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Bulls, Bears, and Beyond: In Depth with James Grant

U.S. HistoryBusiness Cycles

02/25/2021The Austrian
"The Fed is arsonist and fireman all rolled up into one," says James Grant in the latest issue of The Austrian.
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Community and Civil Society Over State

Decentralization and SecessionPolitical Theory

02/12/2021The Austrian
Raghuram Rajan has written a surprising book calling for strengthening of the local, “proximate,” community.
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Let Slip the Dogs of Secession

U.S. HistoryPolitical Theory

11/30/2020The Austrian
Secession and division are hot topics today. With red and blue states deeply at odds, subsidiarity may replace ideology as the great political issue of the twenty-first century in America.
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Un-woke

Interviews

11/30/2020The Austrian
Rectenwald comes from the Left, and spent years mired in postmodernism, Bolshevism, and socialist literary circles. Today he is a voracious writer of books and strong social critic of that same Left.
Formats
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The Path to Victory

SocialismStrategy

11/30/2020The Austrian
We cannot retreat or give in to quietism; we cannot seek favor via compromise with the academic establishment or mainstream media outlets; and we cannot hitch our wagon to politicians or campaigns. Our virtue lies in speaking the truth.
Formats
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Comedy vs. the State

Media and Culture

10/21/2020The Austrian
Nobody in popular culture challenges the official narratives with humor and derision quite like comic Dave Smith.
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America at the Point of No Return

Media and Culture

10/20/2020The Austrian
Anton’s rhetorical talents are remarkable, and I urge everyone to read his book.
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Monetary Policy Flapping in the Wind

Monetary Theory

09/15/2020The Austrian
Professor Stephanie Kelton is the leading light of a bizarre proposal known as modern monetary theory. Government deficits are a “myth,” because they don’t matter, because they never need to be repaid. Gordon disabuses this magical thinking.
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2020: The 1960s Redux?

ProgressivismU.S. History

09/11/2020The Austrian
Amity Shlaes has read Mises and the Austrians, and understands property as the foundation for civilization. She is an expert on the criminally underrated Calvin Coolidge, and a devastating critic of Hoover and FDR’s Great Society schemes. Shlaes is the rare historian who understands economics.
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The Left Gets Capitalism Wrong. Yet Again

Political Theory

06/03/2020The Austrian
The book’s main thesis can be summarized as: The choice the world faces is between two varieties of capitalism, liberal meritocratic and political. America is the foremost example of the first of these, and China of the second.
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