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Voting Booths vs. the Marketplace

Free MarketsPolitical Theory

05/12/2003Mises Daily Articles
In democratic societies, elected political officials are the final arbiters of the government's marketplace do's and don'ts. Who elects these political officials? Surprise! The same people supposedly incapable of making informed decisions in the marketplace.
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Value and the Environment

Capital and Interest TheoryPhilosophy and MethodologyProduction Theory

03/27/2002Mises Daily Articles
In the real world, human action can only manifest itself through material objects; man must utilize the resources that nature gives in order to employ means. If man desires to live, he must obtain food, shelter, and other physical necessities. On the most fundamental level, to exist in this...
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Victory for California Coast?

The EntrepreneurThe EnvironmentLegal SystemProduction Theory

07/02/2001Mises Daily Articles
A federal judge rules: No drilling allowed. Tibor Machan explains why this is not a "victory for the California coast."
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Vacations for All

Free MarketsLegal System

05/13/2000Mises Daily Articles
The new campaign to impose vacations as a mandated benefit, promoted by Escape Magazine, rests on economic fallacy.
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Voucher Socialism


07/13/1999Mises Daily Articles
Florida has enacted a school voucher program that increases the role of government in education. (Article by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.)
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V-Chip Parenting

Media and Culture

06/10/1999Mises Daily Articles
The futile effort to protect us from ourselves.
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Vedder Speaks


03/10/1999Mises Daily Articles
An Austrian economist on the role of ideas.
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Voucher Dangers


11/28/1998Mises Daily Articles
Why subsidizing private schools with tax dollars is a bad idea.
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Visa Cartel?

Monopoly and Competition

10/14/1998Mises Daily Articles
Government is prosecuting success, at the behest of marginal producers.
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Vouchers: Enemy of Religion

Big GovernmentEducation

09/01/1998Mises Daily Articles
Why public financing of education will compromise private school independence.
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