Was John Brown Sane?

U.S. History

Blog2 hours ago
John Brown was a man driven by religious fanaticism and grandiose ideas. But his sanity, at least clinically speaking, seems to have been in place.

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Do Graduate Degrees Produce Value?

Blog12/13/2017
The case for not taxing tuition waivers is the same as the case for not taxing anything else. There's nothing magical about graduate degrees.

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The Propaganda War Against Capitalism

EducationMedia and Culture

Blog12/13/2017

The most popular method of deprecating capitalism is to make it responsible for every condition which is considered unsatisfactory.

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From Direct Democracy to Centralization: the Swiss Health Care Experiment

Blog12/13/2017
The Swiss health care system is slowly becoming more centralized and state-controlled.

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Kansas Bleeds

U.S. History

12/13/2017Audio/Video
In this episode, Chris Calton describes the erupting tensions between pro-slavery and anti-slavery settlers and politicians.

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No Neutral Ground: The Problem of Net Neutrality

Bureaucracy and RegulationPrices

Blog12/13/2017
If one likes the internet's remarkable evolution to this point, it seems odd to assert that now is the moment to freeze it through government action.

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Entrepreneurship: Kirzner vs. Mises

EntrepreneurshipHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog12/12/2017
Mises conceives of the entrepreneur as the uncertainty-bearer. For Kirzner, entrepreneurship becomes reduced to the quality of alertness.

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Chile’s "Failed" Neoliberal Reform Is Looking Pretty Good

Global EconomyWorld History

Blog12/12/2017
Chile is getting richer faster than other countries from Latin America. If this is a “crisis,” other nations should hope for a similar fate.

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