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Are Consumers Driving Us into Recession?

The FedFree MarketsBusiness Cycles

01/15/2008Mises Daily Articles
Tough times require cutbacks and a beefing up of savings.
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Recession or Depression?

Booms and BustsThe FedFree Markets

01/09/2008Mises Daily Articles
What government cannot do without causing even more problems is take positive action against symptoms, such as falling stocks or housing prices, rising unemployment, business failures, and falling incomes. This is precisely what caused the Great Depression to get its name instead of being called...
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The Mirage of the Mortgage Fix

The FedFinancial MarketsFree Markets

12/11/2007Mises Daily Articles
Inflation, in case we've forgotten, is robbery by another name.
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Technology and Life Itself

Big GovernmentFree Markets

09/13/2007Mises Daily Articles
What does society need to do to make sure that it has enough scientists and the right level of technological advance that is also economically viable? It needs a free market.
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Rockwell's Thirty-Day Plan

Free MarketsEntrepreneurshipPhilosophy and Methodology

08/24/2007Mises Daily Articles
In just 30 exhilarating days, we have established the outlines of free market.
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It's the 1930s All Over Again

Booms and BustsFree Markets

07/30/2007Mises Daily Articles
In many ways, the Mises Institute bears a heavy burden as the world's leading institutional voice for peace and economic liberty. And we are working in every way possible to make sure that the flame of freedom is not extinguished, even in the face of legions of charlatans and powermongers. Even...
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Inching Toward Commercial Freedom

Free MarketsLegal SystemInterventionism

06/29/2007Mises Daily Articles
It is not only the regulation on retail price maintenance that is unconstitutional but the whole of the Sherman Antitrust Act…
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Hans Sennholz, RIP

BiographiesFree MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

06/25/2007Mises Daily Articles
Finally, I must add that Sennholz has never been shy about insisting on the centrality of ethics in the study of economics. He has decried the welfare state as confiscatory and immoral. He has called inflation a form of theft. He has identified government intervention as coercion contrary to the...
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The Exploitation of Children?

Free MarketsMedia and CultureInterventionism

06/15/2007Mises Daily Articles
And as every good socialist knows, the best way to get rid of advertising is to get rid of competition and the need to market anything in the first place.
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Two Views on Social Order: Conflict or Cooperation?

Free MarketsOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

06/06/2007Mises Daily Articles
The traditional and correct answer to the conflict theory is that there is essentially nothing government can do to improve the workings of society.
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