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The Man versus the State

Political Theory

06/15/1961Books
Spencer understands that freedom must also mean freedom from the state.

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Freedom and the Law

Legal SystemPolitical Theory

06/15/1961Books
Here we have an outstanding analysis of the relationship between law and freedom.

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Revolt on the Campus

U.S. HistoryPolitical Theory

05/27/1961Books
It was, for American Liberalism, the worst of times. The decade had begun well enough. A magistrate committed to Liberal doctrine, certified by Americans for Democratic Action, had assumed the leadership of the nation. The faculty of Harvard University had migrated, en bloc, to Washington. Programs...
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Planned Chaos

Calculation and Knowledge

04/01/1961Books
The title comes from Mises's description of the reality of central planning and socialism, whether of the national variety (Nazism) or the international variety (communism)...

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The Kohler Strike: Union Violence and Administrative Law

InterventionismProduction Theory

01/15/1961Books
This 1961 book by labor economist Sylvester Petro tells a story of the destruction of private property and freedom at the hands of unions.

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Inflation: Its Causes and Cures

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

06/17/1960Books
The objective of the present study is to give a rounded picture and to emphasize fundamental issues which seem in danger of being obscured by the great mass that has been and is being written on inflation.

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Essays in European Economic Thought

The EntrepreneurMoney and BanksEntrepreneurshipMoney and BankingMonopoly and CompetitionPhilosophy and Methodology

06/15/1960Books
In this 1960 volume, Louise Sommer brought together for the first time in English translation some of the most brilliant essays in economics written in Europe in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Scientism and Values

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

06/15/1960Books
"Scientism" is a term of criticism. In the realm of aesthetic creativity, the critic is usually a revered and accepted professional. But in the field of social science the man who suggests self-criticism and internal systematic doubt of what we are doing often invokes the scorn and wrath...
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This Bread is Mine

05/26/1960Books
From the author: A number of definitions of socialism are currently in vogue. Since there are various ways of defining this most important term, something other than a definition is in order. What is desirable is a framework of reference in which to set the definition. Conflicting definitions...
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