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With your support, the Mises Institute can send Mises U students home with a stack of Austrian classics. Help our students further their radical education before they have to return to their democratic socialist classrooms!

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Group interests and the ‘good of the whole’

Progressives promote civil rights viewpoints as being “good for the whole” of society. Yet most of the modern civil rights movements and accompanying legislation simply promote the “good” of one group at the expense of others.
Wanjiru Njoya
What Has Government Done to Our Money?
In the last few years, many Americans have started to see the truth about the Federal Reserve. Putting this book in their hands at this moment will have a profound effect for the better.
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Auburn, Alabama

The Mises University application deadline has been extended to June 24. Mises University is the world's leading instructional program in the Austrian School of economics.

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Auburn, Alabama

Virtual Mises University is the online counterpart to the Mises University conference and can be attended by anyone.

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Washington, DC

The Ron Paul Scholars Seminar is a one-day, interactive foreign policy and civil liberties “boot camp,” with lectures from some of the most thoughtful pro-liberty/pro-peace experts.

Virtual

In September 2024, undergraduate students will have an opportunity to participate in the Fall Mises Book Club, a program that promotes deep reading in Austrian economics.

Economics for Beginners

The Costs of the Progressives

Progressivism

The battle between American individualism and modern progressive collectivism.
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