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Who's Listening?

March 24, 2009
Listening to the truth always has fortunate results.

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Who Was Bastiat?

August 21, 2007
The vast majority of people who have learned anything about economics have relied on Bastiat or publications that were influenced by his work. This collection — possibly more than anything ever written about economics — is the antidote for economic illiteracy regarding such things as...

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Who's the American Taliban?

January 17, 2002
The political buzz for weeks has centered on whether the Democrats are going to employ the "Taliban Strategy," claiming that the Republican Party's right flank is the "Taliban Wing." How does the left get away with describing right-wing thought as Talibanish, especially when...

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The Federal Reserve as a Confidence Game: What They Were Saying in 2007

March 24, 2010
These are the people who said that there was no housing bubble, that there was no danger of financial crisis, and then that a financial crisis would not impact the real economy. These are the same people who said they needed a multitrillion dollar bailout of the financial industry, or we would get...

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Who Owns the North Pole?

April 7, 2015
The US, Russia, Canada, Denmark, and other states are racing to take control of the Arctic Ocean. Outside of a few tiny outposts, however, these states have never "homesteaded" the region, so their claims of true ownership are fanciful at best...

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Who Are the Champions of the Common Man?

September 21, 2013
The advances that constitute civilization have resulted from human beings cooperating voluntarily.

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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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What If Public Schools Were Abolished?

July 24, 2012
If we could abolish public schools and compulsory schooling laws, we would have better schools at half the price — and be freer too...

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Immigrants Aren’t the Only Ones Who Shouldn’t Be Voting

July 24, 2015
Many commentators focus on immigrants when declaring that people who live off government spending should not be able to vote. However, there is no lack of longtime citizens who also have an incentive to keep the tax money flowing as long as possible.

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Who Were the Cameralists?

March 6, 2012
The cameralists were German university professors who advised the princes and their bureaucracy how best to maximize their revenue and power.

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Who Owns the Parking Lots?

October 1, 2005
The Free Market 26, no. 10 (October 2005) The fifteenth anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, signed into law by President Bush I on July 26, 1990, has come and gone, but it has not been a success. It has cost untold billions, increased the pestilence of labor disputes, and...

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Why We're Winning: An Interview with Joseph T. Salerno

Volume 16, Number 3 (Fall 1996) An Interview with Joseph T. Salerno Joseph Salerno, professor of economics at Pace University, is a leading figure in today's growing Austrian School. He has been a pioneer in many fields, including monetary theory, comparative systems, the history of thought,...

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The Journal of Libertarian Studies

Why Race Matters: A Preview

February 26, 1996
The Journal of Libertarian Studies , Volume 12, Number 2 (Fall 1996)

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Who Is Benjamin Anderson?

July 20, 2005
(2001) Ludwig von Mises Institute Web site.

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How Different Were Röpke and Mises?

July 20, 2005
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In Counterfactuals We're All Dead

In his important contribution, Jörg Guido Hülsmann (2003) attempted to redefine the method of economic science. According to him most economic laws are counterfactual in their nature

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Who is at Fault?

November 1, 2002
As the markets continue to wallow in bear territory, and as consumer—and, more important, investor—confidence falls, writers and commentators of all stripes have weighed in to give their two cents’ worth concerning the key question: who or what is at fault?...

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President Who?

August 1, 1996
In a truly free society, it wouldn't matter who the president was. We wouldn't have to vote or pay attention to debates. We could ignore campaign commercials. There would be no high stakes for ourselves, our families, or the country. Liberty and property would be so secure that we could...

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Who's to Say What's Right or Wrong? People Who Have Ph.D.s in Philosophy, That's Who

In this article, Richard Sharvy discusses Plato's Euthyphro . Volume 21, Number 3 (2007)...

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