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Crises and Cycles

BooksMarch 29, 2007
Röpke refutes Keynes before Keynes became popular, and also provides an argument against other prevailing theories.

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International Economic Disintegration

BooksMarch 28, 2007
Röpke explains how the world unraveled the 1930s from a combination of protectionism and monetary destruction.

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Men of Wealth: The Story of Twelve Significant Fortunes from the Renaissance to the Present Day

BooksMarch 24, 2007
The story of great fortunes made by the most notable men of wealth in history: Fugger , Law, Rothschild, Gresham, Owen, Vanderbilt, and all the way through Morgan and Rockefeller.

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The Value of Money

BooksMarch 21, 2007
Benjamin Anderson, in 1912, sets out to integrate monetary theory into a general theory of value.

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The Regulated Consumer

BooksMarch 13, 2007
Peterson discusses whether and to what extent product, safety, labor, communications, and other regulation helps or hinders the interest of the consumer.

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International Order and Economic Integration

BooksMarch 12, 2007
With great sincerity and passion Röpke explains how the old liberals of his generation came to reject war as a first principle, and then reject socialism as nothing but the domestication of the warfare state to economics.

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An Introduction to the Theory of Value

BooksMarch 12, 2007
This book was the first to introduce the core ideas of the Menger branch of Marginalist thought to English readers.

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God's Gold: The Story of Rockefeller and His Times

BooksMarch 9, 2007
John T. Flynn's classic and extraordinary full biography of John D. Rockefeller...

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The Economics of Illusion

BooksMarch 9, 2007
Hahn explodes many of Keynes's fallacies — and with great precision too, because, it turns out, Hahn himself once advanced these same fallacies before he saw their errors...

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The Essential Rothbard

BooksMarch 2, 2007
Here is the book for the Age of Rothbard, precisely the primer that is needed at a time when his influence—as the most radical and compelling intellectual force in the second half of the 20th century—is higher than during any time during his lifetime. And so this book is a landmark in...

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