From 1971, Henry Hazlitt shows how government solutions to poverty, from welfare to minimum wage laws, will never work.
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Central banks and their defenders would have us believe negative interest rates are necessary to stimulate demand. They're wrong.
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Citing grave concerns that "this banknote could facilitate illicit activities," those desperate inflationists intrepid crime fighters at the ECB will cease production of the 500-euro note.
Based on the growth rate of the money supply, the yearly growth rate of gross output is unlikely to display spectacular performance in the months ahead.
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Following his article last week on ABCT and the Great Depression, Jonathan Newman, along with Joseph Salerno, joins the Tom Woods Show.