Culture of Enterprise

Culture of Enterprise

The interdisciplinary titles in this series, supported by the John Templeton Foundation, address, for both scholars and lay readers, topics related to the question of how best to foster the cultural requirements of a competitive and humane economy in an age of globalization.

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  1. A Path of Our Own

    A Path of Our Own

    By Adam K. Webb

    Regular Price: $28.00

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    Much more than the story of one Andean village, A Path of Our Own shows how traditional communities all over the world have been ill served by the dominant ideologies of the twentieth century. Adan Webb maps out an economy of values that at last could bring a just and decent prosperity.

    “At once fresh, practical, and idealistic, A Path of Our Own should fundamentally alter future debates over economic change in the less developed nations.” —Allan C. Carlson

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  2. Back on the Road to Serfdom

    Back on the Road to Serfdom

    Edited by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

    Regular Price: $29.95

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    This shift toward statism “will not end happily,” declares bestselling author Thomas E. Woods. In Back on the Road to Serfdom, Woods brings together ten top scholars to examine why the size and scope of government has exploded, and to reveal the devastating consequences of succumbing to the statist temptation.

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  3. Econoclasts

    Econoclasts

    By Brian Domitrovic

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    “Riveting . . . The landmark new history of the supply-side revolution.” —National Review

    The groundbreaking Econoclasts is more than just the definitive history of the supply-side revolution. It also reveals the foundations of America’s prosperity even as those foundations are under attack.

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  4. Human Goods, Economic Evils

    Human Goods, Economic Evils

    Written by Edward Hadas, foreword by Stratford Caldecott

    Regular Price: $22.00

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    "Hadas does not seek to undermine economics so much as to complete it…. The book is clever, well researched, thought provoking, and ambitious."
    Times Literary Supplement

    "Hadas is absolutely correct in asserting that 'conventional economics is based on false premises about human nature, comes to many false conclusions and ignores many important facts.' His insight is critical to the reconstruction of economics that is necessary if economists are to describe and analyze economic affairs correctly and offer sound advice to policymakers."
    Journal of Markets and Morality

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  5. It Didn't Have to Be This Way

    It Didn't Have to Be This Way

    Written by Harry C. Veryser

    Regular Price: $28.95

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    “Excellent . . . I highly recommend this book.” —RON PAUL

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  6. Papal Economics

    Papal Economics

    by Maciej Zięba, O.P.

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    “The definitive work on the economic teaching of the modern popes”: Papal Economics reveals why the Catholic Church is one of the most important—but least understood—authorities on capitalism and democracy.

    “An invaluable resource” —First Things

    “Powerful . . . Should move the Catholic discussion of twenty-first-century economics beyond the familiar refrains” —George Weigel

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  7. Redeeming Economics

    Redeeming Economics

    By John D. Mueller

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    “Groundbreaking.” —Washington Times

    This eye-opening book rediscovers the most important element of economic theory—one that has been ignored for more than two centuries.

    “A book that could fundamentally reground the discipline of economics.” —William Kristol

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  8. Toward a Truly Free Market

    Toward a Truly Free Market

    By John C. Médaille

    Regular Price: $18.00

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    In Toward a Truly Free Market, Médaille makes a refreshingly clear case for the economic theory—and practice—known as distributism. Unlike many of his fellow distributists, who argue primarily from moral terms, Médaille enters the economic debate on purely economic terms.

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