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Nation, State, and Economy

StrategyPrivate Property

07/16/2019Audio/Video
Jeff Deist and Ryan McMaken discuss what the nationality principle means for liberalism.
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Non-Renewable Resources Never Really Run Out

The EnvironmentEntrepreneurship

Blog07/03/2019

Supply, demand, and prices affect human usage of natural resources in such a way that the most scarce and valued resources are economized and preserved. The practical effect is that valuable resources never really run out.

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NCAA: Making a Federal Case Out of Private Rules Violations

Legal System

Blog06/13/2019

Federal prosecutors are now charging suspects with breaking non-existent federal statutes in cases involving violations of internal NCAA rules. But if there is fraud anywhere in this sorry affair, it is committed by federal prosecutors, defense attorneys, federal judges, and journalists.

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New Deal and Cold War: The Link of State Domination

Free MarketsU.S. HistoryOther Schools of Thought

05/20/2019Mises Daily Articles
One of the most brilliant and forceful attacks on Cold War foreign policy in the postwar era came from the pen of the veteran free-market publicist Garet Garrett, In his pamphlet "The Rise of Empire."
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Nationalism, Socialism, and Violent Revolution

SocialismWorld HistoryOther Schools of Thought

Blog05/02/2019

Marx said that what he wanted was to create a one-world state. And that was Lenin’s idea too.

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Nicaragua: Latin America's Other Socialist-Spawned Crisis

Global EconomySocialismThe Police State

Blog04/27/2019

2018 was the year when, yet again, the socialist model proved its inability to generate benefits for a population

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