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Life Before FEMA

Big GovernmentThe Environment

09/30/2012The Free Market
The Free Market 30, no. 9 (September 2012) For real life-headlines worthy of The Onion , one needs look no further than the doings of the U.S. government and its agencies. One week after Hurricane Sandy devastated the New York area, with a new storm on the way and almost 10,000 Staten Islanders...
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The Keynesian Abyss

Big GovernmentInterventionism

08/31/2012The Free Market
Politicians used Keynesian economics to justify big government, a welfare state, and budget deficits. The Federal Reserve sought to grow the economy through monetary expansion, thereby crippling it. At the same time, Wall Street sought higher profits through influence over the government.


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Horrible Schools for the Whole World


07/30/2012The Free Market
Education is a lifelong process of learning, and learning takes place not only in school, but in all areas of life.


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The Brilliance and Bravery of Ludwig von Mises

BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

04/02/2012The Free Market
The impacts of Mises’ life and work have been resounding now for 100 years


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A Revolution of Ideas

EducationMedia and Culture

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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Property Means Preservation

The EnvironmentPrivate Property

02/01/2012The Free Market
As Professor Block makes clear, “there is no intrinsic conflict between the market and the environment.”


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The 99 and the 1

EducationThe Entrepreneur

01/02/2012The Free Market
The well-being of the 99% depends on who makes up the 1%: entrepreneurs or the state and its cronies.


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What is Fascism?

The Police StatePolitical Theory

11/01/2011The Free Market
In the end, this is the choice we face: the total state or total freedom. Which will we choose?


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Should Congress Raise the Debt Ceiling?

Taxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

06/01/2011The Free Market
Despite the handwringing and lectures from Geithner and his accomplices, there is no need to raise the federal debt limit. The US government already spends an obscene amount of money every month, and this could easily be scaled back to the current inflow of tax receipts.


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The Plight of the MBA Generation

U.S. Economy

05/02/2011The Free Market
For a generation of people to find meaningful work, the government must embrace the Misesian prescription of a strict “hands-off” policy—rather than staying on the Keynesian drug.


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