The world in which we live is very complicated. As human beings, and, as citizens and people of faith to name just two important roles, we have to understand this if we are going to make human decisions that will advance the well-being and security of the people of the world. Economic relations–country, world, firm, and us ordinary people–consumers, workers- (and are we more?)–play a big role in the world. Economics for Everyone is an excellent–the best I have read–introduction to the large, complicated and avoided (in terms of how much attention people pay to it) world of economic and social relations.