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FEE in Translation, Public Choice in Iran

FEBRUARY 14, 2013 by MICHAEL NOLAN

Our friends at Network for a Free Society continue to do excellent work spreading the message of liberty. They've just placed Leonard Read's "I, Pencil," translated into Farsi, in an Iranian magazine. You can download it here: Download file I, Pencil in Farsi from Iranian Magazine

Several Freeman articles have also been translated into Azerbaijani courtesy of Aykhan Nasibli and his organization, Azadliq Ciragi.

Links are as follows: 

"Spiral Dynamics: An Overview" by Troy Camplin

"How Government Makes us Fat" by Jenna Robinson  

"The Nature and Origin of Money" by Alex Salter  

"Capitalism and Freedom: A 50th Anniversary Tribute to Milton Friedman" by Dwight R. Lee

 

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Michael Nolan is the managing editor of The Freeman

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