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The Great Cryptocurrency Crash of 2018

09/12/2018Power & Market
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Social Scientists, Schooling, and the Acculturation of Immigrants in 19th Century America

EducationMonopoly and Competition

09/12/2018The Journal of Libertarian Studies
Public schools have always been central to government's ability to propagandize in favor of a single, homogenized, national system of government.
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The "Racist Premium" Is Just One Way the Market Punishes Racism

U.S. Economy

Blog09/12/2018

Racists are often willing to pay higher prices for the psychic profit of living in certain neighborhoods. J. Dallas Bowser was happy to take their money.

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Controlling Missouri, Part 6: Martial Law

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

09/12/2018Audio/Video
Included in John C. Frémont’s declaration of Martial Law is the first emancipation proclamation of the war.
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Cop Amber Guyger Is One Reason We Need Private Gun Ownership

09/12/2018Power & Market

Police officer Amber Guyger accidently trespassed in a private home, and then shot the owner. Her defenders say it's complicated. Now just imagine if a private citizen had done what she did.

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Blame the Fed — Not Investors — For Asset Bubbles

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog09/12/2018

New York Fed Chief Dudley recently suggested asset bubbles "emerge from the way market participant’s process information and trade" — thus ignoring the role of the central bank.

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Malinvestment, Not Overinvestment, Causes Booms

Booms and BustsThe FedInterventionismMonetary Theory

09/11/2018Mises Daily Articles
The characteristic mark of economic history under capitalism is unceasing economic progress, a steady increase in the quantity of capital goods available, and a continuous trend toward an improvement in the general standard of living.
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