Friday, October 7, 2016

This is What I Use to Teach My High School Students About Economics and Liberty

As a follow up to the post, At What Age Should Students Start Studying Austrian School Economics?, EPJ reader T Trosko from Vancouver, Washington emails:
I have taught to high school students from all of these below.
The Law, Economics In One Lesson, Defending The Undefendable, all of Thomas Woods' books, The Left The Right and The State,  Fascism vs.CapitalismWhat Has Government Done to Our Money?, The Ethics of Liberty, For a New Liberty, Conceived in Liberty, A History of Money and Banking, The Real Lincoln, Hamilton's CurseHow Capitalism Saved America,  ten or so Walter Block books, EPJ, Target Liberty, videos, podcasts from Lew Rockwell, Woods, and more. That is off the top of my head.
Btw I start with teaching the  NAP
 How can I forget I use The Revolution: A Manifesto  by Ron Paul all the time too. Also Anthem and Atlas Shrugged, Andrew Napolitano books  and will in the futrue  use The Problem with Socialism , 

1 comment:

  1. Don't forget the lectures. Personally, I think Ralph Raico's are the best. My oldest son also found Raico's book, 'Great Wars and Great Leaders: A Libertarian Rebuttal', to be a very good addition to his other history books.