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A Foreign Policy of Freedom

BooksDecember 28, 2010
There is one and only one voice in Congress for a foreign policy of freedom, and it belongs to Ron Paul, who has stood alone for freedom for many years. Ron is the seemingly impossible: a voice for reason and truth in a den of thieves.

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Great Wars and Great Leaders: A Libertarian Rebuttal

BooksDecember 8, 2010
Ralph Raico — the great historian of classical liberalism — strips away the veneer of exalted leaders and beloved wars...

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The Tragedy of the Euro

BooksDecember 8, 2010
Bagus explains that the Euro is not what the older classical liberals had hoped for, but instead is a politically managed money that is destined for failure.

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Walk Away: The Rise and Fall of the Home-Ownership Myth

BooksNovember 18, 2010
This elegant and fact-filled book by Doug French examines the background to the case of "strategic default," or walking away from your home, and considers its implications from a variety of different perspectives...

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Building Blocks for Liberty

BooksNovember 1, 2010
One might see Building Blocks for Liberty as a bracing introduction to the power of libertarian logic to solve everyday problems.

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Politically Impossible?

BooksOctober 12, 2010
Should economists curb their rhetoric and prescriptions based on “political realities”? Should anyone attempt to conceal the truth about state intervention for fear of not fitting into the existing political culture?...

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Money: Sound and Unsound

BooksOctober 7, 2010
Salerno's book is sweeping and nearly comprehensive book on applied Austrian monetary theory...

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Gurtrude Coogan's Bluff by Gary North

Gertrude Coogan's Bluff: Greenback Populism as Conservative Economics

BooksSeptember 24, 2010
Gary North on the legacy of Gertrude Coogan and the 1880s Greenback Labor Party.

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I, Pencil

BooksAugust 31, 2010
First published in the December 1958 issue of the Freeman , "I, Pencil: My Family Tree as Told to Leonard E. Read" is written in the first person from the point of view of an Eberhard Faber pencil...

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