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Theory and History pp. 12425

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Marxs economic teachings are essentially a garbled rehash of the theories of Adam Smith and, first of all, of Ricardo.
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Theory and History p. 114

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In the unhampered market economy there are no privileges, no protection of vested interests, no barriers preventing anybody from striving after any prize.
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Planned Chaos pp. 2021

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Government spending cannot create additional jobs. If the government provides the funds required by taxing the citizens or by borrowing from the public, it abolishes on the one hand as many jobs as it creates on the other.
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Planned Chaos p. 29

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The planner is a potential dictator who wants to deprive all other people of the power to plan and act according to their own plans. He aims at one thing only: the exclusive absolute preeminence of his own plan.
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Human Action p. 806; p. 810

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There is no such thing as a safe investment.
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Socialism p. 56

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Every collectivist assumes a different source for the collective will, according to his own political, religious and national convictions.
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The Anti-Capitalistic Mentality p. 108

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Freedom must be granted to all, even to base people, lest the few who can use it for the benefit of mankind be hindered.
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Socialism p. 335

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The desire for an increase of wealth can be satisfied through exchange, which is the only method possible in a capitalist economy, or by violence and petition as in a militarist society, where the strong acquire by force, the weak by petitioning.
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Theory and History pp. 66-67

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The struggle for freedom is ultimately not resistance to autocrats or oligarchs but resistance to the despotism of public opinion.
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Planned Chaos p. 81

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If history could prove and teach us anything, it would be that private ownership of the means of production is a necessary requisite of civilization and material well-being. . . . Only nations committed to the principle of private property have risen above penury and produced science, art and...
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