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Understanding Inequality Requires Much More Than Calling Everything Racist

Blog6 hours ago

To offer a semblance of solidarity with the working class, wealthy leftists have substituted identity politics for class conflict, and attempted to recast economic problems as problems of racism or bigotry.  

What Is Fascism? It's the System We've Been Living under for Decades.

Fascism is the system of government that cartelizes the private sector, centrally plans the economy, exalts the police state, denies fundamental liberties to individuals, and makes the executive state the unlimited master of society.

Guido Hülsmann on The Ethics of Money Production

01/15/2021Mises Media

There is no better work to explain the broader implications of central banking which go almost totally unremarked in the financial press than The Ethics of Money Production.

A World without Political Leaders?

Blog01/15/2021

Manent insists that if political leaders don’t lead society, we will have a society that isn’t led by political leaders. So what?

How Government Policy Reduces Fertility

Blog01/15/2021

Government policy now ensures that the benefits of children are socialized, while the cost of raising children remains private. If you wanted to reduce families, you couldn’t think of anything better.

Carl Menger and the Sesquicentennial Founding of the Austrian School

Blog01/14/2021

With his Principles of Economics Carl Menger not only laid the foundation for the Austrian school itself but for its continuing development to this day.

The Upside of Lockdowns: More Saving

Blog01/14/2021

Rothbard: "At the outset of every step forward on the road to a more plentiful existence is saving….Without saving and capital accumulation there could not be any striving toward nonmaterial ends."

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