Jeffrey Tucker — Liberty Classics: The Way to Will Power With Jeffrey Tucker

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Enjoy an evening with Jeffrey Tucker and the greatest works of the libertarian tradition.
Tune in this week for his review of Henry Hazlitt’s The Way to Will Power:

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 think that Hazlitt not only wrote the best-selling economics text of all time but also wrote a fantastic book on how to manage one’s life with expertise and success.

It is a lucid and entertaining book on psychology, applying common sense to discussions of will, self-confidence, and desires. He applies economic concepts of value-scales, and choice among values or desires. He offers a valuable early critique of psychoanalysis.

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