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A Tiger by the Tail

BooksApril 21, 2009
Thanks to Economist Sudha Shenoy, here is the book on Keynesian economics that Hayek never wrote.

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The Privatization of Roads and Highways

BooksApril 8, 2009
Walter Block's remarkable treatise on private roads will cause you to rethink the way modern transportation networks operate...

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Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression and the New Deal

BooksMarch 31, 2009
Robert Murphy dissects the real history here with facts, analysis, clear prose, suggestions for further reading, fantastic quotations from all the main players, and even when he is discussing complicated data, he never leaves the reader behind.

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Mises in America

BooksMarch 20, 2009
The great essayist and economist pens a tribute to his colleague and teacher.

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Panderer to Power

BooksMarch 8, 2009
Greenspan's career is summed up in the title, Panderer to Power . This has been his modus operandi his entire life. At each critical juncture, he chose to chase fame and control rather than principle and freedom. For this reason, the book is not only a wonderful financial analysis; it makes for...

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Libertad O Socialismo (Liberty or Socialism)

BooksMarch 6, 2009
oppe combines the Austrian School of economics, Aristotelian-Thomistic natural law, and a foreign policy of non-intervention into a systematic defense of human freedom.

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The Left, the Right, and the State

BooksFebruary 12, 2009
Lew Rockwell's new manifesto is a clarion call — creative and thought-provoking on every page — for a principled liberty in our time...

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Meltdown

BooksFebruary 9, 2009
Tom Woods covers the problem of housing subsidies, of low interest loans, of the absurdities of the boom times, and how it was inevitable that they would come to an end. He puts the fault right where it belongs : with the government and the central bank.

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The Origins of the Federal Reserve

BooksFebruary 8, 2009
The Fed did not originate as a policy response to national need. It was founded by two groups of elites: government officials and large financial and banking interests.

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The Strike-Threat System

BooksJanuary 1, 2009
Hutt argues that it is not the strike but the strike threat that makes unions so incredibly costly to American prosperity.

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