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30 Most Popular Mises Dailies of 2012

January 1, 2013
Be sure to read any you missed! 1. Why ObamaCare Will Fail: A Reading List – Mises.org 2. The Skeptic’s Case – David M.W. Evans 3. The Seven Rules of Bureaucracy – Loyd S. Pettegrew 4. In Praise of Homeschools – Aaron Smith 5. The Task Confronting Libertarians – Henry Hazlitt 6. Charting Fun with Krugman – Robert P. Murphy 7. Is the United States in a Liquidity Trap? – Frank Shostak 8. It’s 1980 Again – Doug French 9. The Molyneux Problem – David Gordon 10. Government Medical “Insurance” – Murray N. Rothbard 11. An Austrian Defense of the Euro – Jesus Huerta de Soto 12. Currency Wars – Doug French 13. How Deflationary Forces Will Be Turned into Inflation – Thorsten Polleit 14. Price Gouging Saves Lives in a Hurricane – David M. Brown 15. Currency Debasement and Social Collapse – Ludwig von Mises 16. Why Estonia Is Beating the Eurozone – Frank Shostak 17. Child Safety and State Failure – Ninos P. Malek 18. What Is a Scientific Theory? – Mark R. Crovelli 19. The Myth of Austerity – Philipp Bagus 20. Hyperinflation Is Not Inevitable (Default Is) – Gary North 21. The Bernanke Bust – Michael Pollaro 22. It’s Not Really about the Debt – Frank Shostak 23. Of Krugman and Diocletian – Peter C. Earle 24. New York Fed: Leave the Building! – Robert Wenzel 25. Withholding Consent from the Khan – Peter C. Earle 26. “Fool’s Gold” Standards – John P. Cochran 27. Dancing on the Grave of Keynesianism – Gary North 28. The Fiasco of Fiat Money – Thorsten Polleit 29. The Vampire Economy and the Market – Ben O’Neill 30. The 99 and the 1 – Daniel J. Sanchez

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