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Joseph Solis-Mullen

A graduate of Spring Arbor University and the University of Illinois, Joseph Solis-Mullen is a political scientist and graduate student in the economics department at the University of Missouri. A writer and blogger, his work can be found at the Ludwig Von Mises Institute, Eurasian Review, Libertarian Institute, and Sage Advance. You can contact him through his website http://www.jsmwritings.com or find him on Twitter.

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Money and Banking in the US after the Crises of the 1970s and '80s

Money and Banks

Blog01/13/2022

In its effort to patch together a working financial system out of postwar crises, the Federal Reserve would wildly exceed its mandate, flooding the world with dollars.

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Money and Banking after World War II: A Study in Extremes

World History

Blog01/12/2022

Any discussion of money and banking in the United States post-1945 starts with introducing its two central features: the Bretton Woods System and the New Deal.

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Chile's New President Threatens the Nation's Market-Driven Prosperity

World History

Blog01/06/2022

Gabriel Boric is no friend of free trade, low taxes, or markets in general. Yet these policies are what made Chile the most prosperous country in South America.

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Turkey's Economy Is in Big Trouble

World History

Blog01/05/2022

Turkey's President Erdoğan faces a series of crises as the lira collapses and the state's central bank steps in to clean up the mess.

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The West Must Stop Trying To Expand NATO into Ukraine

War and Foreign Policy

12/23/2021Mises Media
The US and NATO must do as little as possible to contribute to the conflict in Ukraine. This especially includes continuing to arm Ukraine and insisting that it has a future in NATO.
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