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Jonathan Newman

Tags The FedMedia and CultureCapital and Interest TheoryInterventionismValue and Exchange

Works Published inThe AustrianSpeeches and PresentationsMises Daily ArticleQuarterly Journal of Austrian Economics

Jonathan Newman is Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance at Bryan College and an Associated Scholar of the Mises Institute. He earned his PhD at Auburn University while a Research Fellow at the Mises Institute. 

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The Toxic Politicization of Society

Booms and BustsMoney and BanksU.S. Economy

11/17/2021Mises Media
Tho and Jonathan discuss the supposedly transitory aspect of inflation, the overshadowing of economics by central planning, Keynesian economics, and more.
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Rothbard and Adam Smith

Book ReviewsHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of Thought

10/08/2021Mises Media
Was Rothbard's harsh criticism of Adam Smith justified, or was Smith actually an early and valiant proponent of laissez-faire? Hunter Hastings and Jonathan Newman join Jeff Deist to discuss.
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How Nixon and FDR Used "Crises" to Destroy the Dollar's Links to Gold

Money and Banks

08/26/2021Mises Media
In 1971, Nixon used a fiscal crisis to justify severing the dollar's last connection to gold. It was the same old story: "we must vastly expand government power because of a 'crisis.'" The government never gives up these new powers.
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How Nixon and FDR Used "Crises" to Destroy the Dollar's Links to Gold

Money and Banks

Blog08/14/2021

In 1971, Nixon used a fiscal crisis to justify severing the dollar's last connection to gold. It was the same old story: "we must vastly expand government power because of a 'crisis.'" The government never gives up these new powers. 

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