By Frederic Bastiat.
A classic treatise on the futility of socialism, written in 1850 by the French statesman and statesman,
Frederic Bastiat, recorded by G. Edward Griffin. Fredric Bastiat, speaks before the French Legislative Assembly
passionately exposing the contradictions of socialism. Is it proper for a large group to plunder a small group? Is it any different if the plunderers use the democratic process to pass laws that make their plundering legal? This essay has been responsible for turning countless collectivists into individualists. Excellent for students. 82-minutes.
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Fom Alejandro Szita: "Dear Ed, this is just to let you know that your rendition of The Law by Monsieur Bastiat is the most extraordinary piece of enlightened knowledge I have yet studied. I have read many books, listened to many lectures, but this voice from the 1850s has a clarity of mind that I have never encountered so far. Thank you for bringing this knowledge to life."
This audio also is in Volume II of the Audio Archives.