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F.A. Hayek on FEE and Leonard Read Articles
F.A. Hayek on FEE and Leonard Read

If at any point in the past man had mapped out his future on the basis of the then-existing knowledge and then followed this plan, we would not be where we are.

Bob Chitester Wins 2016 Blinking Lights Award News
Bob Chitester Wins 2016 Blinking Lights Award

At its Annual Retreat in Bonita Springs, Florida last weekend, the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) announced the winner of its second-ever Blinking Lights Award: Robert “Bob” Chitester.  

Why I Am Not a Conservative Articles
Why I Am Not a Conservative

Conservatism proper is a legitimate, probably necessary, and certainly widespread attitude of opposition to drastic change.

The Road to Serfdom Chapter 10: Why the Worst Get on Top Books
Why the Worst Get on Top

There are strong reasons for believing that what to us appear the worst features of the existing totalitarian systems are not accidental byproducts, but phenomena which totalitarianism is certain sooner or later to produce.

Our Enemy, The State Books
Our Enemy, The State

If we look beneath the surface of our public affairs, we can discern one fundamental fact, namely: a great redistribution of power between society and the State.

What Are Your Star Wars Politics? Articles
What Are Your Star Wars Politics?

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away the Galactic Empire was split between those using the Dark Side of the Force to accomplish their ends against those preferring peaceful and persuasive means. Answer this five-question quiz to see where your politics lie in the Star Wars Universe.

Results from FEE News
Results from FEE

As the year comes to a close, we are taking stock of the ways FEE has increased the effectiveness of our efforts to make the ideas of liberty familiar and credible to the rising generation.

Are You a Liberal? Articles
Are You Liberal?
This 20 question quiz deals with the relationship between liberty and the state, and your own views concerning this relationship. It takes on 20 specific topics in economics, politics, and law. Choose the answer that best reflects your view.
Amplifying FEE’s Seminars  for Even Greater Impact News
Amplifying FEE’s Seminars for Even Greater Impact

As FEE strives to make ideas of liberty a credible and familiar part of campus culture, we aim to reach greater numbers of young people without a large additional investment of resources.

Liberalism by Ludwig von Mises Books
Liberalism, by Ludwig von Mises (1927)

Ludwig von Mises's classic 1927 book on the free society. 

Mises: The Annotated Bibliography Books
Mises: The Annotated Bibliography

Mises's works were published over the course of the 20th century in many languages. Here is Bettina Greaves's full accounting. 

Sharing ideas with your friends who disagree News
Sharing ideas with your friends who disagree

As you read our content from time to time—via FEE.org, FEE Daily, our Twitter feed or our Facebook and Instagram pages—I invite you to take note of just how many of our posts you are tempted to share with your friends and followers.

Essays on Liberty, Volume 1 Books
Essays on Liberty, Volume 1

At last, some of the rarest and most valued essays in the history of free-market thought are now available in ebook form.

The Right and Wrong of Compulsion by the State Articles
The Right and Wrong of Compulsion by the State

Civilization has never yet and never will be simply made by the fiat of those who have power. 

Filling the free-market gaps in high school economics News
Filling the free-market gaps in high school economics

FEE has launched our new high school course supplement entitled "The Economics of Entrepreneurship: Serving Yourself by Serving Others Well.”

What You Should Know About Inflation Books
What You Should Know About Inflation

Inflation is the increase in the volume of money and bank credit in relation to the volume of goods. It is always and universally harmful to economic life. 

The Law (3) Books
The Law

Frederic Bastiat's timeless defense of liberty for all. Once read and understood, nothing ever looks the same. 

Capitalism Will (Eventually) Displace Imperialism Books
Capitalism Will (Eventually) Displace Imperialism

This is the most important excerpt of Joseph Schumpeter’s 1918 book The Sociology of Imperialisms

The Road to Serfdom: Condensed Edition Books
The Road to Serfdom: Condensed Edition

The more the state ‘plans’ the more difficult planning becomes for the individual.

Students Can Finally Teach Professors with Breakthrough New Book News
Students Can Finally Teach Professors with Breakthrough New Book
What Is Fascism? Articles
What Is Fascism?
We will now see the elements of the fascist society emerge—point by point — as guided by John T. Flynn.
VALS 2015: Lawrence W. Reed - Are We Good Enough for Liberty? Media
VALS 2015: Lawrence W. Reed - Are We Good Enough for Liberty?

FEE President Lawrence W. Reed gives his talk, "Are We Good Enough for Liberty?" at the Values-Aligned Leadership Summit

Strategic Notes from FEE—Partnering to challenge the myths of progressivism News
Strategic Notes from FEE—Partnering to challenge the myths of progressivism

This month, yet another cooperative venture will culminate with the publication of Excuse Me, Professor, a book collaboration between FEE and Young America’s Foundation, published by Regnery as a mass-market paperback.

Marxism Unmasked: From Delusion to Destruction Books
Marxism Unmasked: From Delusion to Destruction

The lectures by Ludwig von Mises contained in Marxism Unmasked were delivered at the San Francisco Public Library, June 23–July 3, 1952, under the sponsorship of The Freeman magazine. They were taken down, word for word, in shorthand and transcribed by Mrs. Bettina Bien Greaves.

Excuse Me, Professor Books
Excuse Me, Professor

A new book from FEE President Lawrence W. Reed.

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