Freedom the American Way [NOOK Book]

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Freedom The American Way is a compilation of magazine articles, newspaper columns, and educational articles written by Harry Browne. They contain factual and well-reasoned economic, political, and business truths that are written in simple and to the point language that everyone can understand and appreciate. And they appeal to the readers self-interest.

Section one contains eleven American Progress/Freedom magazine articles that endeavor to ...
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Overview

Freedom The American Way is a compilation of magazine articles, newspaper columns, and educational articles written by Harry Browne. They contain factual and well-reasoned economic, political, and business truths that are written in simple and to the point language that everyone can understand and appreciate. And they appeal to the readers self-interest.

Section one contains eleven American Progress/Freedom magazine articles that endeavor to educate and gain public support for the Liberty Amendment ~ a Constitutional amendment to reduce the size of government by restraining federal powers. Section two contains twenty-nine The American Way newspaper columns that cover a wide range of topics from morality to unemployment to your savings account. And Section three contains thirty-one Your Future Is In Your Hands articles ~ part of a dynamic educational employer/employee program in which Harry presented each week one basic economic truth that could be quickly read and understood by the reader. The articles promoted free enterprise; reduction of government interference in employer/employee relations; and created in employees both the desire to be of greater value, as well as periodically offering specific methods for providing it.

This book is a quick and easy read because it's written in Harry Browne's patented easy-to-follow style. Yet the articles are filled with such wisdom, common sense, and practical suggestions that there is a great deal of "meat" to digest. If you want to reduce the size of government, make the most of your life, and learn ways to increase your value and wages ~ you'll find this book interesting, enjoyable, and thought-provoking. And although written in the 1960s, the articles are as important and worth reading today as the day Harry wrote them forty years ago.

I hope you enjoy the book!

Best wishes,
Pamela Wolfe Browne
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148650546
  • Publisher: Tono Press
  • Publication date: 6/5/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 8 MB

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