The Money Supply Is Never Too Small

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog11/21/2018

The idea that money must grow in order to sustain economic growth gives the impression that money somehow sustains economic activity. But this has never been true.

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The Coming Bankruptcy of the American Empire

11/21/2018Power & Market

No matter what, U.S. troops are coming home. Better it be our decision than that of our debt collectors.

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Indians and the Confederacy, Part 2: The Cherokee Nation

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

11/21/2018Audio/Video
Chris Calton recounts the division of the Cherokee nation into those who favored the Union and those who wanted to ally with the Confederacy.
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Mises Predicted the "Meat Tax"

Blog11/21/2018

The prohibitionist impulse is widespread among politicians, whether it involves alcohol, drugs, sugar or meat.

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Latin America Has Fewer Guns, But More Crime

Bureaucracy and RegulationLegal System

Blog11/20/2018

Contrary to myth, Latin America has relatively few civilian-owned guns — either legal or illegal. But this hasn't prevented enduring high rates of violent crime.

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13 Illustrations of the Benevolence of Capitalism

U.S. EconomyCapital and Interest TheoryMonopoly and CompetitionProduction TheoryValue and Exchange

11/20/2018Mises Daily Articles
If allowed to function freely, capitalism is hard-wired to distribute resources to as many people as possible at affordable prices. You don't have to be rich to participate in the bounty.
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The True Costs (and Unseen Benefits) of Bitcoin Mining

Money and Banks

Blog11/20/2018

Claims that private-money production is too expensive usually ignore the many costs of a government-controlled money system.

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The Economist Promoting Austrian Economics in Venezuela

EducationSocialismAustrian Economics Overview

Blog11/20/2018

Dr. Daniel Lahoud has single-handedly introduced hundreds of Venezuelan students to the ideas of Mises and Hayek. 

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