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José Niño

José Niño is a freelance writer based in Austin, Texas. Sign up for his mailing list here. Contact him via Facebook or Twitter. Get his premium newsletter here.

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California Voters Defeated Affirmative Action and the Left Was Very Surprised

Legal SystemMedia and Culture

Blog12/24/2020

Ideally, political elites would like nothing more than state-sponsored ethnic conflict. Having multiple groups pitted against each other in petty political squabbles makes effective opposition against the managerial class virtually impossible. 

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What Chile’s Vote to Change Its Constitution Means for Its Future

Economic FreedomWorld History

12/04/2020Mises Media
In recent decades, Chile set itself apart from the rest of Latin America with successful market reforms and a stable political system. Average Chileans prospered. But now that's all at risk.
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The Right to Own a Gun Isn't Just for Americans

U.S. EconomyInterventionism

11/30/2020Mises Media
Private firearms ownership decentralizes coercive power, transferring some of it from the state to the private individual. Naturally, political regimes oppose this. But even many non-Americans embrace private arms.
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The Right to Own a Gun Isn't Just for Americans

Blog11/28/2020

Private firearms ownership decentralizes coercive power, transferring some of it from the state to the private individual. Naturally, political regimes oppose this. But even many non-Americans embrace private arms. 

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What Chile’s Vote to Change Its Constitution Means for Its Future

Economic FreedomWorld History

Blog11/23/2020

In recent decades, Chile set itself apart from the rest of Latin America with successful market reforms and a stable political system. Average Chileans prospered. But now that's all at risk. 

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