid the all-too-common practice of writing in a code that only other economists can comprehend.? ---Robert McTeer, former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas With the global economy... more...

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