Sophisms of the Protectionists

Frédéric BASTIAT (1801 - 1850), translated by Horace WHITE (1834 - 1916)

"To rob the public, it is necessary to deceive them," Bastiat said and believed. He reasoned, employing repetition to various applications, against fallacious arguments promoting the "Protection" of industries to the detriment of consumers and society. (Summary by Katie Riley)

Genre(s): *Non-fiction, Business & Economics

Language: English

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Play 00 Prefaces Katie Riley
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Play 01 01 - First Series Part 1 Katie Riley
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Play 02 02 - First Series Part 2 Katie Riley
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Play 03 03 - First Series Part 3 Katie Riley
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Play 04 04 - First Series Part 4 Katie Riley
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Play 05 05 - First Series Part 5 Katie Riley
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Play 06 06 - First Series Part 6 Katie Riley
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Play 07 07 - First Series Part 7 Katie Riley
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Play 08 08 - First Series Part 8 Katie Riley
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Play 09 09 - First Series Part 9 Katie Riley
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Play 10 10 - Second Series Part 1 Katie Riley
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Play 11 11 - Second Series Part 2 Katie Riley
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Play 12 12 - Second Series Part 3 Katie Riley
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Play 13 13 - Second Series Part 4 Katie Riley
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Play 14 14 - Second Series Part 5 Katie Riley
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Play 15 15 - Second Series Part 6 Katie Riley
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Play 16 16 - Second Series Part 7 Katie Riley
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Play 17 17 - Second Series Part 8 Katie Riley
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Play 18 18 - Spoliation and Law Katie Riley
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Play 19 19 - Capital and Interest Part 1 Katie Riley
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Play 20 20 - Capital and Interest Part 2 Katie Riley
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Play 21 21 - Capital and Interest Part 3 Katie Riley
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