Denationalisation of Money
Classic introduction to public choice theory by one of the pioneers in the field
The case for competition in currency
The monopoly of money by government has relieved it of the need to keep its expenditure within its revenue and has thus precipitated the spectacular increase in government expenditure over the last 30 years.
This proposal is not a minor technicality of finance but a crucial reform that may decide the fate of free civilisation.
Hobart Paper Special 70