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U.S. HistoryWorld HistoryPolitical Theory
Cato's Letters 69 and 70 focused on the British election of 1722. But they also provide useful insights Americans should consider this November.
Global EconomyU.S. HistoryWorld HistoryPolitical Theory
Compared to Europe and Asia, the "frontier states" of the Americas really are something different.
Global EconomyWorld HistoryPolitical Theory
Governments hate decentralization, and politicians like Hillary Clinton hate it too.
World HistoryMoney and BankingPolitical Theory
The claims about a "moneyless" utopian village in India turn out to be false. No one with an understanding of economics should be surprised.
Contrary to dire warning of economic disaster, the British economy has weathered Brexit quite well. Now central bankers are taking the credit.
Free MarketsWorld HistoryPrivate Property
The development of capitalism consists in everyone's having the right to serve the customer better and/or more cheaply.
World HistoryPolitical Theory
Leftists are upset that an elected legislative body has selected the new Brazilian president. It is "un-democratic" they say.
The EntrepreneurLegal SystemThe Police StateWorld HistoryEntrepreneurship
If there were Heinz-brand heroin, Philip Seymour Hoffman would still be alive.
If you are looking for a short introduction to socialism that rewards rereading, Thomas DiLorenzo's The Problem With Socialism is it.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is the master of pretended wisdom. But Juncker is not the disease, he is the symptom.