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Finding this gem took some doing, but the Mises Institute is pleased to bring Frank Fetter's fabulous Economic Principles back in print. At a time when many economists were warming to the notion of central planning, Fetter worked to present general economic forces at work in all times and all places. It was the great American economic treatise, and it still holds up after all these years. The date of publication is 1915. It is a massive book at 530 pages.Recall that Fetter is the thinker who uphedl the time-preference theory of interest, someone whose writing Rothbard had interest in. He certainly stands with the Austrians in the broadest sense.