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Sterling T. Terrell

Sterling Terrell is a freelance writer who writes on commodities, economics, public policy, and culture for various public outlets. His articles have been published by Cotton Grower Magazine, Taki's Magazine, and American Thinker, among others. He publishes at SterlingTerrell.net.

Mauritius: A Glimmer of African Freedom

Mises DailyJanuary 26, 2011
The burgeoning economy of Mauritius stands out by being ranked 12th by the Heritage Foundation on their 2011 Index of Economic Freedom — just below Chile and just above Luxembourg. The index ranks nations based on freedom in categories such as business, taxes, money, finance, and labor.

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The Story of Stuff

Mises DailyAugust 31, 2010
In her claimed "ten years of study," all Annie Leonard learned how to do was be an environmental alarmist, political hack, and liar. How sad...

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Economics Is … Easy

Mises DailyJuly 14, 2010
I will continue to repeat that all people will be made better off in the long run by lowering taxes, easing regulations, stopping fiscal-policy interventions, and not giving the state the power to print fiat money.

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Dear Department Chairman

Mises DailyMarch 30, 2010
Then you may boast that you are the only school in the nation that offers any formal study of such economics based in deduction.

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Fiscal Policy, Redux

Mises DailyDecember 31, 2009
"Taxing away a person's ability to fulfill his own wants and then providing him with things he may not care about makes him worse off."...

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