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Mexicans Are Safer in El Paso than in Mexico

Legal SystemWorld History

Blog08/05/2019

Mexican politicians are claiming Mexican nationals are unsafe in the US. Meanwhile, Mexico's homicide rate - fueled by strict gun-control laws -  has soared to five times that of the US.

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Media Focus on Mass Shootings Shows Disconnect from Actual Crime Trends

Legal System

Blog08/03/2019

Most Americans say crime has gotten worse over the past decade. They're wrong. Moreover, the focus on mass shootings appears misplaced when mass-shooting deaths make up less than one percent of all homicide deaths.

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Myth and Truth About Libertarianism

Free MarketsPolitical TheorySubjectivism

07/20/2019Mises Daily Articles
Here are six common myths often heard about libertarianism.
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Michel Accad, MD, Leads Bob on a Critical Analysis of Kenneth Arrow’s Healthcare Paper

Free MarketsHealth

07/18/2019Audio/Video
Bob Murphy and Michel Accad discuss Kenneth Arrow's pioneering 1963 article on healthcare economics.
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My Mises U Experience: Why Austrian Economics Brought Me to Auburn

EducationStrategy

07/16/2019Audio/Video
This is Nathan Moore's first year at Mises University. The Auburn University student shares what he's most excited to learn about.
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Markets Can Give Us Both Greater Income Equality and Greater Economic Growth

U.S. EconomyU.S. History

Blog07/15/2019

The modern norm is that economic growth causes measured income inequality to increase. But to  have greater income equality and greater economic growth. It simply requires more free market policies and less government interventionism.

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My Mises U Experience: From Lithuania to Alabama

EducationStrategy

07/15/2019Audio/Video
Mises Institute Research Fellow Vytautas Žukauskas first attended Mises U in 2009. Now finishing his PhD in economics, he explains why the experience at Mises U is worth the trip halfway around the world.
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