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The Economic Consequences of Cheap Money

Booms and BustsFree MarketsBusiness CyclesHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsInterventionism

10/19/2019Mises Daily Articles
One of the characteristic features of this age is the general attack launched by all governments and pressure groups against the rights of creditors.
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The Problem with Elizabeth Warren’s Wealth-Tax Plan

Taxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

Blog10/19/2019

Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax is based on the idea that the government knows how to use wealth better than the private sector. The plan also ignores that the wealthy have been shown to flee countries with a wealth tax.

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The New York Times Gets Neoclassicals, Austrians, and Schumpter Wrong, all in One Article

World History

Blog10/19/2019

Free-market economists don't run the world, and book reviewers at the NYT should stop pretending they do.

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President's Impact Report — Third Quarter 2019

Blog10/18/2019

See what we've accomplished this quarter! We are proud of our students, scholars, and events; and we strive for a higher standard in everything we do. Thank you to our Members who make all of this possible.

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A Man for Many Seasons

Biographies

10/18/2019Books
Henry Hazlitt, author, journalist, editor, reviewer, economist, has gained renown in at least three areas: as a popularizer of sound economic thinking, as a critic of John Maynard Keynes, and as a contributor to moral philosophy.
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Unions and Protectionism, Not Free Trade, Doomed the Rust Belt

Bureaucracy and RegulationLabor and WagesProtectionism and Free Trade

Blog10/18/2019

In the second half of the twentieth century, pro-union and anti-trade policies led to a Rust Belt that became uncompetitive, costly, and unable to cope with reality. More protectionism won't save the region now.

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The Late Great State of California

U.S. Economy

Blog10/18/2019

California is now the most taxed and regulated state in the nation. Not surprisingly, life here is becoming less affordable, and less profitable.

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What if the Majority Voted for “None of the Above”?

Political Theory

Blog10/18/2019

Allowing a space on the ballot for "none of the above" would be a step in the right direction toward a slightly less farcical political system.

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