The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) is happy to share the variety of book publications on economic freedom and capitalism, recommended by speakers from the TFAS Annual Conference in Amelia Island. These recommendations were carefully compiled by George and Sally Mayer Fellow for Economic Education and TFAS Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Anne Bradley, TFAS Senior Scholar Dr. Jim Otteson and TFAS President Roger Ream.
If you are looking to expand your knowledge on the significance of economic freedom or capitalism, here is a list of books we suggest you place on hold at your local library or ordering from a bookstore.
- “The Law” by Frederic Bastiat
- “Economics in One Lesson” by Henry Hazlitt
- “Common Sense Economics” by James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup and Tawni H. Ferrarini
- “Seven Deadly Economic Sins” by Jim Otteson
- “A Conflict of Visions” by Thomas Sowell
- “Basic Economics” by Thomas Sowell
- “The Next American Economy” by Sam Gregg
- “The Mystery of Capital” by Hernando de Soto
- “Free to Choose: A Personal Statement” by Milton and Rose Friedman
- “How the World Became Rich” by Jared Rubin and Mark Koyama
- “There’s No Free Lunch” by David Bahnsen
- “Individualism and Economic Order” by F.A. Hayek
- “Leave Me Alone and I’ll Make You Rich” by Deirdre McCloskey and Art Cardin