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Hunter Lewis

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Hunter Lewis is author of twelve books, including The Secular Saints: And Why Morals Are Not Just Subjective, Economics in Three Lessons & One Hundred Economic Laws, Where Keynes Went Wrong, and Crony Capitalism in America 2008-2012, and has contributed to the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Times of London, The Atlantic and many other magazines and web sites including Mises.org and LewRockwell.com. Lewis is also co-founder of Against Crony Capitalism.org as well as co-founder and former CEO of Cambridge Associates, a global investment firm. He has served on boards and committees of fifteen not-for-profit organizations, including environmental, teaching, research, and cultural organizations, as well as the World Bank.

Where Keynes Went Wrong

Other Schools of Thought

10/01/2009Books
Lewis smashes the Keynes edifice completely in this extremely well-done book.

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Free Prices Now! Fixing the Economy by Abolishing the Fed

Global EconomyCalculation and KnowledgeInterventionismPrices

01/11/2016Books
The most reliable barometer of economic honesty is to be found in prices. Honest prices, neither manipulated nor controlled, provide both investors and consumers with reliable economic signals. They are the foundation for a successful economy.

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Crony Capitalism in America

Big GovernmentCorporate WelfareU.S. EconomyPolitical Theory

01/11/2016Books
When private interests need a political favor, they know whom to call. When politicians need money, they also know whom to call. The people involved try to keep most of it concealed behind closed doors. This is the system that prevailed in Russia after the fall of Communism. But increasingly it is...

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Have Progressives Won “The Culture War?”

Media and CultureStrategy

Blog03/17/2018

There is no bright shiny line between cultural issues and economic ones. 

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What Is Social Justice?

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog03/14/2018

Social justice is a moral concept, not a legal one.

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Why Special Interests Try to Take Control of Governments

Cronyism and CorporatismPolitical Theory

Blog01/31/2018
The more the state increases its powers over the economy, the more motivated special interests become to take control of the state.

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Do We Have a Free-Market Medical System?

Cronyism and CorporatismHealth

Blog01/18/2018
Many honest medical professionals are trapped in a system that can more accurately be described as a crony capitalist nightmare.

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