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Nobel Committee in Search of Economists

Mises DailyOctober 14, 2010
Even though these economists — especially Diamond — are very smart and productive, they and their colleagues have hardly helped the plight of the unemployed, as we stumble ever deeper into depression.

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The Search for the "Good Society"

Mises DailyNovember 29, 2010
The connotation of unreality that the word has acquired follows from the fact that every utopia ignores the central operating lever of man: he seeks to satisfy his desires with the least expenditure of effort.

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No Such Thing as a Free Search

Mises DailyJuly 29, 2009
There's no such thing as a free search. But there are a group of professionals out there driving the price as low as possible, and they certainly earn my admiration...

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Searching for America's Next Enemy

Mises DailyJuly 17, 2006
There will be no more important bilateral relationship over the next century than that between the United States and China. Much depends on the ability of the two nations to overcome cultural and political differences to cooperate peacefully. The first step in doing so is for America not to go to...

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In Search of a Basis for Freedom

Mises DailySeptember 29, 2004
Bruce Ramsey reports on his visit to a seminar conducted by Jeffrey Friedman of Barnard College. "The first day at Princeton has been a hosing-down."

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Great Search for the Mises Institute!

BlogApril 5, 2008
March was a record-breaking month for the Mises Institute and goodsearch.com. Your 1430 searches and $12.25 good shopping led to an all-time high monthly donation of $26.55. So far in less than two years...

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Finally, at long last, you can search the blog and only the blog

BlogFebruary 7, 2008

A blog this huge and old has trouble finding a viable native search. Google helped us with a cool new widget on the sidebar to the right. Try it out and see what you think.

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Search For Liberty

BlogMay 29, 2007

In the past, I have mentioned the fact that one can donate to the Mises Institute by using ...

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"The issue has caught Congress's eye, as it searches for revenue sources."

BlogJune 14, 2007

When you need the dough to fund your welfare, war, political favors, corporatocracy, assorted government agencies, the hiring of new agents for the state, and other assorted crookery, where do you turn? To the economics and finance genius,...

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Support Through Search

BlogDecember 14, 2006
GoodSearch.com has begun to send out checks to the various charities that have been designated by individuals utilizing their search engine. The Mises Institute blew away the minimum threshold so the check is in the mail. Please continue to support LVMI...

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Strip Searching the Inmates

BlogSeptember 25, 2006

WorldNetDaily.com is reporting that the House has passed a bill that appears to allow strip searches of public school students in order to "ensure that classrooms, school buildings, school property and students...

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Support The Mises Institute While You Search The Internet

BlogJune 8, 2006
GoodSearch.com will send a percentage of their ad revenue to the Mises Institute every time you use their search engine. You don't have to click on ads. You don't have to pay anything. Just select the Mises Institute and search. You can even track the amount...

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You Can Pay to Avoid Searches

BlogDecember 30, 2004

This CNN article explains that the TSA has a test program in which it issues cards to frequent fliers who volunteer for a background check. This allows such fliers to bypass the usual airport searches. Right...

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Commanding Heights and Google Searches

BlogMay 14, 2003

Arizona Republic columnist Russ Wiles makes mention of the Austrian School in his review of the PBS documentary Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy. By the way, the best means for...

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Austrian Job Search Ends in Suicide

BlogOctober 29, 2003

The newest addition to our collection of  cafe songs of the Mises Circle in interwar Vienna. This one is sung to the familiar tune by R. Schumann.

 

Dei Grenznutzenschule ...

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The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science p. 22

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It would be vain to search for a rule if there were no regularity.

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When Steelers Steal

Mises DailyJuly 3, 2014
In a free economy, firms threatened with competition often respond by searching for ways to increase efficiencies and improving on economies of scale and scope.

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Omnipotent Government p. 147

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Nazi economists wasted much time in searching the genealogical tree of Carl Menger for Jewish ancestors; they did not succeed.

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The Libertarian Tradition

The Ambiguous Utopias of Ursula K. Le Guin and Samuel R. Delany

Audio/VideoApril 7, 2011
LeGuin, in The Dispossessed, and Delany, in Triton, explore various social arrangements in the search for happiness through the genre of utopian science fiction novels.

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