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The Popular (and Wrong) Interpretation of the "Industrial Revolution"

Free MarketsWorld HistoryEntrepreneurshipHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

06/04/2019Mises Daily Articles
Far from being a bucolic utopia, economic conditions were highly unsatisfactory on the eve of the Industrial Revolution. The traditional social system was not elastic enough to provide for the needs of a rapidly increasing population.
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The Fed Has No Choice But to Return to Ultra-Low Interest Rates

Blog06/04/2019

Markets are already betting that the Fed will re-commit itself to more stimulus and more ultra-low rates. The markets are probably right.

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Dr. Keith Smith on How to Secede from the Broken Health Care and Insurance System

Decentralization and SecessionHealth

06/04/2019Audio/Video
Bob Murphy and Keith Smith discuss the recent FMMA conference in Dallas and how patients and doctors can break away from our broken health care system.
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David Nordfors on the People-Centered Economy

The EntrepreneurEntrepreneurship

06/04/2019Audio/Video
Hunter Hastings and David Nordfors discuss a huge entrepreneurial opportunity: using technological innovation to make people more valuable to each other.
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Why Gun Ownership Rates Tell Us Little About Homicide Trends in America

Legal SystemU.S. History

Blog06/04/2019

Homicide trends in America are driven by deeply entrenched historical and cultural factors that extend far beyond the prevalence of gun ownership.

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How To Rollback Bad Health Care Laws

Health

06/03/2019Audio/Video
How should physicians act within the problematic framework of “organized medicine” to tangibly improve medical practice? Accad and Koka interview Dr. Marcelo Hochman.
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Outlawing Jobs: The Minimum Wage

Free MarketsInterventionism

06/03/2019Mises Daily Articles
In truth, there is only one way to regard a minimum wage law: it is compulsory unemployment, period.
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