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A Very Special Year

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12/01/2012The Free Market
Celebrating anniversaries for the Austrian School of economics. One hundred years ago, Ludwig von Mises began his career as an intellectual leader and creative genius with his groundbreaking The Theory of Money and Credit . Fifty years ago, Murray Rothbard took his own place in the ranks...
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A Revolution of Ideas

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03/01/2012The Free Market
For 30 years, the Ludwig von Mises Institute has been laying the groundwork for an intellectual revolution. That revolution is now at hand.
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The Unstoppable Rothbard

BiographiesAustrian Economics Overview

03/01/2005The Free Market
Rothbard was the leading student of Ludwig von Mises, an innovator in Austrian economics and libertarian political theory, and the intellectual inspiration for the Mises Institute from its founding in 1982 until his death.
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Recent Publicaitons From the Ludwig Von Mises Institute

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03/01/1989The Free Market
The Free Market Reader (Ludwig von Mises Institute, 1988) is a 400-page collection of 76 articles, most of which first appeared in the Free Market newsletter. Since 1982, the Mises Institute has used this medium to promote economic understanding to the general public (although...
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A Tribute to Henry Hazlitt

BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

12/01/1987The Free Market
For more than seven decades, Henry Hazlitt has taught the economics of freedom. With pathbreaking theoretical work and a unique ability to communicate with the non-economist—shown forth especially in his Economics in One Lesson— he has both advanced Austrian economics and made it...
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The Free Market - Special Issue

Free MarketsInterventionism

12/01/1984The Free Market
Our country is beset by a large number of economic myths that distort public thinking on important problems and lead us to accept unsound and dangerous government policies. Here are ten of the most dangerous of these myths and an analysis of what is wrong with them.
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Capitol Hill Gold Standard Conference

Money and BanksGold StandardMoney and Banking

12/01/1984The Free Market
The Ludwig von Mises Institute's premier conference was held in Washington, D.C., on November 16–17, 1983. "The Gold Standard: An Austrian Perspective" was the first event of its kind. Not only was it the first academic conference ever held in the United States on the gold standard, but it took...
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