Saturday, April 23, 2011

The Tollan Letters

       I wrote a post to introduce The Tollan Letters, but when I re-read it, it came across as plain vanilla, so I'm going to skip that.  I'll just jump to the links.  Please read what they have to say.

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       The Tollan Letters can be found at, here.  Thanks to Peter Goodgame for this valuable reference.  You can consider this Part 3 of Economics in One Lesson.  Part 1 is here, and Part 2 is here.

       Please join the conversation in the comments.  Your ideas are most welcome.


  1. For those of us who are pretty well finished with globalist and collectivist economic solutions, who have started to discard the left-right paradigm, and who have some doubts about where "laissez-faire" has taken us, here are some ideas with substance.

    The Tollan Letters were written in 2007 and early 2008, at the very beginning of the current economic meltdown.

    All things considered, these may be more relevant to Americans than to readers in other countries -- but then, all things considered, they may be very relevant to us all.

  2. Search the net for "Tollan Letters," using quotation marks, and you will get only a small handful of hits.

    The good thinking here needs to reach a wider audience. Please add your commentary.

  3. I plan to expand this post, based on my research and your comments. Stay on board.