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Economic Nationalism Is a Philosophy of War

Free MarketsWar and Foreign PolicyInterventionism

08/23/2019Mises Daily Articles
What is needed to make peace durable is a change in ideologies. What generates war is the economic philosophy almost universally espoused today by governments and political parties.
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Economist Ben Powell Reports on His Worldwide Tour of Socialist Countries

Global EconomyOther Schools of Thought

08/06/2019Audio/Video
Bob Murphy and Ben Powell discuss Ben's newly-released book Socialism Sucks , co-authored with Robert Lawson.
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Economics is the Most Important Science for the Layman

06/19/2019Power & Market

When it comes to public policy, good outcomes depend on a good grasp of sound economics by the public.

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Every Law "Legislates Morality" — From Abortion to Minimum Wage

Legal System

06/06/2019Audio/Video
Virtually all laws involve "legislating morality." When people use this phrase they often really just mean "I want laws to back my version of morality, not yours."
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Economists Have Been "Useful Idiots" for the Green Socialists

The EnvironmentSocialismStrategy

Blog05/31/2019

Environmental activists in US politics are making it quite clear that their goal is nothing short of a socialist economic revolution.

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Every Law "Legislates Morality" — From Abortion to Minimum Wage

Blog05/30/2019

Virtually all laws involve "legislating morality." When people use this phrase they often really just mean "I want laws to back my version of morality, not yours."

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Even An-Caps Sometimes Give the State Too Much Credit

Political Theory

05/30/2019Audio/Video
Bob Murphy points out a common fallacy among even self-described anarcho-capitalists, when they blame a social problem on "too little government."
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End Federal Control of Tribal Lands

05/22/2019Power & Market

Granting greater sovereignty to Indian reservations could have benefits for Americans both inside and outside the reservation borders.

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