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Jason Morgan

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Jason Morgan is associate professor at Reitaku University in Kashiwa, Japan, and was a 2016 Mises Institute Fellow. For a list of his books and publications, see his personal site.

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The Greatest Thing the Roman Empire Ever Did Was Go Away

World History

Blog02/24/2021

Scheidel contends that the fall of Rome precipitated the kind of competition-driven innovation that made modernity possible in the first place. Rome’s greatest gift to posterity is that, in disappearing, it made room for the West to rise.

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The State Is a False-Flag Operation

01/26/2021Power & Market
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MKULTRA and the CIA's War on the Human Mind

Big GovernmentBook Reviews

Blog09/08/2020

Is the CIA a dastardly menace or a hotbed of horrible mistakes? If Stephen Kinzer’s new book is any indication, the answer is both.

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Review: Unprofitable Schooling: Examining Causes of, and Fixes for, America’s Broken Ivory Tower

Book ReviewsEducation

06/20/2020Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Unprofitable Schooling is the go-to book for anyone who wants to understand, in depth, the debates raging about why, and even whether, the academy is in such a sorry state.
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The Great Society: A Lesson in American Central Planning

Book ReviewsSocialismU.S. History

Blog06/09/2020

In the 1960s, politicians and bureaucrats had nearly unbounded faith in the ability to plan a nearly perfect society. Things didn't turn out as they had planned.

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