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The Tuskegee Experiment at 45: Have Public-Health Programs Been Vindicated?

HealthU.S. History

Blog11/16/2017
Public health officials have a long history of ignoring basic human rights.
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The Fed's Bubblenomics

The Fed

Blog11/15/2017
The Federal Reserve cannot achieve its goals. If it could, the US economy would not have had financial bubbles in the 1990s and early 2000s.
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The Fed Is Confused about What Drives Inflation

Blog10/16/2017
It is not the symptoms of a disease but rather the disease itself that causes the physical damage. The same is true of inflation.
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Tax Cuts Without Spending Cuts Won't Grow the Economy

Blog10/11/2017
The presence of central banks allows governments to cut tax rates without actually cutting effective taxation.
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The Conquest of the United States by Spain

Free MarketsGlobal EconomyOther Schools of Thought

10/06/2017Mises Daily Articles
A modern economist stands aghast at the economic measures adopted by Spain … inspired by some demon of folly, they were so destructive to her prosperity.
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The World Needs an Austrian-School Approach to Economic History

Blog10/06/2017
Economic historians should reconcile with economics as a science that is key to the analysis, categorization, and explanation of past phenomena.
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The World Is Creeping Toward De-Dollarization

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

The reign of every world reserve currency has to come to an end at some point in time.
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