In the late 1990s, Hans Sennholz carefully selected 30 of Hazlitt's articles that appeared mostly in The Freeman but also other places, and compiled them into a single book under the title The Wisdom of Henry Hazlitt. Most of these articles have appeared in no other collection. The essays introduces the reader to Henry Hazlit, discussing his life, philosophy, career, and unwavering defense of the free market. The choices reflect Sennholz's own interests, but those are also the interests of anyone who appreciates Hazlitt's contribution to communicating economic truth to all people. The collection is indeed well named!
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