Professor Hoppe’s latest book, The Great Fiction: Property, Economy, Society, and the Politics of Decline, was published today by Laissez Faire Books. It is available for purchase in print or ebook form here; epub and mobi versions available here.
As Jeff Tucker’s Editorial Preface indicates:
The title comes from a quotation by Frederic Bastiat, the 19th century economist and pamphleteer: “The state is the great fiction by which everyone seeks to live at the expense of everyone else.”
Other information about the book:
- My Afterword;
- Jeff Tucker’s Laissez Faire Today column about the new release, Don’t Think about Elephants;
- Doug French’s Laissez Faire Today column about Hoppe’s new book, The Great Mischief Maker;
- Jeff Tucker’s previous note about the then-forthcoming book: Jeffrey Tucker on Hoppe’s New Book: The Great Fiction.
The release of Professor Hoppe’s new book is timed nicely to coincide with the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Property and Freedom Society later this month in Bodrum, Turkey.
Jeff Tucker’s discussion of the book for Laissez Faire Books, “Tucker’s Take,” is below: