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Business Schools Need More Austrian Economics

08/15/2019Power & Market

There is a lot of misunderstanding and bad economics being taught to business students, forcing many into courses claiming that theory in economics is useless, and that ‘data’ solves it all. In such programs, we are in desperate need for an Austrian revolution.

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The Rise of Capitalism

Free MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

08/14/2019Mises Daily Articles
The characteristic feature of capitalism that distinguished it from precapitalist methods of production is capitalism's efforts to make goods and services available to everyone — not just the wealthy.
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The Dangers of Defamation Laws

Bureaucracy and RegulationLegal System

Blog08/14/2019

Even if laws against slander and libel appear good in theory, in practice they are all too often used by the powerful to silence the weak. A respect for free speech demands defamation laws be kept very weak.

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Why Roddy Piper Was Too Rowdy in 'They Live'

Media and CultureStrategy

08/14/2019Audio/Video
Bob Murphy analyzes John Carpenter’s 1988 cult classic They Live , starring Roddy Piper.
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The Six Things Boris Johnson Should Do to Turn the UK Around

Global EconomyMoney and BanksProtectionism and Free Trade

Blog08/14/2019

Brexit is an opportunity to reset economic, monetary, and trade policies. The implications of getting rid of the EU millstone go far beyond the leaving date of 31 October. 

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Abolish the Federal Death Penalty

Legal System

Blog08/13/2019

Federal criminal prosecutions ought to be abolished and left to the states. But until that happens, abolishing the federal death penalty is a good place to start.

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Why the Dollar Rules the World — And Why Its Reign Could End

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog08/13/2019

The US dollar came to rule the world in the wake of two world wars. But back then, the dollar's hegemony was based on a solid foundation of savings and capital accumulation. But today, the dollar's growth is based on huge piles of debt.

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Patrick Newman Cracks the Code to Publish a New Rothbard Manuscript

U.S. History

08/12/2019Audio/Video
Economist Patrick Newman relays his adventurous tale of deciphering Murray Rothbard’s handwritten manuscript on early American history.
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