The market is in many instances at the forefront of social change rather than merely reactive to it.
“Free Trade and Prosperity”
Selections from the Preface through Chapter 2.
Ancient prophets on the American continent testified of the Savior centuries before His birth.
Cato’s Review of Inequality Literature
Edwards and Bourne do a deep dive into the literature and find that worries about economic inequality are overblown.
Do Markets Corrupt Our Morals?
I've only recently begun reading it in earnest, but I can already recommend this book, heartily--especially to anyone that finds its claims hard to believe, or who views the market as morally corrupting.