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Bastiat the Great

This article originally appeared as the introduction to Bastiat’s Economic Sophisms (FEE, 1962). Reprinted from Mises.org Frédéric Bastiat was born at Bayonne, France, on June 29, 1801. His father was a wholesale merchant, but Frédéric was orphaned at the age of nine and

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