Documentaries

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Mises University

Audio/VideoApril 8, 2010
The Mises University is the world's leading instructional program in the Austrian School of economics. Since 1986, it has been the essential training ground for economists who are looking beyond the mainstream. The program offers courses, seminars, and re

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The Incredible Bread Machine Film

Audio/VideoDecember 1, 2009
A film by Theo Kamecke. Written by Karl Keating, Susan Love Brown, Patrea Post and Stuart Smith; and released in 1975 by World Research, Inc. Based on Richard Grant's provocative poem, "The Incredible Bread Machine". This film features a cameo appearance by Murray N. Rothbard. Special...

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Burton S. Blumert (1929-2009)

Audio/VideoMarch 31, 2009
A memorial video montage of former Mises Institute chairman, Burton Blumert. [2:43]

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Money, Banking, and the Federal Reserve [Russian Version]

Audio/VideoJune 25, 2008
In 2007, this popular documentary was translated and reproduced into Russian by the Institute for Dissemination of Information on Social and Economic Science

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Liberty and Economics: The Ludwig von Mises Legacy

Audio/VideoDecember 13, 2005
What kind of man was Ludwig von Mises? Here is a film that does justice to this extraordinary man, and to his equally extraordinary ideas.

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Talking Butts: A Smoking Documentary

Audio/VideoJuly 28, 2005
A condensed version of the documentary "Talking Butts," Directed by Jesse Walker, Patrick McMenamin and Bretigne Shaffer; Produced by Joe Gressis; Director of Photography: Andrew Krauss; Edited by Mark Toscani; Condensed Edit by Bretigne Shaffer; Executive Producers: Paul Kemp and Paul...

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Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve

Audio/VideoMarch 2, 2004
Steeped in American history and Austrian economics, this extraordinary film is the clearest, most compelling explanation ever offered of the Fed, and why curbing it must be our first priority.

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The Future of Austrian Economics

Audio/VideoMarch 2, 2004
Murray Rothbard gave this speech in 1990 as the final lecture of the Mises University, in the days following the collapse of socialism. He assesses the event in terms of its impact on the Austrian School and the prospects for liberty generally.

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Mozart Was a Red

Audio/VideoMarch 7, 1986
A satirical one-act play by Murray N. Rothbard about Ayn Rand's Objectivist "inner circle."...

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