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FDR and the Collectivist Wave

World HistoryOther Schools of Thought

11/08/2019Mises Daily Articles
In the 20th century, the US regime started refusing to recognize other regimes that failed to pass a morality test. But what was "moral" was never clear since FDR enthusiastically supported the blood-soaked Soviet regime under Stalin.
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Locke vs. Cohen vs. Rothbard on Homesteading

Philosophy and MethodologyPrivate Property

Blog11/08/2019

Marxist G.A. Cohen is troubled by the freedom libertarians grant to property owners. But artificial limits are unnecessary when practical realities have so often intervened to limit property ownership by any one person.

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4 Reasons Why Socialism Is Becoming More Popular

Socialism

Blog11/08/2019

When it comes to addressing the popularization of socialism, the radicalization of academia is the lynchpin issue. If we could succeed in reversing that tsunami, many dominoes would fall.

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Ocasio-Cortez is Wrong: We're Not Working 80-Hour Weeks Now

Labor and Wages

Blog11/07/2019

Some politicians are sure that even average Americans are working more grueling hours than ever. On average we have more leisure time than ever now, and working hours are down over the past 20 years.

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The Problem of Poverty

World History

Blog11/07/2019

The history of poverty is almost the history of mankind. The ancient writers have left us few specific accounts of it because they took it for granted. It was the normal lot.

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As Gun Owners Look to Nullify Gun Laws, "Sanctuary" Isn't Just for Immigrants

Blog11/07/2019

From Oregon to Rhode Island, counties and municipalities have announced they will not enforce various state and federal gun laws.

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Can Crypto Revive Swiss Banking?

Swiss WatchFinancial MarketsMoney and Banks

Blog11/07/2019

While some governments have sought to wage war against cryptocurrencies, Switzerland is striving to become a "crypto-nation." 

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Evidence-Based Economics: What the Doctor Ordered?

HealthPhilosophy and Methodology

11/06/2019Audio/Video
Peter Klein discusses “evidence-based economics” and the relative place of randomized trials in economics and medicine.
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