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Read more in the Mises.org Article Capitalism for Kids.
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Stephen Stephen Carson has come up with a list of some Films on Liberty and the State that he thinks are of particular interest to Austrians and libertarians. In addition to having some libertarian angle, the films he has selected are also critically acclaimed.