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John Kennedy

John Kennedy is a recent graduate of Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy. Economists such as Murray Rothbard, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, and Ludwig von Mises have captured his interest in Austrian economics and inspired him to start writing.

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How Bad Were Recessions before the Fed? Not as Bad as They Are Now

Booms and BustsEconomic PolicyThe FedInflationMoney and Banks

2 hours agoMises Media
The Federal Reserve was supposed to prevent recessions that people blamed on the lack of central banking. Not surprisingly, the post-Fed recessions have been worse.
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Yes, They Were Socialists: How the Nazis Waged War on Private Property

Cronyism and CorporatismSocialism

Blog07/05/2022

The myth that won't die is that Nazi Germany was a fully functioning free-market economy. In truth, it was effectively as socialist as its supposed rival, the USSR.

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How Bad Were Recessions before the Fed? Not as Bad as They Are Now

Booms and BustsThe FedInflationBusiness Cycles

Blog06/28/2022

The Federal Reserve was supposed to prevent recessions that people blamed on the lack of central banking. Not surprisingly, the post-Fed recessions have been worse.

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At Least Private Police Would Have an Incentive to Act

06/15/2022Power & Market
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