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PorcFest 2011

Free Markets

07/04/2011Mises Daily Articles
It was a blast, this libertarian-anarchist gathering in New Hampshire, and more evidence that this movement is growing.
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Paper Money Wears Prada

The FedGlobal EconomyMonetary Theory

06/28/2011Mises Daily Articles
The money inevitably flows to the latest speculative fashion, whatever it happens to be.
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Policing for Profit

The Police StateInterventionism

05/26/2011Mises Daily Articles
Government is a gang of thieves writ large. Let's look at the reality.
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Problemas con la teoría del valor coste

SubjectivismValue and Exchange

05/23/2011Mises Daily Articles
La teoría de los costos no pudo explicar lo que realmente forma los precios puntuales en un día determinado. Los austriacos tenían una teoría mejor. Este fue un avance inequívoco en la ciencia de la economía, análogo a la superioridad de la relatividad de Einstein sobre la mecánica de Newton.
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Problems with the Cost Theory of Value

SubjectivismValue and Exchange

05/23/2011Mises Daily Articles
The cost theory could not explain what actually forms spot prices on any given day. The Austrians had a better theory. This was an unambiguous advance in the science of economics, analogous to the superiority of Einsteinian relativity over Newtonian mechanics.
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Paranoia Is Good for You


05/20/2011Mises Daily Articles
Privacy rests on the assumption that an individual has a right to shut his front door and tell other people (including the government) to mind their own business. This is a presumption of innocence. It is also the bedrock of civil society.
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Please Vote for Me

Free MarketsInterventionismPolitical Theory

05/05/2011Mises Daily Articles
Support is bought and sold. Assistants change sides. There are lies, betrayal, and bribery.
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Pre-Fascist Italy: Tax and Borrow and Spend

Taxes and SpendingWorld HistoryOther Schools of Thought

04/22/2011Mises Daily Articles
The balanced budget passed away definitely in 1911, not to return again until a revolution had swept from the people of Italy their freedom.
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Public Service Is an Ignoble Calling

EducationOther Schools of Thought

04/01/2011Mises Daily Articles
It's difficult to say "Bush School of Government and Public Service" aloud without gagging.
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Pushing Buttons Like the Jetsons

Media and CultureEntrepreneurship

03/28/2011Mises Daily Articles
The show was neither utopian nor dystopian. It was the best of life as we know it projected far into the future.
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