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Accent On The Right

BiographiesPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

01/11/1968Books
Read explores an array of themes such as the sources of human progress, the political consequences of not thinking for one’s self, and finding what is right and wrong.
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After Seven Years

BiographiesPolitical Theory

10/20/1939Books
Written by an adviser to FDR who helped assemble the president's "brain trust", After Seven Years is a must-read for anyone claiming to be a student of the New Deal. Written in the midst of man-made economic calamity, Moley supplies an insider's account of the twists and turns in policy responses...
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Against Intellectual Property

Legal SystemPrivate Property

07/28/2008Books
Would a libertarian society recognize patents as legitimate? What about copyright? Stephan Kinsella — a patent attorney of many years’ experience — offers his response to these questions.
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Against the Tide

World History

01/01/1969Books
Wilhelm Röpke defends sounds money, free trade, and attacks welfare.
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America's Great Depression

The FedU.S. EconomyU.S. HistoryBusiness CyclesMoney and Banking

01/01/1963Books
This book applies Austrian business cycle theory to understanding the onset of the 1929 Great Depression.
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America's Money Machine: The Story of the Federal Reserve

The FedU.S. EconomyU.S. History

05/27/1980Books
Groseclose shows that at no time in its history has the Fed actually achieved what it promised: low inflation, economic stability, stable growth, reliable regulation of the banking system.
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America's Second Crusade

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryPolitical Theory

03/16/1950Books
Was World War II a failure? It is an unthinkable thought in the American political ethos. but noted American journalist and author William Henry Chamberlin dares think it, from the vantage point of the immediate postwar world of 1950.
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Anatomy of the State

Political Theory

01/01/1974Books
Anatomy of the State gives a succinct account of Rothbard’s view of the state. Rothbard regards the state as a predatory entity. It does not produce anything but rather steals resources from those engaged in production.
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Antitrust: The Case for Repeal

Free MarketsInterventionismMonopoly and CompetitionPrices

01/01/1986Books
This 100-page tour de force rips the intellectual cover off antitrust regulation to reveal it for what it is: a bludgeon used by businesses against their competitors.
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