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The Next Prime Minister Must Choose: Working Class Britons, or the Neo-Keynesians

Labor and WagesMoney and BanksTaxes and Spending

Blog1 hour ago

An estimated 78 percent of the UK’s working population are unable to make ends meet between pay-days. Neo-Keynesian policies are to blame.

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My Mises U Experience: Why Austrian Economics Brought Me to Auburn

EducationStrategy

5 hours agoAudio/Video
This is Nathan Moore's first year at Mises University. The Auburn University student shares what he's most excited to learn about.
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Deneen's Why Liberalism Failed Attacks a Fake Version of Liberalism

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog07/13/2019

Patrick Deneen lumps everything he dislikes under the label of "liberalism." But one is left wondering if he is familiar enough with liberalism's history to pass judgment on it.

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The Class Struggle

World HistoryOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

07/12/2019Mises Daily Articles
The workers were never enthusiastic about socialism. Socialism was brought to the masses by intellectuals of bourgeois background, dining and wining together in the luxurious London homes and country seats of late Victorian "society."
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Medievalism, Absolutism, and the French Revolution

Blog07/12/2019

The brutal, absolutist, and mercantilist state that collapsed under the French Revolution was no benign and restrained regime. And in many ways, the monarchy's embrace of a powerful centralized state sowed the seeds of its own destruction.

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How Boris Johnson Can "Make Britain Great Again"

Global EconomyLegal SystemSocialism

Blog07/12/2019

A future prime minister must have a clear understanding of his enemy, the socialist myth, why it fails, and why free markets succeed. 

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Consumers Will Decide If Women's Sports Teams Get "Equal Pay"

Labor and Wages

Blog07/11/2019

If the fans want the women to be paid more than the men, the consumers will have to spend more on watching them.

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Free Trade, Not Foreign Aid, Will Reduce the Incentive to Flee Central America

07/11/2019Power & Market

The benefits of free trade with the Northern Triangle countries of central America would be both economic and socio-political — by reducing poverty and driving fewer to emigrate.

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