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Gregory Bresiger

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Gregory Bresiger (GregoryBresiger.com) 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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What New York Didn't Need

Taxes and SpendingFiscal Theory

12/30/2002Mises Daily Articles
Despite Mayor Bloomberg's recent 18% tax hike, despite his promise that next year the hated city income tax will be hiked, another tax increase beyond these is looming on the horizon for New Yorkers. It is a tax increase that is another result of generations of municipal and state mismanagement.
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Private Oasis in Manhattan

EntrepreneurshipPrivate PropertyProduction Theory

11/11/2002Mises Daily Articles
Bryant Park is managed, policed and run by a private corporation, one of the largest experiments of its kind in the nation. A corporation saved this historic park from the depths of degradation. It brought in commerce, which was happy to pay large rents to the corporation because the park has...
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Regulatory Rot

Capital and Interest TheoryInterventionismProduction Theory

07/19/2002Mises Daily Articles
Gregory Bresiger offers his compassion for the regulatory Quixotes, and says that it is time to think the unthinkable: Forget about the system of regulation; consign it to the garbage bin of history. Close down the SEC, along with myriad other regulatory bodies.
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The Revolution of 1935: The Secret History of Social Security

Big GovernmentTaxes and SpendingInterventionism

07/10/2002Essays in Political Economy
Social Security was designed as a tool of macroeconomic policy: a social arm of central planning passed in age of boundless faith in the power of the state.
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Master of the Senate

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyPolitical Theory

06/11/2002Mises Daily Articles
Based on the record of deceit documented by Robert Caro in his book The Years of Lyndon Johnson: Master of the Senate , Lyndon Baines Johnson was an evil man even before his disastrous presidency--a presidency in which he and his minions misled Americans into the Vietnam War, a...
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