While centering on Reisman's book and closely related audiotapes, the program also includes all the extensive reading assignments in the works of the other leading defenders of capitalism that are necessary to gain an advanced knowledge of the subject. In addition, it includes Reisman's syllabi in use in his university classes (in which Capitalism is the main textbook, accompanied by von Mises's Human Action), plus 16 extensive syllabus supplements, and over 1500 study/review questions based on Capitalism.
Reisman's Capitalism is the world's first and only comprehensive, in-depth defense of the capitalist economic system that was written with use as a textbook in mind. Here it is accompanied by the over 86 academic hours of Reisman's audio tapesthe equivalent of almost 6 credits at a college or universitythat powerfully reinforce major portions of the text. It is also accompanied by a set of over 1500 study/review questions prepared by Dr. Reisman, as well as by the syllabi and syllabus supplements he uses in teaching from Capitalism in his university classes, and by a newly prepared program syllabus that integrates his book and tapes with extensive readings in the works of Ludwig von Mises, Ayn Rand, the earlier Austrian and classical economists, and others.
Were you to attend one of today's private colleges or universities, you would probably have to pay over $900 per credit. What you would be taught, even at the philosophically best schools, would almost certainly be largely a set of collectivist fallacies, based on a text such as that of Samuelson, or some academic clone of Samuelson. Here, for a fraction of the cost, you can obtain the clearest, most logically consistent, and intellectually powerful exposition of sound economic theory and defense of economic freedom that is available anywhere in the world at the present time. The priceextremely modest in view of what is offeredis $407.50 for the most complete version, i.e., the version that includes both the hardcopy and the new CD of Capitalism. (Sold separately, the components of the program have a total price of $703.)
If you already own Capitalism and do not wish to buy a second copy, you can buy merely the complete set of tapes, along with the study/review questions and syllabus package, for the price of $329. (The price of the electronic 160-page-plus study/review questions and syllabus package sold separately is $15.) If you wish to add the CD of Capitalism, the price is $357.50. Finally, if you wish to add only the hardcopy of Capitalism, the price is $379.
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Capitalism's Short-Answer Q&A Supplement. Contains more than twenty-five hundred true-false, multiple-choice, and arithmetical-problem questions, all on Reisman's Capitalism. The questions are organized by chapters and are accompanied by the correct answers at the end of each set. Makes an excellent tool for review. This electronic version allows you to copy and paste the questions and to print them out. Price: $10.