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Murray Rothbard and Jacksonian Banking

U.S. HistoryMoney and Banking

Blog04/16/2018

Rothbard saw at an early stage of his life as a graduate student that the Jacksonian period was a defining one in American history.

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Europe Is Slowing Down — And It's Already Painted Into a Corner

Blog03/22/2018

With ultra-low interest rates already in place, Europe has nowhere to go when the slowdown intensifies. 

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Have Progressives Won “The Culture War?”

Media and CultureStrategy

Blog03/17/2018

There is no bright shiny line between cultural issues and economic ones. 

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What Is Social Justice?

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog03/14/2018

Social justice is a moral concept, not a legal one.

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The End of Cheap Debt Will Bring a Wave of Bankruptcies

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog03/07/2018

Even with falling interest rates and high liquidity, there have been spectacular bankruptcies, so imagine what can happen when rates rise.

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A Strong Euro Is A Headache for the ECB

Money and Banks

Blog02/24/2018
A strong euro is not a problem for any European citizen. But it is a problem for the central bank.
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Let Us Eradicate Poverty, Not Demolish Wealth

Global EconomyPoverty

Blog02/07/2018
We are living in a time when actual poverty reduction is ignored to focus on interventionist messages about "inequality."
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Why Special Interests Try to Take Control of Governments

Cronyism and CorporatismPolitical Theory

Blog01/31/2018
The more the state increases its powers over the economy, the more motivated special interests become to take control of the state.
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