Tyler Cowen is starting a new "book club" on the Marginal Revolution blog. He's going to discuss John Maynard Keynes' General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money one chapter at a time, beginning next Monday, December 8.
Given the renewed interest in Keynesian policies, as well as the overworked comparisons to the Great Depression, this is an opportune time to learn and understand one of the most important and frequently misunderstood works in economics. I'm going to break out my old copy and try to keep up with him. You can find copies in public libraries (I hope), and according to Tyler, the Kindle version is only about $4.00. If you can't or don't want to follow along, (time is a resource and scarcity is an operative concept) I would recommend you consider reading the blog and posts as he proceeds through the book.
(HT to the Arnold Kling.)
Here's a link to a free version of The General Theory.