University of Malawi | No One on Earth Knows How to Make a Pencil

Students for Liberty at the University of Malawi are delighted to welcome Dr. James Stacy Taylor from the Foundation for Economic Education for a virtual presentation on why "No One on Earth Knows How to Make a Pencil."

Get ready to explore the limits of human knowledge! Beginning with a discussion of Leonard Read's classic essay, "I, Pencil," we will investigate centralized versus decentralized approaches to solving complex problems.

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