This is the revised and enlarged edition of a new kind of introduction to economics for the general public-without graphs, statistics, or jargon. In addition to being updated, Basic Economics has also become more internationalized by including economic problems from more countries around the world, because the basic principles of economics are not confined by national borders. While most chapter titles remain the same, their contents have changed considerably, reflecting the experiences of many different peoples and cultures....Continua
Thomas Sowell is a market fundamentalist, but he is eloquent. First two chapters are worth reading.
This was a fantastic guide to how the free market works and helps to understand how real world cause an effect can prove that popular understanding of "the real world" can often be completely wrong. I highly recommend this book.