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It Took Six Months to Split Czechoslovakia. Why Should Brexit Take Six Years?

Decentralization and SecessionWorld History

Blog11/06/2018

In a way, the separation of the Czechs and Slovaks was like Brexit and the UK’s 1980s privatizations combined, only a lot more complicated.

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Trump is Right: The Fed is a Big Problem

StrategyU.S. Economy

Blog10/29/2018

If the US administration truly wishes to "To Make America Great Again," there is no way around addressing the Fed.

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NAFTA 2.0: Free Trade or Central Planning?

10/09/2018Power & Market

A true free trade deal would simply reduce or eliminate tariffs and other trade barriers.

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Your Questions for Ron Paul and Lew Rockwell

Big GovernmentFree MarketsStrategy

10/05/2018Audio/Video
A special Question-and-Answer period at the Mises Institute's 2018 Supporters Summit in Auburn, Alabama.
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The Fed Is Flying Blind

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog09/27/2018

In its blind search for the "correct" interest-rate policy, the Fed can't succeed in extending the boom indefinitely.

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Republicans Share the Blame for Socialism’s Comeback

Taxes and Spending

Blog09/17/2018

By accepting the premise that government can and should solve all of life’s problems, conservatives and Republicans will inevitably get into a “bidding war” with progressives and Democrats.

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Social Scientists, Schooling, and the Acculturation of Immigrants in 19th Century America

EducationMonopoly and Competition

09/12/2018The Journal of Libertarian Studies
Public schools have always been central to government's ability to propagandize in favor of a single, homogenized, national system of government.
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The Plan to "End Government Control" of the BBC Isn’t As Good As It Sounds

Bureaucracy and RegulationMedia and Culture

Blog09/07/2018

The British Broadcasting Corp will remain firmly ensconced within the British state for the foreseeable future.

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