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The Hardheaded Thought of Ludwig von Mises: Ever Attacked and Ever Triumphant

SocialismAustrian Economics OverviewPhilosophy and Methodology

Responding to an attack on Ludwig von Mises in the socialist publication Jacobin, Professor Wiśniewski corrects the errors and sets the record straight.

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The Nobel for Government Intervention: Bernanke and Others Rewarded for Flawed Theories

Booms and BustsThe FedBusiness Cycles

Blog10/19/2022

This year's trio of Nobel winners in economics are short on actual economics and long on government intervention.

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The Perils of Higher Education: Institutional Failure

EducationSocialism

Blog10/18/2022

As we watch the once proud edifice of higher education in the USA crumble, we realize that we are looking at institutional failure itself.

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The Bank of England Made Liz Truss a Scapegoat

Central BanksGlobal EconomyMoney and Banking

Blog10/18/2022

The only lesson for the United Kingdom is to remember that if you follow Greece’s economic policies, you get Greek debt, unemployment, and growth.

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The French Must Rediscover the Taste for Individual Freedom: An Interview with Professor Pascal Salin

LiberalismSocialism

Blog10/17/2022

The French, who coined the term laissez-faire, have become people thoroughly captured by statism. Professor Salin shows another way for France to go.

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The Left's Attacks on Mises Continue to Miss

LiberalismPolitical TheoryPraxeology

Blog10/14/2022

Another Marxist intellectual takes a shot at Mises. Like the other critics on the left, he understands little of what Mises wrote or believed.

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Thanks to the Fed, You'll Work More This Year to Keep Last Year's Standard of Living

U.S. History

Blog10/12/2022

This is the "American dream" the Fed has given us: work more jobs and longer hours to keep paying those bills that are now growing at 8 percent per year.

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The Turkish Way

InflationPovertyWorld History

Blog10/11/2022

Turkey's economy is reeling under inflation rates likely reaching 170 percent. Not surprisingly, the worst of it is felt by regular people just trying to make a living.

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