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What You Don't Know About Economics Can Hurt You Paperback – October 25, 2000


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Don Fredrick, a lifelong supporter of free market capitalism and limited government, is also the author of Colony 14, a novel about the future of America if we continue down our collectivist path.

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A lifelong advocate of freedom and free markets, Don Fredrick has consistently promoted the reduction of government interference in both the personal and economic lives of Americans. He is the author of "Colony 14," a novel about the nation's future if it continues on its collectivist path; "What You Don't Know About Economics Can Hurt You," an economic primer for the average American, who was never taught basic economic concepts; and "The Obama Timeline"--the most comprehensive account of the life of Barack Hussein Obama. Part I of the Timeline, which covers August 4, 1961 through Obama's first 100 days in office, is available in paperback. Part II chronicles the events of April 30, 2009 through the present. It is updated on a daily basis and can be read at www.theobamatimeline.com.

Don's latest book, a collection of essays about politics and economics, is "Can It All Be A Coincidence?"

Don was born and raised in Chicago and lived in the area most of his life. In late 2007 he retired to a life of research, reading, and writing. He and his wife now live in a quiet coastal town, where they take their Weimaraner for long walks while discussing how much better the world would be if only everyone would follow their advice.

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