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Corporate WelfareEconomic FreedomTaxes and Spending
The German "stimulus" package does nothing to actually stimulate true economic growth. If German policymakers were smart, they'd be cutting taxes and spending, while abolishing regulations.
Corporate WelfareMonetary PolicySocialism
We're now seeing an economic system where both supply and demand depend on government subsidies, handouts, and monetary schemes. This isn't a market economy.
Global EconomyMoney and Banks
Euro governments are planning to use the banking system for widespread bailouts in the wake of the COVID-19 shutdowns. This could bring about a new financial crisis.
Decentralization and SecessionWorld History
The Republic of Genoa provides an example of how a small "state" managed to defend itself against much larger states using military resources that were overwhelmingly owned and controlled by private parties.
Media and CultureMonetary PolicyCapital and Interest Theory
As Japan has shown, ultralow interest rates can greatly affect a society that was once impressively focused on innovation and investment.
U.S. HistoryPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory
The Constitution is a dead letter. The only way to save its ideals is to rebuild the ideology behind it—laissez-faire liberalism—from the ground up.
Nozick tries and fails to show how a minimal state might justifiably arise from Rothbardian anarchy.
Other Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology
Information on consumer sentiment is potentially helpful, but only insofar as sentiment reflects the reality of the economic situation.