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BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of Economics
Instead of succumbing to the zeitgeist, Rothbard moved it.
Williams’s impressive ability to speak on wide-ranging issues with unusual clarity derived from his steadfast commitment to the “economic way of thinking.”
Today would have been the ninety-second birthday of JoAnn Rothbard.
Nock despised plutocratic conservatism, and rightly saw Herbert Hoover as the embodiment of this point of view. Above all, Albert Jay Nock hated militarism and intervention in foreign wars.
BiographiesProtectionism and Free TradeWorld History
Richard Cobden today is an underappreciated hero of peace and freedom in trade, and he fought the power of the state at every turn.
John Maynard Keynes's supporters still insist that he was a mild and benign liberal. In truth, Keynes supported the blood-soaked Soviet regime and called himself a socialist.
Big GovernmentBiographiesSocialismHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPolitical Theory
What would Mises think about the current state of the liberal project he laid out 100 years ago?
In the midst of moral and intellectual decay, Roepke was an inflexible harbinger of the return to reason, honesty and sound political practice.
If Austrian economics seems daunting, just read Hazlitt.
BiographiesMoney and BanksTaxes and SpendingPolitical Theory
Dalio played the game, by the rules of the game. Now he appears to say, "I've got mine, let's change the rules."