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D.W. MacKenzie is an assistant professor at Carroll College.
Today is an interesting milestone for libertarian-minded people, as well as those with a fondness for trivia.
86 years ago today FDR 86’d prohibition.
Drinking became a crime starting on January 17th 1920, and remained a crime until December 5th 1933. Prohibition serves as a...
U.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
Both political corruption and trade barriers lead to economic impoverishment. The current election has brought both issues to the fore.
Taxes and SpendingPolitical Theory
When it comes to the effects of taxation, Krugman the economist appears to disagree with Krugman the New York Times columnist.
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