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What Romance Can Tell Us About Government Regulation

InterventionismPrivate Property

When it comes to romantic relationships, people ruthlessly discriminate and make an endless number of subjective judgments. Most agree that it is absurd to regulate these relationships while not realizing that the same is true of all business relationships as well, writes Julian Adorney . This...
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War and the Government Control of Money

Big GovernmentCorporate WelfareMoney and BanksWar and Foreign Policy

Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 10 April 2014. Includes an introduction by Mark Thornton.
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William Boyes: From Mainstream Academia to Unrepentant Rothbardian

BiographiesEducationOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

Boyes shares the perspective on someone who was once a Keynesian in mainstream academia, but who is now a dedicated Austrian.
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When I Was Six

BiographiesEducationPhilosophy and Methodology

The 2015 Murray N. Rothbard Memorial Lecture.
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War Making and Class Conflict

War and Foreign Policy

Adapted from “ Imperialism and the Logic of War Making .” War is the outcome of class conflict inherent in the political relationship — the relationship between ruler and ruled, parasite and producer, tax-consumer and taxpayer. The parasitic class makes war with purpose and deliberation in order to...
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What A Divided Berlin Still Teaches Us Today

World HistoryPolitical Theory

Berlin provides us with an example that comes as close to that of a controlled social experiment as one could probably hope to get, writes Hans Hoppe. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Keith Hocker.
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Woodrow Wilson’s Faith in War

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

Malcolm D. Magee's new book on Woodrow Wilson examines a much-neglected topic: the role of Wilson's religion in his enthusiasm for war and his goal to “conquer, convert, and change the nations.” This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Dianna Keiler.
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Why The Theory of Money and Credit Is More Important Than Ever

Money and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking

Eighty years ago, Mises's The Theory of Money and Credit first appeared in English. It remains one of the most important books on money and inflation penned in the twentieth century, and it still offers the clearest analysis and understanding of booms and busts, inflations and depressions, writes...
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World War I in Our Minds: A Historical View

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Historian Hunt Tooley examines the turning points in how the world sees the Great War.
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War, Politics, and Money: Some Economic Aspects of America’s Crusades Since 1900

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

From the session on "The Changing and Permanent War Parties," presented at the Austrian Economics Research Conference. Recorded 23 March 2013 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama.
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