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Daniella Bassi

Assistant Editor

Daniella Bassi is assistant editor at the Mises Institute and copyedits the Mises Wire, 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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Native Americans Had a Lot More Private Property Than You Think

Property RightsU.S. HistoryPrivate Property

Blog09/02/2021

Many scholars employ excessively narrow notions of homesteading which wrongly suggest that virtually all Indian hunting grounds and food sources were "unowned."  

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Beer: A Short and Bitter History of Regulation

Bureaucracy and RegulationProtectionism and Free TradeWorld History

08/28/2021Mises Media
Some think that beer's history of regulation begins with hops, but beer has been hemmed in by government red tape for much longer.
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Beer: A Short and Bitter History of Regulation

Bureaucracy and RegulationProtectionism and Free TradeWorld History

Blog08/21/2021

Some think that beer's history of regulation begins with hops, but beer has been hemmed in by government red tape for much longer.

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Private Investment Is the Answer to Declining Postindustrial Towns

Free MarketsProperty RightsU.S. History

08/16/2021Mises Media
Many people want the state to take the lead in revitalizing run-down towns. How does this make sense, when it is private industry that conceived these towns in the first place?
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Revitalizing a Town Takes a Lot More Than Fixing Up a Few Buildings for a TV Show

Media and Culture

08/13/2021Mises Media
Creating a functioning and sustainable local economy is much more time consuming and complicated than sprucing up a few buildings to look good on a TV show.
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