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Bob Drake

After his modernization of Progress & Poverty was published in 2006, Bob Drake produced a recorded version which we are pleased to make available as a free download.

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P&P01_Title_Page

P&P02_Publishers_Foreword

P&P03_Editors_Preface.

P&P04_Authors_Preface.

P&P05_Introduction.

P&P06_First_Part_Chapter_01.

P&P07_Chapter_02.

P&P08_Chapter_03

P&P09_Chapter_04

P&P10_Chapter_05

P&P11_Second_Part_Chapter_06

P&P12_Chapter_07

P&P13_Chapter_08

P&P14_Chapter_09

P&P15_Third_Part_Chapter_10

P&P16_Chapter_11

P&P17_Chapter_12

P&P18_Chapter_13

P&P19_Chapter_14

P&P20_Chapter_15

P&P21_Chapter_16

P&P22_Chapter_17

P&P23_Fourth_Part_Chapter_18

P&P24_Chapter_19

P&P25_Chapter_20

P&P26_Chapter_21

P&P27_Fifth_Part_Chapter_22

P&P28_Chapter_23

P&P29_Sixth_Part_Chapter_24

P&P30_Chapter_25

P&P31_Seventh_Part_Chapter_26

P&P32_Chapter_27

P&P33_Chapter_28

P&P34_Chapter_29

P&P35_Chapter_30

P&P36_Eighth_Part_Chapter_31

P&P37_Chapter_32

P&P38_Chapter_33

P&P39_Chapter_34

P&P40_Ninth_Part_Chapter_35

P&P41_Chapter_36

P&P42_Chapter_37

P&P43_Chapter_38

P&P44_Tenth_Part_Chapter_39

P&P45_Chapter_40

P&P46_Chapter_41

P&P47_Chapter_42

P&P48_Chapter_43

P&P49_Chapter_44

P&P50_Afterword

Bob Drake’s production of the original text was supported by grants from the Robert Schalkenbach Foundation and the Center for the Study of Economics.

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