Over at The Cobden Centre, Andy Duncan reviews Peter Schiff’s How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes:

Quite simply, this new Schiffian book is a joy to read as it follows the story of three Robinson-Crusoe-Style men — Able, Baker, and Charlie — and maps out how they and their descendants travel in time from a lost island of rude existence — catching and eating one fish per day with their bare hands — to a land filled with government-subsidised universities offering voters fun degree courses in surfboarding.

Read the review: And Then There Were Three: How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes » The Cobden Centre.

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