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The Best Way to Compete with China Is to Free the Economy

Global Economy

Blog03/12/2018

There is no danger of China truly freeing its economy and thus really rivaling America's more market-based system. 

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The Fateful Wish for Price Stability

Free MarketsInterventionismMonetary Theory

02/28/2018Mises Daily Articles
Price stability is a scheme dreamed up by central bankers and other interventionists in an effort to circumvent markets.
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The Political Economy of the Antifederalists

U.S. HistoryPolitical Theory

02/02/2018The Journal of Libertarian Studies
The Constitution, Antifedralists said, lacked sufficient mechanisms to prevent the new government from taxing, spending, and regulating without limit.
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The Constitution Does What it Was Written To Do — Expand Government Power

U.S. HistoryPolitical Theory

Blog01/09/2018
The purposely open-ended Commerce Clause and deliberately nebulous phrases such as “general welfare” are in there for a reason.
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The Fed's Great Unwind: Will It Sink Us?

The Fed

12/08/2017The Austrian
Rather than look to the Fed for solutions, a more practical approach is to demystify the Fed’s damaging effect on the economy sooner rather than later.
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Trump’s Fed Picks? More of the Same!

The Fed

Blog10/24/2017
President Trump’s embrace of status quo monetary policy could prove fatal to both his presidency and the American economy.
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The Eternal Struggle Between the Merchant and the Bureaucrat

Global EconomyProtectionism and Free TradeWorld History

Civilization, it ought to be remembered, has been created by those men who have resisted power, not by those who have exercised it.
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The Fed Remains on Course – to Trouble

The Fed

07/26/2017Mises Wire
If the Fed really intends to turn away from its easy-money policies, it has three options for doing it. All of them are risky.
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