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Liberty, Dicta & Force

Political Theory

09/18/2018Books
From the introduction: Advancing social ideas that do not demand obedience or compliance requires far more personal patience than simply forcing others to comply via the political ballot box. The widely held idea that dicta and force can serve a useful purpose will eventually fade into backward...
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The Sizzle of Economic Freedom

Free Markets

08/30/2018Books
The price of infringements on economic freedom is substantial, though often not easily or immediately seen by citizens, voters, and taxpayers — or by their lawmakers. Understanding the trade-offs is especially important in a slowing economy, when jobs are scarcer and incomes are falling.
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The Skyscraper Curse: And How Austrian Economists Predicted Every Major Economic Crisis of the Last Century

The FedBusiness CyclesMoney and Banking

07/10/2018Books
In the wake of the financial crisis of 2008, the economics profession suffered a blow to what reputation it had. But unlike most of his colleagues, Mark Thornton was vindicated by 2008. Mark has been a voice of sanity at times when the wild interventions of the Federal Reserve have caused otherwise...
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Economic Theory of Costs: Foundations and New Directions

06/28/2018Books
This volume explores, develops, and critiques the rich literature on costs, examining some of the many ways cost remains relevant in economic theory and practice.
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The Middle of the Road Leads to Socialism

Socialism

01/11/2018Books
The fundamental dogma of all brands of socialism and communism is that the market economy or capitalism hurts our vital interests. That is wrong.
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An Austro-Libertarian View: Essays by David Gordon

01/10/2018Books
Volume 1: Economics, Philosophy, Law Volume 2: Political Theory Volume 3: Current Affairs, Foreign Policy, American History, European History Review by Paul Gottfried David Gordon, from the Foreword: Shortly after Murray Rothbard’s lamented death in January, 1995, Lew Rockwell telephoned me. He...
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The Progressive Era

11/09/2017Books
Murray Rothbard’s masterpiece is the definitive book on the Progressives.
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Busting Myths About the State and the Libertarian Alternative

StrategyPolitical Theory

08/21/2017Books
A libertarian is someone who is against the use of force against peaceful people in civil society. Government as we know it is at odds with this idea.
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The Mises Reader

Austrian Economics Overview

12/20/2016Books
Mises begins where economics must begin — human action.
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