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How has the Left had so much success in a nation that was the direct byproduct of classical liberalism? By controlling the narrative and leveraging that status for political power.
As we prepare for 2021, here is a collection of Dr. Gordon's book reviews from the past year. Each article features his piercing Rothbardian-insight into some of the most important new books of 2020.
Money and Banks
For people who remain mystified as to how populists like Donald Trump get elected, they need not look much further than this.
Book ReviewsMoney and Banking
The French economist Jacques Rueff was the foremost opponent in the twentieth century of the gold exchange standard. He well described how the Bretton Woods enabled the US government to engage in seemingly endless deficit spending.
In January 1921, thirty-five hundred people packed the Lexington Theater in midtown Manhattan to hear a debate of socialism. Ludwig von Mises in Vienna later called the debate "instructive."
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Money and BanksMoney and Banking
Corporate cost cutting sets the stage for future gains in profitability and productivity, and there is no resulting "paradox of thrift" requiring easy money policies to "fix" the problem.
In his new book, conservative author R.R. Reno thinks that openness is not a strong enough principle for a society to rally behind. Unfortunately, his answer is to get behind the state.