Review: Capitalism in America: A History

U.S. History

5 hours agoQuarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Joakim Book reviews Greenspan and Wooldridge's 'Capitalism in America .' What could go wrong with a book from a former Fed chairman? Quite a lot!
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Donnie Gebert Explains That a Direct Republic is Now Possible

StrategyPolitical Theory

6 hours agoAudio/Video
Bob Murphy has a three-hour conversation with former Military Intelligence Sergeant, Donnie Gebert.
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Three Times the Price of Gold Collapsed — And Lessons for Today

Money and BanksGold StandardMoney and Banking

Blog8 hours ago

The gold price is heading up at the moment, but we can still learn a lot from three big collapses in the gold price which occurred after 1934.

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Per Bylund: ACT!

The EntrepreneurCapital and Interest TheoryEntrepreneurship

8 hours agoAudio/Video
Hunter Hastings and Per Bylund discuss how to apply Austrian Capital Theory in modern organizational design, contemporary business structure, and a high response business model.
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The ECB's Renewed Attack on Free Markets

Blog06/25/2019

The ECB isn't stopping with government bonds. It will end the current monetary experiment with widespread intervention in corporate debt and all aspects of the market, further destroying what freedom still exists in debt markets.

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The Economics of Healthcare: Market Failure or Faulty Models? (Part 1)

Health

06/24/2019Audio/Video
Accad and Koka discuss with Bob Murphy the common belief that healthcare is a sector plagued by “market failure”.
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Money-Supply Growth Remained Sluggish in May

Money Supply

Blog06/24/2019

Money supply growth inched up in May, rising slightly above March's and April's growth levels. But overall growth levels remain quite low compared to growth rates experienced from 2009 to 2016. March's growth rate, for examples, was at a 12-year (145-month) low.

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How Oberlin College Faculty Tried to Destroy a Small Business for Imaginary Crimes

Legal System

Blog06/24/2019

Oberlin College faculty openly encouraged and assisted students in destroying the property and livelihood of employees and owners at Gibson's Market. The college claimed this was "freedom of speech." A jury disagreed.

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How to Destroy a Civilization

World History

Blog06/24/2019

Modern Monetary Theory is the new thing among progressives. But it's been tried by many others, including the Roman dictators who ruined the Roman economy and had Rome falling apart before the barbarian invasions.

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