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The Atlantic's "Take" on Mainstream and Behavioural Economics

23 min agoPower & Market

Does the Atlantic Magazine come down on the side of mainstream or behavioral economics

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Soviet Dissidents and the Weaponization of Psychiatry

SocialismWorld History

Blog38 min ago

Sadly, the practice of branding political opponents as “insane” is not confined to the now-defunct Soviet state.

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French Protestors Fume over Climate Taxes and a Rising Cost of Living

Taxes and Spending

3 hours agoAudio/Video
French protests over a new climate-change-inspired fuel tax highlight high costs imposed on ordinary people by climate-change policies.
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Gun-Free Zones at School: George H.W. Bush’s Questionable Gun Control Legacy

Blog5 hours ago

 Bush’s policies have not made the world safer for democracy, nor the U.S. safer domestically.

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50. Thieves of Virtue: How Bioethics Stole Medicine

Health

12/13/2018Audio/Video
Are bioethicists too complacent about their grasp of economics? A fascinating discussion with Dr. Tom Koch.
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The Morals of Human Cooperation

Free MarketsMedia and CulturePhilosophy and MethodologyPrivate Property

12/13/2018Mises Daily Articles
Henry Hazlitt has done us a great service, for it is a rare philosopher who recognizes that the consistent adherence to a set of ethical rules promotes social cooperation and benefits everyone in society.
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Did Baby Boomers Ruin America?

U.S. EconomyU.S. History

Blog12/13/2018

In his book A Generation of Sociopaths, Bruce Gibney blames Baby Boomers for pretty much everything that's gone wrong in America. But there are other factors, such as democracy, that are perhaps more to blame.

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