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The Week in Review: November 21, 2015

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11/21/2015Mises Wire
The Paris attacks forced the world's attention away from causes such as the plight of "white privilege" on college campuses and back to the consequences of blowback to interventionist foreign policy. Unfortunately, the political response to these atrocities have been predictable.
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The Week in Review: November 14, 2015

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11/14/2015Mises Wire
This week, the dangers of the authoritarian PC culture was driven to the forefront of the national conversation by students at Mizzou. Fortunately, Mises Scholars launched a pre-emptive strike against PC and the degenerating university system at last weekend's Mises Circle in Phoenix.
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The Week In Review: November 7, 2015

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11/07/2015Mises Wire
There were many state and local elections in the US this week, but few of them will result in anything that will combat widely held and popular errors about central banking, drug prohibition, and the global environment.
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The Mises Week in Review: October 31, 2015

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10/31/2015Mises Wire
The Fed's Federal Open Market Committee renewed its commitment to easy money this week. The Fed will pretend to be committed to raising rates while doing nothing, and its ongoing war against deflation will continue to make us poorer.
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The Mises Week in Review: October 24, 2015

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10/24/2015Mises Wire
No amount of fantasizing can make fundamental economic realities go away, no matter how much we put our faith in central banks, government regulation, or technologies of the future.
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The Mises Week in Review: October 17, 2015

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10/17/2015Mises Wire
It was a big week for Bernie Sanders's brand of socialism, and millions of Americans already agree with him. Thanks to unquestioning acceptance of wild claims about the success of socialism in Europe, many Americans are now wishing for some European-style socialism themselves.
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The Mises Week in Review: October 10, 2015

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10/10/2015Mises Wire
International trade grasped headlines with Monday’s announcement that twelve governments have agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. While we should expect to see this celebrated in the editorial pages of the Wall Street Journal , it is unfortunate even libertarian organizations are praising...
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The Mises Week in Review: October 3, 2015

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10/03/2015Mises Wire
Whether its drug prices, crushing debt, or unemployment, government can always come up with someone else to blame. Fortunately though, in spite of the lackluster economy the Fed and the government seem committed to giving us, there's hope for a much better future.
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