This year I was asked to put together a class that does not shy away from the virtues of the free market. This Summer I was speaking at Clemson University for the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) and I showed my course outline to Larry Reed, the President of FEE. After looking at it, he not only liked it, but asked if I could make the outline widely available. And so here it is, my economics course that argues that Free Markets are a good and moral system that creates good character and expands societal wealth and living standards. I hope you like it and if you have any comments, please feel free to do so.
WEEK #5 Movie: Atlas Shrugged Part I
WEEK #6 Read Part II: “Either-Or” of Atlas Shrugged
The Individual and Society
Law of Association / Comparative Advantage
Direct and Indirect Exchange: Supply and Demand
Read Part III: “A Is A” of Atlas Shrugged