Part III of Principles of Political Economy

Introduction: A Most Harmonious Disagreement

Main text:
The Science of Political Economy:

Part I -- The Meaning of Political Economy

Part II -- The Nature of Wealth

Part III -- The Production of Wealth

Part IV -- The Distribution of Wealth

Part V -- Money

Chapter Index

The Corruption of Economics

Skill and Knowledge

Defining Political Economy

Why Theories of Value are Important


What Henry George "Left Out" of The Science of Political Economy

Can We Eliminate the Boom/Bust Cycle?

Economics in Support of Environmentalism

The Philippines: The Key to Progress without Poverty

Notes on Money

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