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9. The War of 1812 and Its Aftermath

Audio/VideoApril 15, 2010
From Part I of A History of Money and Banking in the United States: The Colonial Era to World War II : "The History of Money and Banking Before the Twentieth Century". Narrated by Matthew Mezinskis...

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4. The Great War and Its Aftermath

Audio/VideoJuly 25, 2007
Lecture 4 of 10 from The Life, Times, and Work of Ludwig von Mises , a George and Joele Eddy Seminar.

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War and Responsibility: Constitutional Lessons of Vietnam and Its Aftermath, by John Ely

JournalsApril 1, 1996
As I write these lines, an American soldier, no doubt the first of many to come, has been killed while taking part in the American "peacekeeping" mission in Bosnia. Many in Congress, as well as most of the Republican candidates for President,...

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Failure of Bolshevism and Its Aftermath

Journals
Judged by its announced goals, Bolshevism failed. The question arises whether its failure did not simply prove the traditional Marxists correct: Russia was "not yet ripe" for socialism. It is not self-evident, however, that more advanced industry would be "more ripe." If any...

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Theory of Money and Fiduciary Media

BooksMarch 13, 2013
Edited by Jörg Guido Hülsmann, the essays here presented provide insights for understanding the economic crises of our own time.

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The State: Its History and Development Viewed Sociologically

BooksNovember 8, 2009
Oppenheimer dismantles the social-contract view of the state as it had been advanced by most thinkers since the Enlightenment. He seeks to replace that view with a realistic assessment of the state: a victorious group of bandits who rule over the defeated group with the purpose of domination and...

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The Gold Standard and Its Future

BooksJanuary 27, 2010
This book was originally written almost immediately after the suspension of the gold standard in Great Britain, and its general tone was, of course, profoundly influenced by that event, the full consequences of which could not be foreseen at the time.

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Capital and Its Structure

BooksJuly 20, 2005
Lachmann's his most lasting contribution to economic theory.

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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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The Free Market and Its Enemies: Pseudo-Science, Socialism, and Inflation

BooksMarch 25, 2009
None of us have the chance to study directly under Mises as classroom lecturer, but this book gets us as close to that ideal as is possible.

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Liberty: A Path to Its Recovery

BooksMay 28, 2009
Here is Harper's early manifesto (1949), in which he reveals a sophisticated understanding of free markets and freedom...

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The Free Market and Its Enemy

BooksMarch 15, 2009
Read explores "the miraculous workings of tiny creativities, the ultimate constituents of the free market..."...

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Inflation: Its Causes and Cures

BooksJuly 17, 2009
The objective of the present study is to give a rounded picture and to emphasize fundamental issues which seem in danger of being obscured by the great mass that has been and is being written on inflation.

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The Austrian School of Economics: A History of Its Ideas, Ambassadors, and Institutions

BooksFebruary 24, 2011
A guide to the history, ideas, and institutions of the Austrian School of economics written by two Austrian intellectuals who have gone to the sources themselves to provide a completely new look at the tradition and what it means for the future.

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Money: Its Connection with Rising and Falling Prices

BooksJanuary 27, 2010
Many economic principles can be dealt with best in the first place on the assumption that when a change is observed in the price of a particular commodity or service it means a change of value peculiar to that one kind of commodity or service, and is not merely a part of a general change in the...

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The Viennese School of Economics: A History of its Ideas, Proponents, and Institutions

BooksMarch 13, 2010
The Viennese School of Economics, also called the Austrian School of Economics, was founded by Carl Menger in Vienna during the last third of the 19th century, and enjoys to this day a vibrant teaching tradition. Since the early 1900s this teaching tradition has been a significant influence on the...

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The Rate of Interest: Its Nature, Determination, and Relation to Economic Phenomena

BooksMarch 11, 2011
The problem of interest has engaged the attention of writers for two thousand years, and of economists since economics began. And yet, with the exception of what has been accomplished by Rae, Bohm-Bawerk, Landry, and some others, very little progress has been made toward a satisfactory solution.

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How Diplomats Make War

BooksNovember 22, 2007
This historic book is the first revisionist account of the origins of World War I to appear in English.

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The Economic Causes of War

BooksAugust 10, 2010
Robbins' analysis here presented has still a place in the rational discussion of the possible causes of war.

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War Collectivism

BooksMay 16, 2012
More than any other single period, World War I was the critical watershed for the American business system.

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