Centuries ago, classical economists presented ideas designed to promote wealth and prosperity ideas that provide the keys for unlocking the wealth of nations.
Nations that promote these ideas prosper. Those that reject them do not. These ideas are as important and relevant today as they were centuries ago.
Classical principles stem from the belief that each individual has God-given rights to liberty and freedom.
Liberty and freedom form the foundation for key economic principlesfree markets, limited government, individual property rights and a stable currency.
Individuals free from an oppressive authority and free to respond to market forces provide benefits not just for themselves and their families; they provide benefits that extend to their entire nation.
This book is about much more than a formula for economic success.
It is also about policies designed to respect and promote human dignity.