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Origins of Money

Dinero y BancosIntroducción a la Economía AustriacaTeoría del Capital y el InterésFilosofía y Metodología

Carl Menger, from his classic treatise, on the origins of the means of payment. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Floy Lilley.
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Our Enemy, the State

Gran GobiernoMedios y CulturaTeoría Política

If we look beneath the surface of our public affairs, we can discern one fundamental fact, namely, a great redistribution of power between society and the State. This is the fact that interests the student of civilization, writes Albert Jay Nock (1870–1945). This audio Mises Daily is narrated by...
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Oil, Socialism, and 'There Will Be Blood'

John Hamilton presents Oil, Socialism, and 'There Will Be Blood'. From the 2009 ASC Panel: Sociology of Social Change.
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Open Letter from One Non-Economist to Another

Economía de EEUUValor e Intercambio

Through your commentary, you provide intellectual cover for a system and structure of power that does not deserve your support. Would you consider that the truth may be vastly different from what you have come to accept as fact? Government's role in regulating this system of human interactions has...
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On the Impossibility of Limited Government and the Prospects for a Second American Revolution

Historia de EEUUGuerra y Política ExteriorFilosofía y MetodologíaSubjetivismo

At the outset of the American "experiment," the tax burden was light. Money was gold and silver. The definition of private property was clear and seemingly immutable, and the right to self-defense was sacrosanct. No standing army existed, and a firm commitment to free trade and a noninterventionist...
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