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

Media and CultureMoney and BanksU.S. EconomyPrivate Property

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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Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy

The FedMoney and BanksWar and Foreign Policy

This fiery monograph shows a side of Murray Rothbard not seen in his theoretical treatise: his ability to employ "power elite" analysis to understand the relationship between money, power, and war.
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War Collectivism

Big GovernmentU.S. History

More than any other single period, World War I was the critical watershed for the American business system.
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What Must Be Done

Big GovernmentThe Police StateInterventionism

Hans-Hermann Hoppe dissects the nature of the modern democratic state and suggests strategies for enacting a bottom-up libertarian revolution in ideology and civil government.
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What Social Classes Owe Each Other

InterventionismPolitical Theory

What the Social Classes Owe to Each Other asks a crucially important question: does any class or interest group have the duty and burden of fighting the battles of life for any other class or of solving the social problems to the satisfaction of any other class or group?
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What You Should Know About Inflation

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Hazlitt presents the Austrian theory of money in the clearest possible terms, and contrasts it with the fallacies of government management.
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Where Lies This Fault?

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

In this 1967 essay, Leonard Read lays out what might best be termed a sociological study of libertarian activism. Read attempts to identify different types of personalities and individuals who are likely to be amenable or resistant to the message of free markets and liberty. Read then goes on to...
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Why American History Is Not What They Say

U.S. History

Jeff Riggenbach's book is a crash course in revisionist history of the United States. What is revisionism? It is the retelling of history from a point of view that differs from the mainstream, which always treats the victor — the state — as glorious and the conquered — individual liberty — as...
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Why Wages Rise

Money and BanksCapital and Interest TheorySubjectivismValue and Exchange

Wages are of prime importance in any advanced economy such as ours. They affect us all far more than seems evidenced in our concern about them.
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