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Which Book would you take?

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Rodriguez Posted: Tue, Apr 12 2011 6:57 PM

I have an eleven month "trip" where my luggage is to be kept very minimal, thus I have enough room for only one book.  I've read parts of each of the books, but never cover to cover.  Between the following, which one would you choose?  (I'm leaning toward de Soto's work.)

1.  Money, Bank Credit, and Economic Cycles

2.  Man, Economy and State with Power and Market  or

3.  Human action

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

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Human Action.  Having read #1 before #3, I really suggest reading #1 first.  I haven't read Man, Economy, and State cover to cover, so I couldn't comment on that book.

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