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Is Nationalism a Good Thing? It Depends.

World History

Blog07/26/2022

It’s impossible to simply declare nationalism itself to be good or bad. Its goodness or badness depends primarily on its effect on existing regimes and state institutions.

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The Competing Ideologies for the Collectivist Mind

SocialismWorld History

Blog07/25/2022

Modern socialists claim that Hitler's Nazi regime was the antithesis of socialism. Hitler would have disagreed, as he saw himself and his movement as being primarily socialist.

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How the World Embraced Nationalism, and Why It's Not Going Away Soon

World History

Blog07/16/2022

The fact that the idea of national groups and nation-states seems so natural and so self-evident—in spite of being novel, recent, and modern—illustrates just how much nationalism has influenced our thinking. 

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The Industrial Revolution and the West Indies: Did the Colonies Spark Progress in the Metropole?

World History

Blog07/12/2022

The West Indies played a vital role in growing the British economy in the eighteenth century.

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Africa's Entrepreneurs: The Igbos of Nigeria

The EntrepreneurWorld History

Blog07/07/2022

Groups targeted by class warriors in America will achieve more if they follow the Igbos’ path and ignore the politics of grievance.

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Civil Society and Counterrevolution against Progressivism

PhilosophyProgressivismWorld HistoryPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog07/06/2022

"Repealing the twentieth century" sounds like madness to many. Yet the progressivism that came from that century will be the death knell of civilization if not stopped.

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Government Intervention Is Fueling Food Shortages

World History

Blog06/24/2022

Neither the Ukraine war nor tough weather changes would threaten a global food shortage in a normal market environment. Unfortunately, world markets are riddled with regulations, killing production.

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Juneteenth and Secular Holidays as Tools of the Regime

Media and CultureU.S. HistoryWorld History

Blog06/20/2022

Juneteenth is an example of a fiat holiday, imposed upon the nation by an imperial city to promote a specific cultural agenda.

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The Place of the Austrian School in the Evolution of Economics

World History

Blog06/02/2022

The greatness of the nineteenth century consisted in the fact that to some extent the ideas of classical economics became the dominant philosophy of state and society.

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The German Rejection of Classical Economics

World History

Blog05/31/2022

The narrow-minded repudiation of Western civilization—philosophy, science, political doctrine and institutions, art and literature—which finally resulted in Nazism, originated in a passionate detraction of classical economics.

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