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Keynesian Economists Ignore Say's Law. We're Paying the Price.

World HistoryOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog09/03/2019

By advocating an increased monetary role for the state, Keynes has made the credit cycle considerably worse and more destabilising.

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Keynes and the Reds

BiographiesWorld History

08/30/2019The Free Market
If Keynes was such a model champion of the free society, how can we account for his peculiar comments, in 1933, endorsing, though with reservations, the social "experiments" that were going on at the time in Italy, Germany, and Russia?
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Keynesian Fake News in the Wall Street Journal

07/09/2019Power & Market
Given the repeated failures of Keynesian economic policy, both in America and around the world, you would think the theory would be discredited. Apparently financial journalists aren’t very familiar with real-world evidence. Read More

Kenya’s Fishing Crisis Reminds Us of the Benefits of Free Trade

Protectionism and Free Trade

Blog04/23/2019

Thanks to trade with the Chinese, more Africans have access to safe food they would otherwise lack.

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Krugman Needs a Lesson on Why Truckers Are Paid Less Now than in the 1970s

Labor and WagesValue and Exchange

Blog04/18/2019

Truckers are paid less now than in the 1970s because government regulators once tightly controlled competition, thus driving up the cost of living for everyone else.

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Keynes and the Versailles Treaty's Infamous "Article 231"

Blog04/05/2019

Historians have neglected the role of John Maynard Keynes in writing some of the worst provisions of the Versailles treaty — which sowed the seeds of World War II.

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Karl Marx and the Great Socialist Revival

Big GovernmentSocialism

Blog01/10/2019

As decades pass since the fall of the USSR, romanticism is replacing the bitter facts of the lives people in communist regimes were forced to live

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