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The Problem With Socialism

EducationTaxes and SpendingPolitical Theory


My hope is that my new book, The Problem with Socialism, will be viewed as a companion to Henry Hazlitt's classic Economics in One Lesson.

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The Lesson Revisited



Economics, as we have now seen again and again, is a science of recognizing secondary consequences.

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Higher Education’s Academic Monoculture

EducationMedia and CultureTaxes and SpendingInterventionism

Thanks to government funding and a lack of intellectual diversity, critical thinking has become a mere afterthought at American universities.

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Peer-Review and Science’s Funding Problem



The funding of research is inherently an entrepreneurial decision.

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Against Public Policy



Mises: To seek to organize society is just as crazy as it would be to tear a living plant to bits in order to make a new one out of the dead parts.

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Rothbard and the Importance of Freedom in Education



The Index of Freedom of Education is right, that at the core of freedom in education is the issue of diversity and competition in educational institutions.

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Flint MI. Whistle Blower Says Public Science Broken

EducationThe EnvironmentHealthPrivate Property


The Virginia Tech Professor who blew the whistle on lead in the water in Flint, MI thinks "public science" has been broken. Not knowing its been a broken system all along.

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Mises Institute Ranked 9th Most Influential US Think Tank

EducationMedia and Culture


The Mises Institute has been named the 9th Most Influential US Think Tank by, a leading online resource for campus and online education.

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