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Private Sector Truck Drivers Are Nepal's Lifeline to Clean Water

Blog02/08/2020

Government officials have repeatedly failed to deliver clean water to the people of Kathmandu. So the private sector stepped in to get the job done.

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The Economy Is Not a Factory—Nor Should We Try to Make It One

The EntrepreneurCalculation and KnowledgeEntrepreneurship

Blog02/08/2020

The economy is not primarily about the adjustment of capital investment across industries and firms, but about the determination of which industries and types of production will exist—and who will be involved in this future production.

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The Fight for Liberty and the Beltway Barbarians

Strategy

Blog02/07/2020

Are we emphasizing “the negative”? In a sense, yes, but what else are we to stress when our values, our principles, our very being are under attack from a relentless foe?

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Why Open Borders Between States in America Might Lead to Disaster

Blog02/07/2020

The lack of state-to-state border controls has often served as an excuse to increase federal regulation of all states in the name of "uniform" laws. We've seen this with guns, drugs, alcohol, and migrants.

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The Quality of Money

Monetary TheoryValue and Exchange

02/07/2020Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
Much has been written about the quantity of money and its effects on money’s purchasing power, but the quality of money has been neglected.
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What Is Aggression?

Philosophy and Methodology

Blog02/07/2020

Is just aiding and abetting someone in committing an aggressive act a violation of the nonaggression principle? What if you were "just" driving the getaway car?

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We Need More Housing, Not More Rent Control

Bureaucracy and RegulationPrice Controls

Blog02/07/2020

Blinded by their zeal to save the masses from the "excesses" of greedy landlords, politicians are ignoring the regulatory state that keeps housing prices on the rise.

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This Austrian Legal Scholar Thought Case Law Was the Key to Limiting State Power

Legal System

Blog02/07/2020

For Eugen Ehrlich, case law—as opposed to legislative law—could be be an effective tool in limiting state power and returning power to nonstate institutions.

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