Frederic Bastiat Economist Poster
Posters are available in different sizes and paper types (ex. matte, semi-gloss). Frames are available.
About this poster:
Frederic Bastiat was a nineteenth century French economist and classical liberal theorist. His ideas have inspired the Austrian School of economics and are popular in many libertarian circles. He was a strong proponent of free trade and believe the sole purpose of government was to protect the life, liberty, and property of individuals. One of his most famous essays, titled "That Which Is Seen and That Which Is Unseen", argued that destruction of property provides no net-benefit to society (think Cash for Clunkers).