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How Monarchs Became Servants of the State


Monarchs created Europe's modern states but lost the ability to control them. Then, having grown beyond the tools that helped monarchs turn themselves into absolute rulers, "the state acquired a life of its own."

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How the Public Lost Trust in the Federal Reserve (Which Should Never Have Been Trusted in the First Place)

The FedInflation


Between its political happy talk in the contrast to reality and its broken promises, whatever credibility the Fed had in the past is long gone

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How Long Will This Recession Last?

Economic PolicyU.S. Economy


Bottom line, it’s a recession at the moment; whether it gets worse depends on inflation, and policymakers goofing around whistling past graveyards should give anyone pause.

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How British Efforts to Enforce Equality Have Led to a Woke Totalitarianism

Legal SystemProperty RightsThe Police State


The government of the United Kingdom is using coercive means to promote its dubious goals of "diversity and inclusion." In the end, freedom recedes while state power increases.

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How to Teach Austrian Economics in the Current Political Atmosphere

Economic PolicyEducationAustrian Economics Overview


As the US political landscape shifts rapidly and college economics departments become increasingly hostile, the way we teach free-market economics will change.

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How the World Embraced Nationalism, and Why It's Not Going Away Soon

World History


The fact that the idea of national groups and nation-states seems so natural and so self-evident—in spite of being novel, recent, and modern—illustrates just how much nationalism has influenced our thinking. 

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How Much Did the US Government Pressure Twitter to Ban Alex Berenson?

Media and Culture


The American people deserve to know who is trying to shut them up … and why.

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