Friday, October 15, 2010

Gary North's "Mises On Money": An Excellent Study Guide!

A study guide that accompanies a treatise can be a valuable tool, particularly when the work is complex and voluminous. Study guides can help make the material of the treatise more vivid and clear. It can simplify the complex and allow for a broader base of readers that understand the points and theory set forth. 
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Robert Murphy has authored two great study guides on two of the fundamental work in Austrian Economics. Murphy has created study guides for Mises's Human Action, and Rothbard's Man, Economy, and State. These guides serve as map and compass that assist in the navigation of these massive works. 

I often wondered why there was no study guide for Mises's The Theory of Money and Credit. But thanks to a friend and fellow Austrian, I have discovered one! Gary North is the author of Mises On Money.  This guide is a wonderful complement to enhance your understanding of one of the cornerstone books of Austrian Economics. Mises On Money is written in seven sections: An introduction, five chapter, and a conclusion. North does an outstanding job in making Mises's classic more readable and more understandable. North walks you through the entire book by pulling out and explaining the key points in plain language. 

Mises's The Theory of Money and Credit is as important today as it was when Mises wrote it in 1912. Considering the world we live in, and the modern statist economy we are enduring, reading this classic is essential. Gary North's Mises On Money can help you understand Mises's theories to a T! Free people read Mises, and Gary North can help!

And the best part? You can access North's book free online, here: http://www.lewrockwell.com/north/mom.html

"Cognition is furthered only by clarity and distinctness, never by compromises." Ludwig von Mises


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