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Connor Boyak

Connor Boyack

PROFILE

Connor Boyack founded the Libertas Institute in 2011 and serves as its president. Previous to Libertas, Connor served as director of the Utah Tenth Amendment Center. He is the author of several books, including the...

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Bourbon for Breakfast

BooksJune 3, 2010
The state makes a mess of everything it touches.

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Jeffrey M. Herbener

Jeffrey M. Herbener

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Jeffrey Herbener teaches economics at Grove City College and is chairman of the economics department. He is assistant editor of the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics.

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It's a Jetsons World: Private Miracles and Public Crimes

BooksJune 23, 2011
The products of digital capitalism are amazing, astounding, beyond belief.

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13. The Glories of Change

Audio/VideoFebruary 8, 2012
Part 2: "Commerce" Narrated by Steven Ng...

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24. Authors: Beware of Copyright

Audio/VideoFebruary 8, 2012
Part 3: "Technology" Narrated by Steven Ng...

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Interviews

Current Market Conditions: 13 Oct. 2008

Audio/VideoOctober 14, 2008
Jeffrey Tucker interviews Frank Shostak. Recorded 13 October 2008. [13:26]

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Current Market Conditions: 13 Oct. 2008

Audio/VideoOctober 14, 2008
Jeffrey Tucker interviews Roger Garrison. Recorded 13 October 2008. [22:52]

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13. The Olive Bar, the State, and Rule Ambiguity

Audio/VideoDecember 15, 2011
Narrated by Stefan Molyneux. Part II: "Free Association, Peace, and Plenty"...

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The Pure Time-Preference Theory of Interest

BooksDecember 16, 2011
Herbener felshes-out the pure time-preference theory of interest.

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The Meaning of Ludwig von Mises

BooksAugust 10, 2010
This collection of essays is both a restatement and extension of the major contributions of Mises in epistemology, history, econom­ics, and political philosophy. Mises began constructing the high ground on the foundation provided by Carl Menger and Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk...

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Men Against the State: The Expositers of Individualist Anarchism in America, 1827-1908

BooksJune 13, 2009
The names are tragically lost to history: Benjamin Tucker, Josiah Warren, Lysander Spooner, J.K. Ingalls, among many others. They were thinkers and activists, not mere protesters or political dissidents. They had a positive agenda centered on the confidence that whatever kind of world would emerge...

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Individual Liberty

BooksOctober 13, 2009
Probably no agitation has ever attained the magnitude, either in the number of its recruits or the area of its influence, which has been attained by Modern Socialism, and at the same time has been so little understood and so misunderstood not only by the hostile and the indifferent, but by the...

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Duncombe's Free Banking

BooksMay 27, 2009
From the author: If you desire to perpetuate republican institutions in the United States; if you have studied the political history of our country, and become thoroughly acquainted with the elementary principles of our government; and if you have made yourselves familiar with political and public...

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Confessions of a Capitalist

BooksJune 5, 2009
From the author: Three things may be said about this book upon which there must, I think, be general agreement, and I mention them to save my critics trouble. The first is that the book is in bad taste, dealing as it does with matters which, by common consent, are not usually written or talked...

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The Theory of Prices: A Re-Examination of the Central Problems of Monetary Theory, Vol. II

BooksSeptember 3, 2009
From the author: In the first volume of this work, I set myself the task of welding into a single, unified organon the disparate, and often apparently contradictory, analytical approaches to certain "central problems of monetary theory." In the present volume, I have set myself the task...

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The Economics of Enterprise

BooksJune 16, 2009
From the author: In questions of economic theory the writer conceives himself, as among his colleagues of the craft, to be in essentials rather a conservative than an innovator. The Socialists, indeed — with whom he disclaims all theoretical sympathies — seem to him to be the ultra-...

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The Book of Peace

BooksMarch 31, 2008
Originally published in 1845, this is a collection of sixty-four essays by a variety of authors and from a wide range of viewpoints on the subjects of war and peace.

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America's Second Crusade

BooksMarch 16, 2010
Was World War II a failure? It is an unthinkable thought in the American political ethos. but noted American journalist and author William Henry Chamberlin dares think it, from the vantage point of the immediate postwar world of 1950.

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