"My politically interested friends tend to sort themselves into three tribal coalitions: progressive, conservative, and libertarian. Progressives (P) assert a moral superiority over conservatives and libertarians. Conservatives (C) assert a moral superiority over libertarians and progressives. And libertarians (L) assert a moral superiority over progressives and conservatives. They cannot all be correct. And when they … Citește în continuare Book: The Three Languages of Politics (by Arnold Kling; PDF, audio)
This video course is a free, fun and easy first step into Macroeconomics. For myself, who only studied Economics one semester in the 11th grade, this course was a very good intro to macroeconomic topics like GDP, Inflation, etc.
This 6 week free course from Yale University presented on the Coursera platform, is an introduction to the main themes of the American Constitution: popular sovereignty, separation of powers, federalism, and rights. Course is taught by: Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science, Yale Law School. The course is in a video format, and you can access the course here.
Economics course: this tutorial (the video) is an overview of what economics is. In particular it will tell you the difference between microeconomics and macroeconomics. Really good first watch to give you some context on the world of economics.
In this half an hour video, Prof. Antony Davies gives a lecture about the dichotomy between how we imagine government works and how it actually works. He also talks about the voter perspective, the politician perspective and the bureaucrat perspective.
An easy read of just 55 pages and with an audiobook length of just over 2 hours, this essay is the work for which Bastiat is most famous. The essay was influenced by John Locke's Second Treatise on Government and in turn influenced Henry Hazlitt's Economics in One Lesson. PDF si audiobook (free) aici, de pe site-ul Mises.org "Anyone building … Citește în continuare Book: The Law – by Frederic Bastiat (PDF, audiobook)