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Floy Lilley is an Associated Scholar of the Mises Institute. She was formerly with the University of Texas at Austin's Chair of Free Enterprise, and an attorney-at-law in Texas and Florida. Floy is very knowledgeable and helps with answering and researching academic inquiries.

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Zamyatin Foresaw Totalitarianism and the Politics of Sex

Media and CultureWorld HistoryPolitical Theory

04/26/2010Mises Media
We , this satirical and heretical dystopian futurist book, ends by resolving whether or not the protagonist can find penultimate happiness in the cocoon of the One State even as his lover faces execution. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by the author.
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Totalitarianism and the Politics of Sex

Media and CultureInterventionismOther Schools of Thought

04/26/2010Mises Daily Articles
"Zamyatin's book was the first to be banned by the newly created censorship board."
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Three Myths about Trash

The EnvironmentFree MarketsU.S. EconomyInterventionism

12/02/2009Mises Daily Articles
"Mandated recycling exists mainly because there is plenty of money to be made by labeling products as "green" or "recycled" to get municipal and federal grants."
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The Economics of Recycling

The EnvironmentAustrian Economics Overview

11/21/2009Mises Media
Recycling happens naturally when there is market demand for waste items like plastic, paper, metal or glass, but mandated recycling does more harm than good. When do you know that recycling is worthy? You know when some person or business asks to buy your particular waste from you, not when some...
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The Fraud of Global Warming

The Environment

09/24/2008Mises Media
Here are inconvenient truths that counter the fallacies of Al Gore's documentary film - An Inconvenient Truth. Man is not causing catastrophic global warming. Carbon Dioxide is the stuff of life, not a pollutant.
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