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History of the Austrian School of Economics

The number of Misesians was once so small that all of them knew each other personally. The world is very different now. 

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What to Do Until Privatization Comes?

Free MarketsStrategy

Blog09/18/2018

Libertarians know what should be done about government services and operations: they should be privatized. What should be done in the meantime? 

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Bureaucracy and the Civil Service in the United States

Media and CultureCalculation and KnowledgePolitical Theory

09/14/2018The Journal of Libertarian Studies
One of the most important sociological laws is the "Iron Law of Oligarchy": every field of human endeavor, every kind of organization, will always be led by a relatively small elite.
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Hegel and the Romantic Age

BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

09/08/2018Mises Daily Articles
Hegel, unfortunately, was not a bizarre aberrant force in European thought. He was one of many infected by Romanticism.
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Dr. Mary Ruwart: How Government Keeps Us Sick

Big GovernmentHealthStrategy

08/31/2018Audio/Video
Jeff Deist and Dr. Mary Ruwart discuss the sobering reality of the US medical cartel.
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On The Duty Of Natural Outlaws To Shut Up

Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

08/23/2018Articles of Interest
Who would join a radical minority movement, and commit him- or herself for life to social obloquy and a marginal existence, for the sake of 20% more bathtubs, or 15% more candy bars? Who will man the barricades either physically or spiritually, for more peanuts or Pepsi?
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Sorry, "Medicare for All" Won't Save the Taxpayers Money

HealthTaxes and Spending

Blog08/18/2018

Lowering quality and destroying health care choices might reduce some "administrative costs," but the real cost to the public of a government healthcare system is much higher than is admitted.

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Interview with Murray Rothbard on Man, Economy, and State, Mises, and the Future of the Austrian School

History of the Austrian School of Economics

08/14/2018Austrian Economics Newsletter
"There is one good thing about Marx: he was not a Keynesian. I recently asked Yuri Maltsev, former Soviet economist, why is it that things seem to have fallen apart so rapidly in the Soviet Union in the last twenty years. He said in the last twenty years, the leaders of the Soviet Union have...
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