[Originally published in German in 1968. Reprinted from Mises.org] For every species of animals and plants the means of subsistence are limited. Hence every living being’s vital interests are implacably opposed to those of all members of its own species.
Play video Jeff Deist and Patrick Barron address the issue of monetary imperialism. How does the US use the dollar as a weapon of economic and cultural power? How long can it last? What might the unprecedented… 00:17:01 Added on
In addition to the (New) Keynesians and the Austrians, a major school of economic thought has been the monetarists in the Chicago School tradition, led of course by Milton Friedman. In recent years, however, a new school has arisen–the so-called
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People are still apparently paying attention to Cass Sunstein and his insidious brand of “nudge” economics, and so it is necessary to continually expose the economic, ethical, and moral fallacies inherent in his philosophy. In brief, Sunstein contends that humans
Reprinted from Liberty.me My visit to Disney World overwhelmed me with the incredible achievement of this private-property paradise. It only takes one visit to dismiss all the dismissiveness. Despite what you hear, it is not about decadent and superficial consumerism.