There Is No Good Argument For The Teen Wage
Hanna Brooks Olsen
26261

Reading list.

This entire list is available free of charge online. All three of these writers are in the public domain. I keep the files as word documents so that they are easily searchable.

  1. Adam Smith, “The Wealth of Nations…” — Smith is a lot of work, but necessary and worth it.
     2) David Ricardo, “The Principles of Political Economy…” — Ricardo can be safely replaced with some research about Ricardo’s economics. He is a horrendously bad writer, but his ideas are essential. His primary contribution is the original exposition of monopolistic, rent-seeking behavior. 
     3) Henry George, “Progress and Poverty” — You could read just Henry George, but it is very important to understand conventional capitalist theory to realize how mainstream his ideas are.
One clap, two clap, three clap, forty?

By clapping more or less, you can signal to us which stories really stand out.