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A Free Money Miracle?

Money and BankingOther Schools of Thought

01/22/2013Mises Daily Articles
Did a monetary miracle occur in a small town in Austria in the midst of the Great Depression?
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A Voluntary Federation

Free MarketsLegal SystemU.S. History

01/18/2013Mises Daily Articles
Since 1865, Americans have been taught the triumphant Unionist theory of their own constitutional order. That theory is not only false, but spectacularly so.
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A Golden Path: Reply to Professor Cochran

Free MarketsGold StandardInterventionism

12/04/2012Mises Daily Articles
In no way was our essay intended to imply that central-bank control of gold-backed money was the point at which we desired monetary reform to cease.
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A Chinese Story

Free MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsInterventionism

11/16/2012Mises Daily Articles
A magnificent canal united two large towns in China. The emperor thought fit to order enormous blocks of stone to be thrown in to render it useless.
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Ancient Spartan Communism

World HistoryOther Schools of Thought

11/02/2012Mises Daily Articles
A state that is at war, or that is perpetually organized for war, dare not tolerate individual liberties.
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Against the Hurri-Keynesians

Free MarketsInterventionism

11/01/2012Mises Daily Articles
It seems that we may never rid ourselves of the broken-window fallacy.
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A Golden Opportunity

Global EconomyGold Standard

10/22/2012Mises Daily Articles
Germany could prove to the world that a gold-backed money is not only possible but desirable.
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An Austrian Classic

10/16/2012Mises Daily Articles
Ralph Raico studied with Ludwig von Mises in the formative stages of his intellectual development. As his book <i>Classical Liberalism and the Austrian School</i> — a collection of nine essays — demonstrates, he has himself become one of the pillars of the modern Austrian School.
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And the War Came

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

09/21/2012Mises Daily Articles
Britain's entry into the war was crucial. Without it, the United States would never have gone in.
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Anarchy in the Aachen

Free MarketsWorld HistoryInterventionism

08/08/2012Mises Daily Articles
If the strange and little-known case of Moresnet acts as our guide, we must conclude that statelessness is not only possible but beneficial to progress.
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