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Indebted: How Families Make College Work at Any Cost

7 hours agoQuarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Jeffrey Degner reviews Caitlin Zaloom's Indebted: How Families Make College Work at Any Cost and finds that while the anthropological approach led to interesting anecdotes, Zaloom's economics fall short.
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Progressives and the Origins of the Economic "Consensus"

Blog10 hours ago

Why economics abandoned the analysis of human action in favor of Keynes-inspired math-centered economics.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Credit Crisis

06/02/2020Power & Market

When the Fed board meets next week, they'll like pick one of these three options. They're all bad, but some are downright ugly.

Richard Cobden: Exemplar of Liberty, Property, and Peace

Blog06/03/2020

Richard Cobden today is an underappreciated hero of peace and freedom in trade, and he fought the power of the state at every turn.

War for Hong Kong?

The United States has been trying to provoke China into a conflict for years. But Americans benefit far more from peace with China. We shouldn't fall for the state's latest hate campaign against foreigners.

The Moral Authority of the Lockdown Fetishists Is Gone. Thank the Protestors and Rioters.

06/02/2020Power & Market

The next time lockdown fetishists demand more coerced social distancing, many will say: "Social distancing didn't matter to these experts very much back during the protests in June. Why should we believe them now?"

Three Ways Lockdowns Paved the Way for These Riots

Blog06/02/2020

COVID lockdowns (1) threw millions out of work, (2) increased police harassment of peaceful people, (3) cut people off from key institutions that reduce social conflict. This made a volatile situation far worse.

Five Ways to Improve Social Media (and the Internet)

Blog06/02/2020

Social media platforms are indeed private firms and can publish or edit whatever they like—subject of course to the terms of service between the platform and users who generate content.

New York: The Corona Crisis Shows the Benefits of Localism Yet Again

Blog06/02/2020

COVID-19 is not really a "national" issue. It has affected different areas in very different ways.

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