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Rothbard and Salerno Quoted on Modern Monetary Theory

02/12/2019Power & Market
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Real Tax Rates in the 60s Were Much Lower than Ocasio-Cortez Thinks

Blog01/12/2019

Marginal tax rates in the 1950s and 1960s don't reflect how much wealthy taxpayers actually paid in taxes. They paid far less than Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks.

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Ronni Stöferle on Why Gold Still Matters

The FedFinancial MarketsMoney and BanksStrategy

07/27/2018Audio/Video
Why do central banks still hold so much gold if it's not money? Ronald Stöferle and Jeff Deist discuss why.
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Rothbard's Monetary Thought

Money and BanksMonetary Theory

04/14/2018Mises Daily Articles
An overlooked volume of essays deals with Rothbard's monetary thought. Martin Stefunko regards it as mixed but valuable.
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Rothbard: These Are the Best Libertarian Educators

Education

Blog05/24/2017
In a 1961 letter to F.A. Harper, Rothbard, listed who he felt were the world's most important libertarian educators.
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Rising Oil Prices Don't Cause Inflation

Prices

Blog05/01/2017
The core driver of general increases in prices of goods and services is central-bank driven money-supply growth, not the price of oil.
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Ronald Stöferle: Austrian Investing

12/23/2016Audio/Video
What makes a good investor? Jeff Deist and Ronald Stöferle discuss Austrian economics and its application to financial markets.
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Reflections on Venezuela’s "Economic Miracle"

Global EconomyTaxes and SpendingWorld History

10/23/2015Mises Wire
It wasn't long ago that the pundits were talking about Venezuela's "economic miracle" which had proved all the anti-socialist naysayers wrong. But with soaring unemployment, inflation, and deficits, the Venezuelan people are unfortunately having to pay for years of ignoring economic reality.
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