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Deneen's Common Good Statism

DemocracyFree Markets

09/05/2023The Austrian
Culture warrior Patrick Deneen takes on the free market and its traditions. Neither of which he understands well.
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Destructive Egalitarianism?

Book ReviewsMedia and CultureOld Right

12/01/2022The Austrian
Kendall shares Murray Rothbard’s antipathy for elite dominance, and sees the Left’s phony push for equality as nothing more than an attempt to install themselves as leaders of a revolutionary social order. Kendall is not for liberty and natural law, but this book is interesting and vital.
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Debunking Fossil Fuel Hysteria: An Interview with Alex Epstein

The EnvironmentInterviewsStrategy

10/01/2022The Austrian
Energy from fossil fuels, Epstein explains, is part of human civilization and our entire material existence. He shows how the growing movement to restrict or even ban the use of oil, natural gas, and coal is not only delusional but also profoundly antihuman.
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Did Tariffs Make America Great?

Money and BanksU.S. HistoryMonetary Theory

09/08/2016The Austrian
Economists Stephen Cohen and Bradford DeLong are spouting an unfortunate amount of enthusiasm for Alexander Hamilton's corporatist economics.
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Democracy Has Been Weaponized

War and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryPolitical Theory

02/24/2016The Austrian
Mass democracy, as its nineteenth-century liberal opponents foretold, devolves into a contest of contending forces, motivated by corrupt self interest.
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Discrimination in the Marketplace

InterventionismPrivate Property

04/30/2015The Austrian
FedEx and UPS recently announced they will not deliver some goods that can be used to make guns. These companies should be free to do this, just as all owners should be free to decide with whom they will do business.
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Death and Taxes in the Netflix Series Marco Polo

Media and CultureWorld History

03/19/2015The Austrian
The new Netflix series Marco Polo might have descended into a forgettable story of palace intrigue, but it fortunately explores far more interesting themes of family, loyalty, and how the state demands everyone sell out his values a little more every day.
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