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Inflation, Shortages, and Social Democracy in Venezuela

Global EconomyInterventionismOther Schools of Thought

11/29/2013Mises Daily Articles
Venezuela illustrates Mises’s argument that economic intervention, if unchecked, leads to socialism.
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Inflation Has Not Cured Iceland’s Economic Woes

Global EconomyInterventionismOther Schools of Thought

11/04/2013Mises Daily Articles
By late 2010, inflation-adjusted income in Iceland was down over 35 percent. Inflating one’s currency may give the appearance of recovery, but the truth is somewhat less rosy.
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Is Saving Money Bad for the Economy?

Free MarketsMoney and Banks

10/03/2013Mises Daily Articles
Today, under the influence of Keynesian economists who champion government spending and high levels of consumption, thrift has been devalued.
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Intellectual Property is Not True Property

InterventionismOther Schools of Thought

09/19/2013Mises Daily Articles
Not only is the grant of ownership rights over ideas ridiculous, it is also, in point of fact, impossible.
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Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism

EducationFree MarketsOther Schools of Thought

08/21/2013Mises Daily Articles
The anti-imperialistic tradition in America</br> — and in the world — will be an important</br> element in this course.
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Insuring Deposits, Ensuring Insolvency

Money and BanksInterventionism

07/24/2013Mises Daily Articles
The US government is trying to implement the 21<sup>st</sup> century version of the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933.
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Inevitable Inflation?

The FedBusiness CyclesInterventionism

07/19/2013Mises Daily Articles
In any other country where the capital structure is less developed, the transition to price inflation would be more intense and instantaneous.
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Internet Fascism and the Surveillance State

The Police StateOther Schools of Thought

07/15/2013Mises Daily Articles
The actions of US companies that have cooperated in the NSA’s mass surveillance operations calls into question the “private” status of these companies.
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In the Shadow of Dr. Lueger

07/08/2013Mises Daily Articles
Once upon a time, before Hitler, Stalin, FDR, Juan Peron, and even before Mussolini and Lenin came on the world scene, there lived a man named Dr. Karl Lueger (1844–1910), who was protector of the common man a proponent of social justice, and the mayor of Vienna from 1897 to 1910. Not simply just a...
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Institutionalizing Ignorance

EducationInterventionismOther Schools of Thought

07/03/2013Mises Daily Articles
By filling up the free time of children with repetitive tasks of little educational value, students were transformed into thoughtless followers of the Brahmin.
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