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Hayekian Coercion

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog08/07/2020

The political theorist Douglas W. Rae argues that to get the advantages of Hayekian freedom, everybody should be guaranteed a minimum amount of resources so that they can fully participate in the market.

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How Murray Rothbard's Theory of Entrepreneur-Driven Progress Can Be Applied to Modern Businesses

CapitalismEntrepreneurshipProduction Theory

Blog08/05/2020

To succeed, entrepreneurs must demonstrate superior foresight and judgment, and practice continuous dynamic improvement in their assembly and reassembly of assets to serve the consumer.

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How Central Banks Made the Covid Panic Worse

InflationMedia and CultureSocialism

Thanks to central banks, people now believe the myth that it is possible to shut down the economy and everything will be fine if we just print a lot of new money.  

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Hopes for "China-ization" of Europe's Economy Fuels the Latest Investor Frenzy

Monetary PolicyTaxes and Spending

Blog07/30/2020

If there is a new dawn, it is for the Sinicization of Europe—China-style stimulus administered alongside a severely ailing financial system kept whole by widespread financial and monetary repression.

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Howard Buffett: Anticommunist and Anti-interventionist

SocialismU.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

Blog07/27/2020

Howard Buffet was one of Congress's most consistent and trenchant critics of American policy during the 1940s and 1950s. He opposed communism without surrendering to the calls for global war in Korea and worldwide.

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How the State Destroys Families

ProgressivismSocialismTaxes and Spending

Blog07/13/2020

Family policy has become an important area of ​​state growth in recent years. In the past, various state interventions served to protect the family (tax privileges, child benefits, etc.), but today’s politics are almost exclusively harmful to the family.

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How the Left Uses "Public Health Crises" to Get What It Wants

Blog07/09/2020

"Public health crisis" is essentially a left-wing stock phrase at this point, as is reflected by the fact that the solutions proffered to the social ills in question are virtually always some sort of government regulation or income redistribution scheme.

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How Central Banks Destroy Money's Purchasing Power

Central BanksInflation

Blog07/09/2020

Without a monopolist central bank, market forces would restrain the issuance of bank notes. But once central banks monopolize money creation, wealth is systematically transferred to the central bank and the privileged few who are favored by the state.

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