Planning for freedom, and twelve other essays and addresses
Also, for the first time, an analytical and descriptive essay has been added, "The Essential Von Mises," by a former student, Murray N. Rothbard, which is extraordinarily helpful.
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This collection of essays is a very good introduction to some of the themes Mises cared about the most. It's mostly pedagogical and aiming at a wider audience. If you never read Mises, this is a great place to start before you go read Bureaucracy.
However, I guess I was hoping for a deeper analysis, specially from the economic perspective. The essays can get a bit repetitive at times. They mostly focus on the impossibility of a "middle of the road" policy, p ...more