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Frank Fetter and the Austrians

BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of Thought

Blog09/20/2018

Fetter is mostly neglected today, but he had a powerful influence on practically every Austrian economist in the first half of the 20th century.

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Nazis Were Not Marxists, but They Were Socialists

SocialismWorld HistoryOther Schools of Thought

Blog08/28/2018

Mises showed that the distinctions between Marxist and "Anti-Marxist" socialists are on the surface. Economically, they are united.

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Paul Krugman Learns the Wrong Lesson from Denmark

Big GovernmentSocialismOther Schools of Thought

Blog08/21/2018

Paul Krugman is right to praise Denmark, but he likes the one thing that they’re doing wrong and overlooks all the things they get right.

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Krugman Unwittingly Compliments Free Market Conservatives

Corporate WelfareFree MarketsOther Schools of Thought

Blog06/08/2018

Well look what happens if you actually call Krugman’s bluff and click on the link.

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The Absurdity of Keynesian Economics

Big GovernmentU.S. HistoryOther Schools of Thought

Blog06/05/2018

There is good reason to study Keynesianism: It helps us understand what the policymakers in government are likely to do in any given circumstance.

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The Broken Window

Other Schools of ThoughtPrivate Property

Blog05/30/2018

The broken-window fallacy, under a hundred disguises, is the most persistent in the history of economics. It is more rampant now than at any time in the past.

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Hayek’s Best Test of a Good Economist

Other Schools of Thought

Blog05/28/2018

For Hayek, "The fools are those who believe they know more than they do."

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Socialism Is No Longer a Dirty Word

SocialismOther Schools of Thought

Blog05/25/2018

Socialism has long led to pitting one group against another. But many younger taxpayers have yet to see the downside to this. 

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