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Homeschool Classroom

350 Years of Economic Theory in 50 Minutes

Presented to homeschool parents and students on 29 September 2006 at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama.

Conference on the Gold Standard

The Gold Standard Before the Civil War

Presented at the Mises Institute's first conference, November 16-17, 1983; in Washington, DC. Includes commentary...

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Woodrow Wilson
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Woodrow Wilson’s Faith in War

Malcolm D. Magee's new book on Woodrow Wilson examines a much-neglected topic: the role of Wilson's religion in...

Cutting through the red tape
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State Monopolies Aren’t What They Used to Be

States wish to gain monopolies and maintain them in all facets of life, while entrepreneurs strive to offer...

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Moral Hazard and Socialism in Collective Security Agreements

Collective security agreements allow many countries's politicians to shift the cost of national defense to...

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Why The Theory of Money and Credit Is More Important Than Ever

Eighty years ago, Mises's The Theory of Money and Credit first appeared in English. It remains one of the most...

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How Macroeconomic Data Encourages Government Intervention

Entrepreneurs need very specific information about their products, markets, customers, and profits. Government...

 Mises Weekends
Mises Weekends

Chris Casey: The Austrian Investor

Jeff Deist addresses the topic of Austrian investing with Chris Casey, Managing Director of WindRock Wealth Management.

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Our Enemy The Fed

Glenn Jacobs explains why understanding the Federal Reserve System is one of the most important tasks facing Americans.