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Yet Another GM Bailout

Big GovernmentCorporate WelfareInterventionism

11/10/2008Mises Daily Articles
Even if GM itself was unable to survive bankruptcy, the resources freed from its grasp could be hugely beneficial to other automotive companies that make products that American consumers value more.
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Yoga, Inc.

Free MarketsEntrepreneurship

08/19/2008Mises Daily Articles
Philp captures much of the controversy surrounding modern yoga in his film, but not all.
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Your Money and Your Brain

Financial MarketsPhilosophy and Methodology

02/25/2008Mises Daily Articles
Zweig also explores how humans are overconfident in their abilities
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Yellow Journalism at the Weekly Standard

Global EconomyMedia and CultureWar and Foreign Policy

01/03/2007Mises Daily Articles
We free marketeers get exhausted saying it so many times, but here goes: Foreign imports do not destroy jobs on net. Government interventions against international trade do not promote employment. Everyone can get hired in a free labor market, so there is no issue of "providing jobs."
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You Will Find It in Human Action

05/15/2006Mises Daily Articles
Everyone interested in ideas has surely had the following experience. You become curious about a certain topic. You start with periodicals, read a bit more deeply, become engaged more broadly and start to buy and check out book after book. Pretty soon you have a good-sized library developing. You...
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You Treat Me Like Property

Private Property

02/14/2006Mises Daily Articles
Vedran Vuk, as an economics major, thinks that it's not such a bad thing to treat one's beloved like property, so long as it is private property.
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Year-End Contributions to the Mises Institute

12/01/2005Mises Daily Articles
The Mises Institute is funded entirely by private donations from readers like you who make it all possible.
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Your Home is Your Cottage

Legal SystemPrivate Property

09/08/2005Mises Daily Articles
"Anti-mansionization" ordinances, writes Adam Summers, hit at a fundamental right that Americans have long taken for granted: the right to build or buy the biggest home you can afford.
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You Call This Investment?

Big GovernmentTaxes and SpendingU.S. EconomyInterventionism

11/06/2000Mises Daily Articles
The Social Security Commissioner sent out a letter revealing what the system will eventually pay. Gregory Bresiger is not pleased.
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