Mises Wire

Why Smarter Computers Won’t Make Socialism More Workable

CapitalismSocialism

Blog08/18/2020

Market knowledge is generated in individual transactions and by entrepreneurial drive. No amount of technology can replace the market process.

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Why "Price Stability" Policies Fail

InflationPrices

Blog08/17/2020

All price changes have real effects on demand for goods, and therefore alter goods' prices relative to one another. For this reason changes in the money supply can't fail to affect resource allocation.

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Why Americans Should Adopt the Sweden Model on Covid-19

Health

Blog08/15/2020

At best, lockdowns have deferred death for a short time, but the lockdowns cannot possibly be continued for the long term.

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Why Property Rights Are Absolute, but Contracts Are Not

Blog08/13/2020

Because each person's control over his own body and will are inalienable, no person can be held to any sort of slavery "contract" even if all parties once agreed on it.

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Why There's a Left-Right Divide among Libertarians

Political Theory

Blog08/13/2020

Like it or not, libertarians have divided themselves along left-right lines. Here's a brief explanation.

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Why We Need Entrpreneurs and Market Prices for a Healthy Economy

SocialismPrices

Blog08/11/2020

We need both prices and entrepreneurs to have a functioning and prosperous marketplace. Under socialism, though, we have none of the above.

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Why Chicago's Mayor Blames Her City's Murders on Wisconsin and Indiana

Blog08/11/2020

Although it's easier to buy guns in Indiana and Wisconsin than in Chicago, homicide rates are lower in those states than in either Illinois or Chicago.

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Why I Write

StrategyPolitical Theory

Blog08/11/2020

After years of working as a DC journalist, Bovard found that "the more oppressive the government acted, the more slavish the press became."

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