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Jeff Deist

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Jeff Deist is president of the Mises Institute, where he serves as a writer, public speaker, and advocate for property, markets, and civil society. He previously worked as a longtime advisor and chief of staff to Congressman Ron Paul, for whom he wrote hundreds of articles and speeches. In his years with Dr. Paul he worked with countless grassroots activists and organizations dedicated to reducing the size and scope of government.

Jeff also spent many years as a tax attorney advising private equity clients on mergers & acquisitions. 

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Politics Drops Its Pretenses

Big GovernmentStrategyPolitical Theory

Blog10/15/2019

We need an anti-politics movement just as surely as we need an antiwar movement. 

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Patrick Newman on Rothbard and his Critics

Austrian Economics OverviewHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of Thought

10/11/2019Audio/Video
The late Murray Rothbard has passionate fans and critics alike—but was he really the intransigent person his detractors portray?
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A Tort Law Approach to Fighting Big Tech?

Legal SystemStrategy

10/03/2019Audio/Video
Jeff Deist presents during the "Law and History" session at the 2019 Libertarian Scholars Conference in New York City.
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Why the Fed's Mythology Endures, with Murray Sabrin

Big GovernmentThe FedAustrian Economics Overview

09/27/2019Audio/Video
Professor Murray Sabrin joins Jeff Deist for a comprehensive look at central bank mythmaking.
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A World of Malice

War and Foreign Policy

09/26/2019The Austrian
Conservatism, Malice famously remarks, is progressivism driving the speed limit. Malice’s latest book, aptly titled The New Right: A Journey to the Fringe of American Politics, documents a movement of sorts to change this.
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