Henry Hazlitt

Henry Hazlitt

(1894 - 1993)
BIO

Henry Hazlitt (1894–1993) was a well-known journalist who wrote on economic affairs for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Newsweek, among many other publications. He is best known as the author of the classic Economics in One Lesson (1946).

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FEATURED WORK
The Way to Will Power

The Way to Will Power

By Henry Hazlitt

A fantastic book on how to manage one’s life with expertise and success.

Time Will Run Back

Time Will Run Back

By Henry Hazlitt

This splendid novel by Henry Hazlitt explores the economic theories of capitalism and socialism.

Thinking as a Science

Thinking as a Science

By Henry Hazlitt

A training manual for how to fire up and manage one's mental energy.

The Foundations of Morality

The Foundations of Morality

By Henry Hazlitt

Henry Hazlitt considered this book his most important lifetime contribution.

Economics in One Lesson

Economics in One Lesson

By Henry Hazlitt

THE classic economic primer

ALL PUBLICATIONS
  • The Way to Will Power
    Published in 2014
    Henry Hazlitt’s The Way to Will Power, written in 1922, is a splendid as a manual for the management of personal life. It’s extraordinary to…
  • Time Will Run Back
    Published in
    Time Will Run Back, first published in 1951 and revised in 1966, begins in a fully socialist society in which the new leader, who finds…
  • Thinking as a Science
    Published in
    It’s incredible that this 1916 tutorial on how to think, by none other than Henry Hazlitt, would still hold up after all these years. But…
  • The Foundations of Morality
    Published in
    Here is Hazlitt’s major philosophical work, in which he grounds a policy of private property and free markets in an ethic of classical utilitarianism, understood…