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Elizabeth Warren Is So Very Wrong about Inflation

Money and BanksU.S. Economy

Blog12/02/2021

Elizabeth Warren has pronounced her verdict on higher food and gasoline prices: they are nothing less than the result of corporate greed. In fact, there is no inflation, only corporations arbitrarily raising prices.

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Understanding Why Government Policies Fail

Blog12/01/2021

Gary Galles has in this outstanding book shown how to apply basic economic principles: he can convey free market principles in a simple and memorable way; and he also has a detailed knowledge of the policies he analyzes.

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A Chance to Double Your Gift

Blog12/01/2021

The Mises Institute is the life-support system for the worldwide liberty movement. Your gift is vital for us to do more!

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We've Only Just Begun to See the Benefits of the New Surge in Homeschooling

Blog12/01/2021

For decades, countless parents have been on autopilot when it comes to letting the state manage their child's education. But over the past two years, millions of parents have begun to take control.

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The Rise of the Sovereign State

The first myth one has to debunk: that the state is merely a natural and organic outgrowth of political power, as old as the history of mankind or of organized society.

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The Bank of Canada's Failed Mission to "Preserve the Value of Money"

Money and Banks

Blog11/30/2021

The Bank of Canada's stated mission is "to preserve the value of money by keeping inflation low and stable." Yet, the BOC works to inflate away the value of Canadians' purchasing power every single day.

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We're All Talking about Inflation, but Deflation May Also Be on the Way

Money and Banks

Blog11/30/2021

When prices fall as a result of rising wealth that's good news. But deflation is also good news when it follows the bursting of a financial bubble caused by money creation.

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This Professor Hates the Austrian School. But He Clearly Doesn't Know Much about It.

Book Reviews

Blog11/29/2021

Larson's principal targets are Friedman and Hayek, but Mises and Rothbard are not spared. For Larson, promarket economists aren't just wrong. They're bad people.

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