What can children read that illustrates the principles of liberty? Not a whole lot, to be blunt. That’s why I’m so pleased with Connor Boyack’s beautiful new Tuttle Twins series, the most recent entry of which is a children’s version of Leonard Read’s famous essay “I, Pencil.” That’s what we talked about on the show today.
About the Guest
Connor Boyack is the author of several books and the president of the Libertas Institute, a public-policy think-tank based in Utah.
Some Other Books by the Guest
The Tuttle Twins Learn About the Law
Feardom: How Politicians Exploit Your Emotions and What You Can Do to Stop Them (featuring a foreword by me). Also available as an audiobook, read by the author.
“I, Pencil,” by Leonard Read
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