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Breaking Barriers or Dividing Society?

Other Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

11/06/2008Mises Daily Articles
As I've said many times, the real problem is not the person; it is the institution.
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Bailout Blame Game

Corporate WelfareThe FedFinancial Markets

10/07/2008Mises Daily Articles
Personally, I am still a long-term optimist, but as a student of the Depression I know that Congress and the executive can do much damage before the long term gets here, and indeed, they can delay its arrival indefinitely.
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Bush the Socialist Destroyer

Booms and BustsThe FedFree Markets

09/26/2008Mises Daily Articles
It was credit expansion and the attempt to keep prices high that prolonged the Depression, which would otherwise have ended by 1931 or 1932. On this point Bernanke is all wet.
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Bear Market Funk

Financial MarketsMedia and CultureBusiness Cycles

09/22/2008Mises Daily Articles
William Tucker says nuclear power is the most concentrated energy and is the cure for the nation's energy ills. And in his view there is no such thing as nuclear waste — it all is recyclable.
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Booms, Busts, and "Krugpot" Economics

Booms and BustsThe FedInterventionism

07/30/2008Mises Daily Articles
"To prop up the unhealthy, malinvested markets, governments must cannibalize the healthy markets to find the needed cash to transfer the wealth."
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Broken Glass Everywhere

Free MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsInterventionism

07/29/2008Mises Daily Articles
Government subsidies mean that there will be more production in the geographic space defined by the GO Zone, but this is not net new production.
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Bingo!

Free MarketsGold Standard

07/07/2008Mises Daily Articles
If the Fraternal Order of Eagles is looking to "uphold and nourish" good values, they should champion the cause of sound money.
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Beware the Moral Hazard Trivializers

The FedLegal SystemOther Schools of Thought

06/03/2008Mises Daily Articles
To avoid such economic crises and such unjustifiable redistribution of income from the many to the few, one has to end the legal interference that has created the present system.
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But What About the Children?

Free MarketsThe Police StateOther Schools of Thought

04/30/2008Mises Daily Articles
There is a further problem: to concede that there are social problems that cannot be corrected without the state is to give up the entire argument over the future of liberty itself.
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Boom, Bust, Dust

Booms and BustsThe EnvironmentU.S. History

04/07/2008Mises Daily Articles
Agriculture has been left in the dust, but it won't stay there.
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