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Slow Wage Growth Could Be Thanks to ‘Sticky Wages’

Labor and WagesU.S. HistoryPrices

Blog09/07/2017
Wages can be "sticky" even in the absence of government. But the biggest problems with wage rigidity are often the result of government intervention.
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Thanks to Markets, Houston's Disaster Isn't as Bad as it Might Have Been

U.S. History

Blog08/31/2017
The Feds may have learned from the Katrina disaster that it's not a good idea to sent in FEMA and start bossing everybody around.
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Germany's New Political Party Is Just Another Big-Government Party

Protectionism and Free TradeWorld History

Blog08/30/2017
Germany's newest political party once held a banner for free markets. Unfortunately, it's been lately moving very much in the wrong direction.
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The Chinese Economy's Fatal Flaws

Bureaucracy and RegulationGlobal EconomyMoney and Banking

Blog08/21/2017
China faces problems of both an easy-money-induced bubble, and a corrupt regulatory regime.
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Tom Woods: What I Learned from Murray Rothbard

BiographiesStrategy

08/11/2017Audio/Video
Tom Woods shares his experiences meeting Murray Rothbard.
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Can the UK's Jacob Rees-Mogg Put the Conservatives Back on Track?

World HistoryPolitical Theory

Blog08/01/2017
After a months of retreating on Brexit, and a botched election, the British Conservatives need a hard-line position on free trade and de-regulation.
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What I Learned from Murray Rothbard

BiographiesStrategy

07/23/2017Audio/Video
Tom Woods presents the opening lecture of Mises University 2017.
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