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An Austro-Libertarian View: Essays by David Gordon

01/10/2018Books
Volume 1: Economics, Philosophy, Law Volume 2: Political Theory Volume 3: Current Affairs, Foreign Policy, American History, European History Review by Paul Gottfried David Gordon, from the Foreword: Shortly after Murray Rothbard’s lamented death in January, 1995, Lew Rockwell telephoned me. He...
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Awake For Freedom's Sake

Political Theory

09/01/1977Books
Progression or advancement never graces anyone who succumbs to the notion that he has arrived—“has it made,” as we say.
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Away From Freedom

Big Government

03/05/1952Books
This book had a powerful impact on a generation — a kind of primer on Keynesian fallacies that still pervade the profession if not by that name.
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A Bull in China

Global EconomyOther Schools of ThoughtPolitical Theory

06/01/2007Books
Jim Rogers speaks about the opportunities in China, and the specifics of how they are going to play out in the years ahead. He speaks of what the Chinese producer and consumer love about the United States and its culture, and what they will not tolerate.
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A Critique of Interventionism

Interventionism

01/01/1929Books
In Mises's view, interventionism is an inherently unstable policy because it creates new dislocations that would seem to cry out for further interventions, which, in turn, do not solve the problem.
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An Enquiry into the Nature and Effects of the Paper Credit of Great Britain

Global EconomyWorld HistoryMoney and Banking

09/17/1965Books
In this book, which was recovered after being lost for over 100 years, Henry Thornton defends the Bank of England's influence on paper money.
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An Essay on Economic Theory

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsPrices

07/19/1755Books
Richard Cantillon's 1755 masterpiece on economics is widely credited with being the first to describe the market process as one driven by entrepreneurship. He deserves to be called “the father of enterprise economics."
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An Essay on the Nature and Significance of Economic Science

Philosophy and MethodologyPraxeology

06/15/1932Books
An Essay on the Nature and Significance of Economic Science by Lionel Robbins first appeared in 1932 as an outstanding English-language statement of the Misesian view of economic method, namely that economics is a social science and must advance its propositions by means of deductive reasoning and...
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