A Critique of Interventionism
by Ludwig von Mises

Essays written during the WW I era that are still years ahead of the thought of most intellectuals. His theme here as in so many of his other works is that interventionism is not a logical alternative to the free market or socialism. Intervention does not achieve its purported goals and leads to further interventions and ultimately to totalitarian socialism.

Year Read: 1979

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