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5.0 out of 5 stars Required reading for Austrians, 30 April 2014
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Mainstream explanations of the Great Depression have, for nearly a century, intellectually justified countless interventions/expansions of government into the market. Murphy's book therefore not only obliterates these historical falsehoods, but serves to undermine the groundwork on which interventionists have built their intellectual edifices.

As an author, Murphy has a lot in common with Henry Hazlitt, in that he is able to tackle subjects thoroughly without the sacrifice of humour. The book is laid out neatly, and it even relates its lessons to the present crisis in its closing chapter.

I (anonymous internet stranger) wholeheartedly recommend that you buy this book.
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