These works are essential for understanding economics, law, justice, history, and the structure of the social order itself. They should be read and understood by every student. A constant and ongoing source of wisdom, they must not be relegated to dusty shelves or solemn ivory towers.

"The body of economic knowledge is an essential element in the structure of human civilization; it is the foundation upon which modern industrialism and all the moral, intellectual, technological, and therapeutical achievements of the last centuries have been built... [I]f [men] fail to take the best advantage of it and disregard its teachings and warnings, they will not annul economics; they will stamp out society and the human race" -Ludwig Von Mises, Human Action

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