H.L. Mencken once called Henry Hazlitt "one of the few economists in human history who could really write." Another was Leland B. Yeager, who died April 23 at 93. A professor emeritus at both the University of Virginia and Auburn, Yeager passionately defended free trade, including in currencies. He defended economic freedom on the grounds that it was not only efficient but also ethical. This is from David R. Henderson (me), "Leland Yeager, an Economist Who Could Write," Wall Street Journal, May 6, 2018 (electronic) and May 7 (print.) I'll post the whole thing in 30 days. Thanks to George Selgin for giving me the facts (that he got from Roger Koppl) about Yeager's experience in World War II, Don
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