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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 State: It’s Oligarchs All the Way Down

World History

04/08/2022Mises Media
Lenin called World War I a war among the capitalists of Europe. He was wrong. It was a war among oligarchs, statists who extract wealth from legitimate economic activity at the barrel of a gun.
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The State: It’s Oligarchs All the Way Down

World History

Blog04/02/2022

Lenin called World War I a war among the capitalists of Europe. He was wrong. It was a war among oligarchs, statists who extract wealth from legitimate economic activity at the barrel of a gun.

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Governments "Sanction" Their Own Citizens Every Day. The Russia Sanctions Are Just a Natural Evolution.

War and Foreign Policy

Blog03/19/2022

The scale of the sanctions which Washington has imposed on Russia (and Russians) should not distract us from a crucial fact. What Washington is doing against Moscow is not rare. It is something that happens every day. 

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The Roman Empire Wasn't "Civilization." It Was Violence.

Book Reviews

Blog03/10/2022

Kulikowski's two-volume history of Rome offers many lessons in what was at the center of the empire. What was Rome? It was violence—political violence as an organizing principle.

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The Price of Peace: Money, Democracy, and the Life of John Maynard Keynes

Book Reviews

11/18/2021Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Jason Morgan reviews Zachary Carter's new intellectual biography of John Maynard Keynes, finding it "an essential read" which, with admirable even-handedness, presents the Keynesian world to readers, warts and all.
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