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The Morals of Human Cooperation

Free MarketsMedia and CulturePhilosophy and MethodologyPrivate Property

12/13/2018Mises Daily Articles
Henry Hazlitt has done us a great service, for it is a rare philosopher who recognizes that the consistent adherence to a set of ethical rules promotes social cooperation and benefits everyone in society.
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The Definition of Economic Progress

Calculation and KnowledgeOther Schools of Thought

12/11/2018Mises Daily Articles
What is called economic progress is the effect of an accumulation of capital goods exceeding the increase in population.
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The Brutality of Slavery

Legal SystemU.S. HistoryInterventionism

11/14/2018Mises Daily Articles
In a slave system, threats of brutality underlay the whole relationship.
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The Indefensibility of Political Representation

Free MarketsLegal SystemPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

11/02/2018Mises Daily Articles
Representation is a fig leaf that is insufficient to cover the brutal fact that even in our sophisticated modern states, some rule and others are ruled.
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The Determination of the Purchasing Power of Money

Free MarketsGold StandardHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsMonetary Theory

10/02/2018Mises Daily Articles
The demand for a medium of exchange is the composite of two partial demands: the intention to use it in consumption and production and the intention to use it as a medium of exchange.
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The Myth of the Failure of Capitalism

Free MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsInterventionism

09/26/2018Mises Daily Articles
Socialism and interventionism have not yet succeeded in completely eliminating capitalism. If they had, we would, after centuries of gains in prosperity, rediscover the meaning of hunger on a massive scale.
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The Living Reality of Military-Economic Fascism

War and Foreign PolicyOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

09/21/2018Mises Daily Articles
No organization has more money at its disposal than the US government, which attracts thieves and con men at least in full proportion to its control of wealth.
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Tres nuevos tratos: por qué los nazis y los fascistas amaban a FDR

Free MarketsOther Schools of ThoughtPolitical Theory

09/13/2018Mises Daily Articles
Los críticos del New Deal de Roosevelt a menudo lo comparan con el fascismo. Esto se reconoció como cierto durante la década de 1930, tanto por los partidarios del New Deal como por sus oponentes.
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Three New Deals: Why the Nazis and Fascists Loved FDR

Free MarketsOther Schools of ThoughtPolitical Theory

09/13/2018Mises Daily Articles
Critics of Roosevelt's New Deal often likened it to fascism. This was recognized to be true during the 1930s, by the New Deal's supporters as well as its opponents.
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