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Dan Sanchez

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Dan Sanchez is a libertarian freelance writer. He is a contributing editor at Antiwar.com, where he writes a regular column, and an independent journalist at Anti-Media. His work has frequently appeared at such websites as Zero Hedge, the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity, and David Stockman's Contra Corner. His writings are collected at DanSanchez.me.

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Understanding the Federal Reserve’s Shell Game

The FedMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

03/02/2016Mises Daily Articles
Taxes usually aren't terribly popular with the people who pay the taxes. Fortunately — from the government's perspective — the central bank is there to help tax the people more without their noticing...

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Mises in Four Easy Pieces

EntrepreneurshipHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsInterventionismMonopoly and Competition

01/22/2016Mises Daily Articles
Ludwig von Mises reminds us that thanks to the rise of markets and capitalism, human beings gained more access to more abundance than ever before. And it is the consumers, not the producers, who have power over the market process.

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War and the Government Control of Money

Big GovernmentCorporate WelfareMoney and BanksWar and Foreign Policy

04/10/2015Audio/Video
Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 10 April 2014. Includes an introduction by Mark Thornton.

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Nothing Fishy About Growth

Calculation and KnowledgeEntrepreneurship

10/08/2014Audio/Video
Growth requires private saving first, then investment and then production. It cannot be accomplished through sheer credit and credit expansion. Money is not wealth.

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How Saving Grows the Economy

The EntrepreneurCapital and Interest TheoryEntrepreneurshipValue and Exchange

10/10/2014Mises Daily Articles
Dan Sanchez examines Irwin Schiff's timeless comic book on how savings, innovation, and risk are the building blocks of productivity, progress, and wealth...

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