FEE Recommended Classroom Kit Journey
- I, Pencil
- Economics in One Lesson
- Great Myths of the Great Depression
- The Law
New to Classroom Kits?
FEE's recommended Classroom Kit book journey begins with 50 free copies of I, Pencil along with a free, digital facilitator guide.
After completing the post-survey, educators are eligible to order their next set of 50 free copies.
Continue your journey with 50 free copies of your choice of book along with a free, digital facilitator guide.
Please remember to complete the post-survey in order to be eligible to receive your next set of books.
Note: FEE will not send another free Classroom Kit until the post-survey is received.
Details about the Iconic Books
- I, Pencil by Leonard E. Read - In "I, Pencil" Leonard E. Read beautifully illustrates the marvelous interconnectivity of the marketplace in this classic essay told from the viewpoint of a common pencil – an item nearly everyone uses, but no single person can make alone.
- Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt (Out of Stock)- With over a million copies sold since 1946, Henry Hazlitt’s Economics in One Lesson is a classic economic primer. Economics in One Lesson brilliantly analyzes the seen and unseen consequences of political and economic actions. In the words of Nobel laureate F.A. Hayek, there is "no other modern book from which the intelligent layman can learn so much about the basic truths of economics in so short a time."
- Great Myths of the Great Depression by Lawrence W. Reed - Students today are often given a skewed account of the Great Depression of 1929-1941 that condemns free-market capitalism as the cause of, and promotes government intervention as the solution to, the economic hardships of the era. In this essay based on a popular lecture, Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) President Lawrence W. Reed debunks this conventional view and traces the central role that poor government policy played in fostering this legendary catastrophe.
- The Law by Frederic Bastiat - The Law is Frédéric Bastiat's timeless defense of the free society. With his characteristically clear writing, Bastiat lays out the formula for the proper role of the state in a free society. Nobel laureate F. A. Hayek called Bastiat a "publicist of genius." Intellectual historian Murray N. Rothbard said Bastiat was "indeed a lucid and superb writer, whose brilliant and witty essays and fables to this day are remarkable and devastating demolitions of protectionism and of all forms of government subsidy and control."
Request Your FREE Classroom Kit
Kits are only available for domestic shipping if you have 25 or more students. Expect 1-2 weeks for delivery after request approval.
If you have less than 25 students or live outside the United States, we will send you the Classroom Kit in digital format, or you may contact us to negotiate shipping.