From “On the Other Hand” by the western Canadian Frontier Centre for Public Policy:
So Canadian they know Zap Rowsdower.
Each one of these videos encapsulates the respective chapters of Hazlitt’s Economics in One Lesson quite well. It’s an excellent series, especially because it is from a Canadian point of view. As the outsider looking in, they can see the mistakes that their big neighbor has made, and also as examples are given of domestic Canadian economic follies or successes, they are more easily illustrated as they are devoid of US politics. This also allows the viewer to take an objective look at say, Canadian paper mills, and compare it to a US industry in the same situation.