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Discussing MMT Through the Eyes of a Socialist

BiographiesFree MarketsHealthOther Schools of Thought

04/08/2019Audio/Video
Bob Murphy and C. Jay Engel discuss Doug Henwood’s recent critique of modern monetary theory in Jacobin magazine.
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Do Austrians Really Reject Empirical Evidence?

PraxeologyPrices

Blog03/28/2018

Statistics and empirical data aren't ignored by Austrians. Rather, they are relegated to their proper place in the economic edifice.

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Democracy and Laissez Faire: the New York State Constitution of 1846

U.S. History

Blog01/18/2018
Beneficiaries of the welfare-warfare state's largesse would be horrified by a return to the spirit of the 1840s.
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Dr. Lucas Engelhardt on Why the Fed Should Scare Us

The FedMoney and BanksStrategy

12/01/2017Audio/Video
Jeff Deist and Lucas Engelhardt discuss the monetary policy landscape.
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Disaster in Red: The Hundredth Anniversary of the Russian Socialist Revolution

SocialismWorld History

Blog11/08/2017
We are still fighting the battle between the ideologies of freedom and individualism versus political planning and collectivism today.
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Dr. Richard Ebeling on the State of the Austrian School

StrategyHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

07/07/2017Audio/Video
Richard Ebeling and Jeff Deist discuss the health of—and future prospects for—the Austrian school.
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Dimon and Kashkari Clash on the Health of Banks

The Fed

04/13/2017Mises Wire
The Fed's Neel Kashkari and JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon recently sparred over the health of banks. How much loss can the banks absorb?
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Democracy and Laissez Faire: the New York State Constitution of 1846

U.S. EconomyU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory

07/30/2014The Journal of Libertarian Studies
The New York Constitution of 1846 placed strict limits on the state's ability to borrow money to avert bankruptcy and default.
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