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Gregory Bresiger

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Gregory Bresiger ( is an independent business journalist who lives in Kew Gardens, Queens, New York. He is the author of MoneySense, a forthcoming book of basic of money management with a libertarian point of view.

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The Fed is as the Fed Does

The FedU.S. EconomyU.S. History

05/13/2003Mises Daily Articles
Allan Meltzer did not set out to encourage Americans to consider the unthinkable: the Fed is so dangerous to our economic and political health that it should go. But maybe, just maybe, his new but flawed book may reignite a debate that goes back to Jacksonian America. Gregory Bresiger is the...
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Shall We Go to War?

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

03/11/2003Mises Daily Articles
In deciding whether to wage war against yet another regime that has fallen into disfavor with DC, the United States must make some hard choices. Gregory Bresiger asks: will we follow the traditions of George Washington or those of Woodrow Wilson? "War," wrote Mises, "is harmful not only to the...
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Subway Tax in the Rancid Apple

Taxes and Spending

02/27/2003Mises Daily Articles
What can one say about this system with its huge problems, whose defenders now say it should be granted a 33% fare (tax) increase? The fare, after a series of perfunctory public hearings that most people will not attend because they are too busy trying to earn a living to pay New York's huge tax...
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Not in Stacks

Taxes and Spending

02/03/2003Mises Daily Articles
Gregory Bresiger merely wanted to check out a video that both the library catalog and a clerk said was on the shelves. Instead, he stood face to face with what seemed to be the very embodiment of the entire public sector. Whether running libraries or global economies, the public sector isn't up to...
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Take on the Street?

Financial MarketsU.S. EconomyInterventionismMonetary Theory

01/20/2003Mises Daily Articles
The cry of the Wall Street reformer is always the same: Let's have more regulators and regulations to correct the problem of prior regulators and regulations! Gregory Bresiger reviews Arthur Levitt's new book.
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