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Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century

Big GovernmentPolitical Theory

06/28/2010Books
This book shows how state nullification has been used on behalf of free speech and free trade, and against unconstitutional searches and seizures, federalization of the militia for offensive purposes, the prospect of military conscription, and the worst outrages of the fugitive-slave laws.
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Bourbon for Breakfast

Big Government

06/03/2010Books
The state makes a mess of everything it touches.

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Towards a Theoretical Framework for British and International Economic History: Early Modern England

Global EconomyWorld History

06/03/2010Books
This mighty treatise is probably the first full Austrian treatment of development economics, with a model carved out of the writings of Menger, Mises, and Hayek.

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Libertarianism Today

Media and CulturePolitical Theory

06/01/2010Books
Libertarianism Today shows that libertarianism is spreading in academia, in the culture, in the media, and in politics. Indeed, it has become the most potent resistance movement of our time. He also offers a compelling defense of libertarian doctrine as well, so that someone who has never heard...
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Liberty Quotes: Peace and Prosperity

Media and CultureAustrian Economics OverviewPolitical Theory

05/26/2010Books
A collection of historical, philosophical, political and legal quotations, assembled by Christopher Kalabus.
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The Capitalist and the Entrepreneur: Essays on Organizations and Markets

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

05/05/2010Books
Klein rehabilitates and expands the classical concept of the entrepreneur as a judgmental decision-maker, linking the capitalist-investor and the entrepreneur-promoter.

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Pearl Harbor: The Seeds and Fruits of Infamy

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

05/01/2010Books
Greaves blows the top off a 70-year Pearl Harbor cover-up, reporting for the first time on long-suppressed interviews, documents, and corroborated evidence.

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The Viennese School of Economics: A History of its Ideas, Proponents, and Institutions

Austrian Economics Overview

03/13/2010Books
The Viennese School of Economics, also called the Austrian School of Economics, was founded by Carl Menger in Vienna during the last third of the 19th century, and enjoys to this day a vibrant teaching tradition. Since the early 1900s this teaching tradition has been a significant influence on the...

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Ludwig von Mises on Money and Inflation

Money and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking

03/11/2010Books
Some of Mises's lectures, which provide a glimpse into the workings of an incredible mind on a topic that is crucial to our future...

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Elementary Lessons in Logic

Calculation and KnowledgePhilosophy and Methodology

03/09/2010Books
Logic may be most briefly defined as the Science of Reasoning. It is more commonly defined, however, as the Science of the Laws of Thought, and some logicians think it desirable to specify still more accurately that it is the Science of the Formal, or of the Necessary Laws of Thought. Before these...

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