In "I, Pencil," Leonard E. Read beautifully illustrates the marvelous interconnectivity of the global marketplace in this classic essay told from the viewpoint of a common pencil–an item nearly everyone uses, but no single person can make alone.
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Mightier than the pen
Explaining anything in simple terms shows vast understanding of the item or issue. This simple essay can show everyone the need for a free economic system.
A simple, passionate and brilliant case for the power of free markets everywhere.