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Hazlitt, Henry, 1894-1993

LC control no.n 50025840
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPS3515.A9873
Personal name headingHazlitt, Henry, 1894-1993
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Birth date18941128
Death date19930708
Place of birthPhiladelphia, Pa.
Place of deathFairfield, Conn.
Profession or occupationJournalists Economists Philosophers Authors
Found inHis Thinking as a science, c1916.
Is politics insoluble? c1997: t.p. (Henry Hazlitt) p. vi (1894-1993)
Wikipedia, June 4, 2007: (Henry Hazlitt; Henry Stuart Hazlitt; Nov. 28, 1894-July 8, 1993; a libertarian philosopher, economist, and journalist)
Contemporary Authors, via WWW, August 26, 2013 (Henry Hazlitt (1894-1993); born November 28, 1894 in Philadelphia, PA; died July 9, 1993 in Fairfield, CT; economist and writer; a self-taught economist, Hazlitt is known for his best-selling Economics in One Lesson, a generous praise of the free market that illustrates the drawbacks of regulation economics; he also pursued a rich career in journalism, serving in several areas, including economics reporter for Wall Street Journal, financial editor of New York Evening Mail, literary editor for New York Sun and Nation, editorial writer for New York Times, co-founder and coeditor of Freeman, and business columnist for Newsweek; Hazlitt is the author of more than a dozen books, including Man vs. the Welfare State, The Conquest of Poverty, and From Bretton Woods to World Inflation; he also edited The Critics of Keynesian Economics and Failure of the New Economics)
Associated languageeng