Roger Lott's: Review of 'How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes' Peter D. Schiff and Andrew J. Schiff

Roger's latest book review in the Washington Times is available here.

Best-selling author and 2010 U.S. Senate candidate Peter D. Schiff and his brother Andrew J. Schiff, communications director of Euro Pacific Capital, convey the often intuitive ideas of economics through an engaging, fictitious story richly illustrated with amusing cartoons.

The current economic path of the United States, some argue, is unsustainable. Americans understand this, yet many have been misled into believing that economics is hopelessly complex and the country would be at sea without a paddle if the government weren't around to sort through the mess.

The Schiffs seek to provide readers with a "basic tool kit for cutting through the economic clutter" by sharing a revised and updated version of "The Fish Story" that their father, Irwin A. Schiff, presented in the well-known illustrated book "How an Economy Grows and Why It Doesn't." . . .



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