Free Trade: Necessary Foundation for World Peace, ed. by Joan Kennedy
(Irvington-On-Hudson, N.Y.: Foundation for Economic Education, 1986). A
collection of essays showing the close relationship between free trade
"where goods cannot cross borders, armies will."
Protection or Free Trade, by Henry George (1886; various editions).
Still one of the
best statements of the free trade position, with logical refutations of
Endless Enemies, Jonathan Kwitny (New York: Congdon and Weed, 1984).
how foreign interventionism subverts the market and creates enemies for
The World Between the Wars, 1919-39: An Economist's View, by Joseph S.Davis
(Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975). The best economic
history of the
interwar period, both in America and on the international scene. Looks
Depression, government's response, protectionism, and more. A crucially
A History of the World Economy: International Economic Relations Since
James Foreman-Peck (Totowa, N.J.: Barnes and Noble, 1983). A history of
trade that shows the benefits of free trade.
The Fair Trade Fraud, by James Bovard (New York: St. Martin's Press,
book presents a careful and very readable analysis and refutation of
Tyranny Unmasked, by John Taylor (1822; reprint, Indianapolis: Liberty
1992). A devastating attack on the protective tariff and mercantilist
particular, and on statism in general, by the foremost philosopher of the
Jeffersonian radicals of the early national period in American history.
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