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Auxiliary Readings: From the Left: "No One Makes You Shop at Wal-Mart"...: Econ 1: Spring 2016: UC Berkeley

Auxiliary Readings: From the Right: "Free to Choose"...: Econ 1: Spring 2016: UC Berkeley

To help the students in Econ 1 next semester put the course, and the discipline of Economics, into its proper moral-philosophical context...

Is there anything better from the right to assign than Milton and Rose Director Friedman (1980): Free to Choose Can I ask the students--Berkeley freshmen and sophomores for the most part--to read anything more sophisticated? And is there anything more recent or more sophisticated and of equivalent length that is better?

And to counterbalance Friedman and Director Friedman--what? Last time I used Tom Slee (2006): No One Makes You Shop at Wal-Mart It seemed not quite up to the task, but still better than anything else I could find...

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