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Bastiat's Legacy in Economics

History of the Austrian School of Economics

03/15/2019Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Bastiat’s great themes — harmony rather than equilibrium, property versus spoliation, and property and value — have been almost completely neglected in professional economic science during the unfortunate twentieth century.
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Capitalist Investment: The Greatest Type of Charity

Blog03/15/2019

When a capitalist invests in a business — thus increasing worker productivity and earnings — he's performing a humanitarian service to the community.

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The "Fertility Crisis" Is a Government-Caused Crisis

Labor and WagesWorld History

Blog03/15/2019

In a relatively unhampered market, a declining population is not necessarily an economic problem. But in a system where retirees can loot younger workers through government pension systems, there is a real problem, indeed.

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Jordan Page Talks and Sings About the Persecution of Schaeffer Cox

Legal SystemThe Police State

03/15/2019Audio/Video
Liberty musician Jordan Page discusses the plight of Schaeffer Cox, an Alaska liberty activist and militia leader who is being held by the federal authorities in a high-security prison.
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How Asset Inflation Will End — This Time

Blog03/15/2019

Traditional macroeconomic measures may not tell us very much about where the current malinvestment bubbles are — or what their effects will be.

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How Many Economists Still Get Subjective Value Wrong

03/14/2019Power & Market

Subjective value is not objective. Sounds obvious, but the distinction is lost on most — scholars and practitioners alike.

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The Right Not To Testify

Legal System

Blog03/14/2019

Conscription of witnesses is no more justified than conscription into the armed forces or into any other service or occupation.

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A College "Education" Has Little to do with Education

EducationU.S. HistoryWorld History

Blog03/14/2019

Wealthy Hollywood types, being relentless and cynical social climbers, figured out years ago that college is mostly about social status and certification.

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