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The Collapse of America's Health Care Industry

Mark Thornton explains why Obamacare is simply one more step along the road to health care serfdom. Thornton is a...

Mises U 2012

Hayek and Friedman: Head to Head

This lecture by Roger Garrison was presented at the 2012 Mises University in Auburn, Alabama.

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Europe Joins the QE Party

The European Central Bank is ramping up its easy-money policies in an effort to spur inflation, which it hopes will...

The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
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Money: How the Destruction of the Dollar Threatens the Global Economy—and What We Can Do About It by Steve Forbes and Elizabeth Ames

Money is an odd book. “Moderation” in the use of a bad measure is no virtue. If cyanide is poison, “...

Daily article january 30 secondary 2015
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Post Mortem on the Swiss Franc’s Euro-Peg

The Swiss central bank's decision to let the Swiss franc find its market value (compared to the euro) was...

Dan Mitchell on Mises Weekends
Mises Weekends

Dan Mitchell: The Immoral US Tax Regime

Taxes sound like a boring subject, but Dan brings great energy and passion to the subject.

Daily article january 30 2015
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Secession Begins at Home

The most realistic plan for increasing freedom and free markets is not to vainly hope for a libertarian takeover of DC...

Daily article january 29 2015
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How Free Markets Enhance Freedom of Choice

Our daily lives are determined by our choices as individual economic actors. When governments intervene in our personal...

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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.