“Educate and inform the whole mass of people….They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty.”
Thomas Jefferson wrote many letters that stressed the importance of educating the people of our nation. Jefferson felt strongly that a well educated public was necessary to safeguard our freedom and liberty from abuse of any form. It was his vision for the American people to become the ultimate defenders of their freedom.
The following lessons introduce the reader to the Principles of Freedom Economics and other free market concepts. Click on a title to view the lesson.
**Lessons are linked when published**
The Principles of Freedom Economics
Other Lessons in Free Market Economics
The Freedom Economic Model
The Separation of Economy and State
What is a Free Market?
Government Income / Government Debt
The Wealth of The People
The Productive Economy
“When knowledge is shared, the community grows in wealth and in spirit.”