Garet Garrett

Garet Garrett

(1878 - 1954)
BIO

Garet Garrett (1878–1954), born Edward Peter Garrett, was an American journalist and author, who is noted for his opposition to the New Deal and US involvement in World War II.

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FEATURED WORK
The Cinder Buggy: A Fable in Iron and Steel

The Cinder Buggy: A Fable in Iron and Steel

By Garet Garrett

Garet Garrett's fiction deals with the social impact of economic transformations.

A Bubble that Broke the World

A Bubble that Broke the World

By Garet Garrett

What caused the stock-market crash of 1929 and the Great Depression that followed?

The Driver

The Driver

By Garet Garrett

This first book in Garrett's trilogy of economic fiction is brilliant and thrilling, a novel that provides an excellent lesson in how entrepreneurship works.

Satan’s Bushel

Satan’s Bushel

By Garet Garrett

The final book of Garrett's dazzling trilogy of economic novels.

Harangue

Harangue

By Garet Garrett

Garrett's last novel, and truly spectacular.

ALL PUBLICATIONS
  • The Cinder Buggy: A Fable in Iron and Steel
    Published in 2014
    Garet Garrett’s fiction deals with the social impact of economic transformations. In The Driver, he deals with railroads, while Satan’s Bushel examines agricultural. The Cinder…
  • A Bubble that Broke the World
    Published in
    Credit can be like a drug. It can become addictive, create dependency, and waste resources. In 1932, no one seemed to know this better than…
  • The Driver
    Published in
    Here is a treasure in the history of the pro-capitalist novel. Garet Garrett, author of The People’s Pottage, tells the story of an upstart Wall…
  • Satan’s Bushel
    Published in
    This dazzling work of economic fiction is the third of Garet Garrett’s novel trilogy, written and first published in 1924. Like the others, Satan’s Bushel…