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Daniella Bassi

Assistant Editor

Daniella Bassi is assistant editor at the Mises Institute and copyedits the Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics and the Journal of Libertarian Studies. She holds master's degrees in early American history from the University of Vermont and the College of William and Mary and an undergraduate degree from Amherst College.

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What Mayan Civilization Can Teach Us about Secession and Decentralization

World History

Blog01/10/2022

Thanks in part to the decentralized nature of Mayan civilization, it was much more difficult for the Spaniards to conquer the Mayas than the Aztecs and Incas.

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The Inca Empire: An Indigenous Leviathan State

Property RightsTaxes and SpendingWorld History

12/08/2021Mises Media
So oppressive was the Inca regime that it's no wonder the Spaniards found many enemies willing to help topple the empire.
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The Inca Empire: An Indigenous Leviathan State

Property RightsTaxes and SpendingWorld History

Blog11/24/2021

So oppressive was the Inca regime that it's no wonder the Spaniards found many enemies willing to help topple the empire.

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Pre-Columbian America Wasn't Exactly a Paradise of Freedom

U.S. HistoryWorld History

10/18/2021Mises Media
The story of the Americas as the violent “pacifying” and corralling of free indigenous peoples by white outsiders erases the long history of statism in many areas of the New World.
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Pre-Columbian America Wasn't Exactly a Paradise of Freedom

U.S. HistoryWorld History

Blog10/14/2021

The story of the Americas as the violent “pacifying” and corralling of free indigenous peoples by white outsiders erases the long history of statism in many areas of the New World.

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