Economics in One Lesson
218 pages, 1988
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Economics in One Lesson is a book by Henry Hazlitt, published in 1946. It explains the basic concepts of economics while at the same time dispelling many common economic myths. One of the most popular and influential books on economics ever written, it has sold over 1 million copies worldwide.
Hazlitt was a notable economist of what is now called the Austrian School of Economics, along with Carl Menger, Ludwig von Mises, and Friedrich Hayek. Among libertarian economists, he is especially well known for his essay "The Foundation of Morality. "