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Ocasio-Cortez's Selective Memory on the New Deal

Poverty

Blog04/11/2019

The New Deal invigorated a bureaucratic state which had already done much to limit the entrepreneurial opportunities of Americans of all racial and economic backgrounds.

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One Reason the Modern Left Keeps Winning: They Think Long Term

03/28/2019Power & Market

A reason the left is good as what it does: it thinks big and thinks   long term. Conservatives and libertarians, meanwhile, like to give up   immediately if something seems like it might take a while, or if other   people don't embrace their ideas instantly.

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Only Capitalism Will Save the Millennials

Big GovernmentSocialismEntrepreneurship

Blog03/16/2019

The endpoint of the existing system of party democracy, social welfare, and state capitalism is state bankruptcy, misery, and suppression.

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Ownership, Scarcity, and Economic Decision Making

Calculation and Knowledge

03/12/2019Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
By improving our understanding of scarcity, we can greatly improve our understanding of economics overall.
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On Equality and Inequality

Free MarketsInterventionismOther Schools of Thought

03/11/2019Mises Daily Articles
The fact that men are born unequal in regard to physical and mental capacities cannot be argued away.
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On Regulation and Centralisation, the UK’s Record Is No Better Than the EU’s

Big GovernmentDecentralization and Secession

Blog03/01/2019

Decentralisation should not stop at Brexit. Federalism is a sustainable answer to Britain’s constitutional problems.

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Our Greatest Presidents?

Big GovernmentU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign PolicyPolitical Theory

02/18/2019Mises Daily Articles
The professional custodians of American views of history have always named the same presidents as "great." It's always the presidents who abused power frequently, and expanded government power the most.
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Our Disastrous Obsession with Equality

Blog02/16/2019

In a true market economy, the financial success of one person cannot conceivably be the cause of someone’s else’s poverty. In fact, it's the opposite.

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