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When LBJ Assaulted a Fed Chairman

Money and BanksU.S. HistoryMoney and Banking

Blog07/31/2018

Naturally, Fed chairmen claim they are never influenced by politicians who threaten them. But it would by naïve to take this at face value.

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Who is Philip Wicksteed?

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsPraxeology

07/09/2018Audio/Video
G.P. Manish highlights the life and work of theologian and scholar Philip Wicksteed (1844–1927).
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Wages, Unemployment, and Inflation

Labor and WagesValue and Exchange

Blog06/29/2018

There is only one way that leads to an improvement of the standard of living for the wage-earning masses: an increase in the amount of capital invested.

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Why We Need Laura Ingalls Wilder and the Little House Books

Media and CultureU.S. History

Blog06/25/2018

The books of Laura Ingalls Wilder show a more civilized and libertarian side of the American frontier.

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What's Behind Trump's Korea Agreement

Global EconomyWar and Foreign Policy

Blog06/23/2018

Trump's Singapore Summit was really just a way for him to cede power in the region to the Koreas and to China. 

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Workplace Raids: A Big Problem with Immigration Enforcement

Bureaucracy and RegulationPrivate PropertyValue and Exchange

Blog06/08/2018

Workplace raids against employers of non-government-approved workers make a mockery of private property rights.

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What the Supreme Court Got Wrong in Its Gay-Wedding Cake Decision

Bureaucracy and RegulationLegal SystemPrivate Property

Blog06/04/2018

There's really no need to do legal gymnastics about religious freedom. A simple respect for property rights solves the problem of forced baking of gay-wedding cakes.

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Why Fractional Reserve Banking Poses a Threat to Market Stability

Money and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking

Blog05/04/2018

Mises advocated free banking because he thought it would restrain fractional reserve banking, which he viewed as the cause of unsustainable booms.

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