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We Don't Need a Central Bank to Deal with Changes in the "Demand for Money"

Money and Banks

Blog09/04/2021

Just because the demand for money changes over time doesn't mean we need a money supply that changes over time also. 

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How America Abandoned Decentralization and Embraced the State

Decentralization and Secession

Blog09/04/2021

Political decentralization in modern times has shown itself to be the most potent intellectual restraint on the growth of Leviathan. The Constitution is not enough.

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The Rise of Economic Fascism in America

Cronyism and CorporatismU.S. History

Blog09/03/2021

Virtually all of the specific economic policies advocated by the Italian and German fascists of the 1930s have also been adopted in the United States in some form, and continue to be adopted to this day.

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When a Fallacy Isn't Really a Fallacy

Book ReviewsPhilosophy

Blog09/03/2021

Michael Huemer has written outstanding book exposing many of the ways that many people fail to misunderstand logical fallacies in many ideological debates today. 

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This Is a Sign that Price Inflation Will Soon Get Worse

Blog09/03/2021

Price inflation isn't a simple function of increases in the money supply. Rather, it depends on many other factors such as public expectations of future inflation. 

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The Market — Not Government Planning — Brings Relief from Natural Disasters

Blog09/03/2021

Expropriating private property or mandating price controls might feel like "doing something," but only market action brings real relief to disaster-prone areas.

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Study Guide to the Jordan Peterson – Robert Murphy Podcast

Media and CultureAustrian Economics OverviewPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog09/02/2021

Robert Murphy's interview with Jordan Peterson featured a fast and exciting conversation with lots of references to books, articles, and other Austrian scholarship. This study guide offers citations and explanations for that may have gone by too quickly for the audience.

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Native Americans Had a Lot More Private Property Than You Think

Property RightsU.S. HistoryPrivate Property

Blog09/02/2021

Many scholars employ excessively narrow notions of homesteading which wrongly suggest that virtually all Indian hunting grounds and food sources were "unowned."  

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