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Big GovernmentBooms and BustsThe FedU.S. Economy

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

The FedMoney and BanksU.S. HistoryMoney and Banking

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

InterventionismProduction Theory

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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Hamilton's Curse

Big GovernmentU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory

Professor Thomas DiLorenzo shows that Hamilton is the architect of most of today's failed economic policies: protectionism, central banking, and debt...

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Inclined To Liberty: The Futile Attempt to Suppress the Human Spirit

Political Theory

Famed investor and businessman Louis Carabini ​— the founder of Monex ​— wrote this book to answer the critics of the free market in a way that they could understand and accept...

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The Ethics of Money Production

Gold StandardMoney and Banking

This is the first full study of a critically important issue today: the ethics of money production.

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Profit and Loss


Mises explains how cost accounting is the critical institution that ferrets out social waste, ensures that resources are directed to their most highly valued ends, and how entrepreneurs respond to price signals.

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Deflation and Liberty

Money and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking

This monograph addresses a critically important issue: the prevailing view that deflation (falling prices and/or falling money stock) is a catastrophe that must be stopped.

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Bagels, Barry Bonds, and Rotten Politicians

BiographiesMedia and Culture

Burton Blumert offers his wide-ranging insights in this funny, charming, and also learned collection of essays from many years of writing.

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