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The Decline of the American Republic

May 27, 2009
In 1955, John T. Flynn saw what few others journalist did: the welfare-warfare state conspired to bring down American liberty.

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Forgotten Lessons: Selected Essays of John T. Flynn

March 5, 2010
This collection of essays and articles provides a small sampling of Flynn's work, as well as a look at some of the great themes that animated the Old Right...

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The Betrayal of the American Right

September 13, 2007
Rothbard identifies a movement he calls the “Old Right.” This was a libertarian movement that included Albert Jay Nock, H. L. Mencken, and John T. Flynn...

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The American Omen

November 22, 2007
Originally appeared serially as "The American Book of Wonder" in The Saturday Evening Post ...

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The American Story

May 27, 2009
Here is Garet Garrett's retelling of American history, with a special focus on the technologies and people behind them that transformed life for average people, along with a relentless and truth-telling story about the rise of the state...

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Who is John T. Flynn?

February 29, 2008
Flynn's essential insight — that the threat to America is not to be found in any foreign capitol, but in Washington, D.C. — takes on new immediacy today...

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A History of American Currency

June 7, 2007
Sumner's lesson is that paper currency leads to a trap: continued crisis, hyperinflation, or the restoration of sound money...

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A Foreign Policy for Americans

December 18, 2007
Written in 1951, Senator Robert Taft argued that the freedom of the people of the United States was — as it is now — in serious danger from the foreign and domestic policies of the political class...

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History of American Socialisms

August 4, 2009
It is certainly high time that Socialists should begin to take lessons from experience; and for this purpose, that they should chasten their confidence in flattering theories, and turn their attention to actual events.

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The Forging of American Socialism

June 16, 2009
At the instigation of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, the headquarters of the first International Workingmen's Association, mortally ill from the wasting disease of Bakunin anarchism, was transferred in 1872 from London to New York, to let it die in peace and obscurity. The communist leaders...

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A Short History of Man: Progress and Decline

March 5, 2015
A Short History of Man is a concise revisionist history of man, skillfully presented by Hans-Herman Hoppe.

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Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy

September 12, 2007
Introduction by Justin Raimondo Capitalists as Enemies of Capitalism Introduction by Murray Rothbard An Aggressive Asian Policy Teddy Roosevelt and the "Lone Nut" Morgan, Wilson, and War The Fortuitous Fed The Round Table The CFR Rockefeller, Morgan, and War The Guatemalan Coup JFK and...

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The Transformation of the American Economy, 1865-1914

August 19, 2011
The Gilded Age — lasting from 1865 to World War I — was an era of economic growth never before seen in the history of the world. Robert Higgs explains why...

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Foreign Policy and the American Mind

March 16, 2010
It is a truth often uttered that war is an extension of foreign policy. In our day, unhappily, foreign policy is an extension of war, and it shares deeply in the modern character of war.

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Why American History Is Not What They Say

October 24, 2012
Jeff Riggenbach's book is a crash course in revisionist history of the United States. What is revisionism? It is the retelling of history from a point of view that differs from the mainstream, which always treats the victor — the state — as glorious and the conquered —...

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John Prince Smith and the German Free-Trade Movement

July 20, 2005
M an, Economy, and Liberty : Essays in Honor of Murray N. Rothbard . Edited by Walter Block and Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. Copyright © 1988 by the Ludwig von Mises Institute. Auburn , Ala. Pp. 341–51...

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Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy

July 20, 2005
This fiery monograph shows a side of Murray Rothbard not seen in his theoretical treatise: his ability to employ "power elite" analysis to understand the relationship between money, power, and war...

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The Economic Mind in American Civilization: 1606-1865, Volume Two

October 14, 2009
Just as differences in political theory among the learned gentlemen of business made little substantial difference in th.eir specific outlook on commerce, so in the academic world party animosities hardly affected the general economic philosophy.

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The Economic Mind in American Civilization: 1606-1865, Volume One

October 14, 2009
In America as elsewhere, economic thought is an integral part of culture. Its richness and the reach of its relevance can be appreciated fully only when it is treated in its natural habitat of practical affairs and intellectual endeavor. It grows by constant crossbreeding with other species of...

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