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Bureaucracy
by Ludwig von Mises, Arlington House, 1969 - HC

A classic exposition of the process by which modern society has gradually evolved from individualism and democracy to authoritarian totalitarianism.
 

$18.00

Citadel, Market & Altar: Emerging Society
by Spencer Heath, Science of Society Foundation, 1957 – HC

Written by a highly successful innovator and entrepreneur, this book explores the universal law that governs the relationship between individuals and the societal organizations they form.
 

$45.00

Common Sense & The Crisis
by Thomas Paine, Freethought Press Association, 1946 – HC

Common Sense was the spark that ignited the American Revolution. The Crisis details the hardships and obstacles the Americans endured and overcame in their quest to win their independence from the British crown.
 

$30.00

Die Rakete zu den Planetenräumen (unsigned)
by Hermann Oberth, Uni-Verlag Feucht, 1984 – HC

This book is a reproduction (in the original German text) of the pioneering 1923 work by Dr. Oberth, which established the technological foundation of all modern rocketry. Includes a forward by Dr. Werner von Braun.
 

$360.00

Die Rakete zu den Planetenräumen (signed)
by Hermann Oberth, Uni-Verlag Feucht, 1984 – HC

Includes an original "wet" signature (pen/ink) by Dr. Oberth; otherwise it is the same as the unsigned edition listed above.
 

$550.00

Economics in One Lesson: The Shortest & Surest Way to Understand Basic Economics
by Henry Hazlitt, Manor Books, 1975 – PB

This book explains in simple, direct language the fundamental principles of economics that most economists and virtually all politicians do not understand. It is essential reading for every person who wants to understand economics.
 

$10.00

Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio
by Tom Lewis, Softbound, Harper Perennial, 1991 – PB

A well-researched account of the turbulent history surrounding the pioneers of radio, Lee DeForest and Edwin Armstrong, and their interaction with David Sarnoff, founder of RCA.
 

$30.00

Liberty: A Path to Its Recovery
by F.A. Harper, Foundation for Economic Education, 1949 – HC

A brilliant analysis of the central problem of the philosophy of human governance—the reconciliation of liberty and coercively enforced authority and the quest for a truly liberal society. Includes a preface by Dr. Han Sennholz.
 

$20.00

New Pathways In Science
by Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington, Ann Arbor Paperbacks, 1959 – PB

A lucid and accessible explanation of some of the most advanced scientific discoveries of the 20th century, including indeterminacy, quantum theory, the expanding universe, the constants of nature, and astrophysics, for scientists and non-scientists alike.
 

$20.00

Newton's Principia: A Revision of Motte's Translation
by Florian Cajori, University of California Press, 1954 – HC

A modern English version of the original translation from Latin to English by Andrew Motte in 1729; more accessible than the Georgian English syntax in Motte's translation. Limited quantities available.
 

$450.00

Prodigal Genius: The Life of Nikola Tesla, Inventor Extraordinary
by John J. O'Neill, Neville Spearman, 1977 – HC

Tesla was the inventor of the modern alternating current electrical generation and distribution system; this is perhaps the definitive biography of one of the most inventive geniuses of the 20th century.
 

$50.00

Prodigal Genius: The Life of Nikola Tesla, Inventor Extraordinary
by John J. O'Neill, Tartan Books, 1972 – PB

A softbound version of the O'Neill biography
 

$12.00

Sir Isaac Newton
by E.N. da C. Andrade, Greenwood Press 1979 – HC

This is a special hardcover binding of the 1958 Doubleday edition, printed especially for FEI; includes preface and index as a booklet insert.
 

$120.00

Sir Isaac Newton: His Life and Work
by E.N. da C. Andrade, Doubleday Anchor Books, 1958 – PB

This is a special hardcover binding of the 1958 Doubleday edition, printed especially for FEI; includes preface and index as a booklet insert.
 

$10.00

The Age of Reason
by Thomas Paine, Prometheus Books, New York, 1984
 

$15.00

The Complete Writings of Thomas Paine
Phillip S. Foner, Ed., Citadel Press, Inc., 1969 – HC, in slip case

This two-volume set includes all of the books, letters, pamphlets, essays, and dissertations written by the founder of the United States of America. Very limited quantitities available.
 

$200.00

The Life of Thomas Paine
by Moncure Daniel Conway, Benjamin Blom, Inc., 1976 – HC

Numbered copies of a special limited reprinting (1,000 copies) of the original 1909 biography for FEI to commemorate the bicentennial year of the American republic founded by Thomas Paine.
 

$70.00

The Madrid Codices
by Leonardo Da Vinci, McGraw-Hill, 1974 – HC

This is the deluxe first edition bound in red leather with gold tooling, with Lucite storage case. The five-volume set includes Da Vinci's notebooks reproduced in color gravure from the original manuscripts (in two volumes), two volumes showing Da Vinci's notes transcribed in Italian and translated into English, and a fifth volume with commentary by the translator, renowned Da Vincian scholar Ladislao Reti. A matching leather-bound case contains a certificate of authenticity. All sets are new and unused, from the original release of 1,000 numbered sets.

$2,000.00

The Nature of the Physical World
by Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington, Ann Arbor Paperbacks – PB

Eddington's profound discussion of the nature of physical reality as we perceive it and as science describes it, and how the elusive quest for an "ultimate" reality has rocked the epistemological foundations of human knowledge; a reprint of the original 1928 edition.

Fourth printing (brown) 1974
 

$10.00

The Nature of the Physical World
by Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington, Ann Arbor Paperbacks – PB

Eddington's profound discussion of the nature of physical reality as we perceive it and as science describes it, and how the elusive quest for an "ultimate" reality has rocked the epistemological foundations of human knowledge; a reprint of the original 1928 edition.

Fifth printing (green) 1978
 

$10.00

The Tariff Idea
by W.M. Curtiss, Foundation for Economic Education, 1972 – PB

An incisive analysis of why tariffs don't work—indeed, why they can't work; in one short and well-written book you will understand what politicians consistently fail to learn.

NOTE: Although this book is out of stock and out of print, the listing is retained here for reference by those who might wish to find their own copies from other sources.
 

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The Tragic Patriot
By Joseph Lewis, The Freethought Press Association, New York, 1954

A historical drama about Thomas Paine in five acts and twenty-five scenes
 

$37.50

The Wright Brothers: The Authorized Biography of Two Americans Whose Inventive Genius Changed the World
by Fred C. Kelly, Ballantine Books, 1975 – PB

A fascinating and well researched account of the true genius and courage of these extraordinary men; if you're going to read only one biography of the Wright Brothers, this is the one to read.
 

$10.00

Thomas Paine: Author of the Declaration of Independence
by Joseph Lewis, The Freethought Press Association, New York, 1947

This evidence in this book makes an overwhelmingly compelling case that Thomas Paine was the author of The Declaration of Independence, not Thomas Jefferson. The book explains how the myth of Jefferson's authorship arose with Paine's concurrence for very practical reasons that aided the cause of the American Revolution. For those who prefer to know the true origins of the Declaration, this book is a must-read.
 

$43.75

Why Wages Rise
by F.A. Harper, Foundation for Economic Education, 1972 – PB

Written in Harper's lucid style, this book is an extraordinary clear and understandable exposition of the subject of its self-descriptive title; out of print and difficult to find.
 

$20.00

   
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