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The Economics of Prohibition

December 1, 1991
It is conventional wisdom that alcohol prohibition failed, but the economic reasons for this failure have never been as extensively detailed or analyzed as they are in this study by Mark Thornton.

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Two Essays by Ludwig von Mises

August 10, 1991
In these two essays, Mises demonstrates how poverty, starvation, disease, and serfdom dominated the pre-capitalist ages, and how the market brought liberation for the masses of men, and he lays out his theory that interventionism breeds on itself

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The Economics of Liberty

August 30, 1990
This collection of short, entertaining, and educational articles exposes how government interference with the economy violates individual liberty, leads to inefficiencies, and rewards special interests.

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Praxeology and Understanding: An Analysis of the Controversy in Austrian Economics

July 28, 1990
George Selgin argues that what Mises called praxeology is ultimately rooted in a conception of economic logic that is undeniable and not subject to the claims of those who would extend the idea of "subjectivism" beyond its appropriate bounds...

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Economic Freedom and Interventionism

July 20, 1990
This volume publishes 47 of Mises's most difficult-to-find speeches, small essays, and reviews—all written for a popular audience during his American years...

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Taxpayers in Revolt: Tax Resistance During the Great Depression

December 10, 1989
David Beito has brought to light a remarkable and previously unknown chapter of the Great Depression: its tax revolts.

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A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism

December 1, 1988
Hoppe argues that there are only two possible archetypes in economic affairs: socialism and capitalism.

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The Free Market Reader

August 29, 1988
One of the best introductions to libertarian/free market thought and is "straightforward, logical, and fun."...

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