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Best of 2005


It's that time again. Time to select the best articles of 2005. To get the ball rolling, here are 25 contenders for a Top 10 list of best Daily Articles appearing this year on Mises.org. Feel free to add your favorites and send nominations and passionate opinions to best2005@mises.org:

  1. Bullies and Their Pulpits by Gard Goldsmith
  2. Ayn Rand's Contribution to the Cause of Freedom by Roderick T. Long
  3. Farmed Robbery by Thomas DiLorenzo
  4. The Diamond Fallacy by Gene Callahan
  5. The 250th Anniversary of the Discovery of Economics by Mark Thornton
  6. What is the 'Dark Side' and Why Do Some People Choose It? by Mark Thornton
  7. The Political Economy of Fear by Robert Higgs
  8. But Wouldn't Warlords Take Over? by Robert Murphy
  9. The New Deal in One Lesson by Christopher Westley
  10. Why Nazism Was Socialism by George Reisman
  11. Scientism Standing in the Way of Science:
    An Historical Precedent to Austrian Economics
    by Gene Callahan
  12. It's Never Enough by N. Joseph Potts
  13. The Illusions of Hedonics by Antony Mueller
  14. Does Neuroscience Refute Ethics?" by "Lucretius"
  15. A Consuming Folly by Sean Corrigan
  16. In Defense of Bribery by Pierre Lemieux
  17. In Praise of Disorganized Labor by Chris Westley
  18. The Grave Danger of Catfish Terrorism by William Anderson
  19. The Myth of the Magical Multiplier by Frank Shostak
  20. Ethanol and the Calculation Issue by Peter Anderson
  21. How To Create A Shortage by William Anderson
  22. Then Katrina Came by Walter Block
  23. The State Conquers the Parking Lot by Laurence M. Vance
  24. Gas Prices Fact or Fiction: A Primer on Supply and Demand by Tom Lehman
  25. The Evaportion of the FCC by Kevin Johnson

Here are further nominations as they come in to best2005@mises.org:


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