The Police State / William L. Anderson

The Political Class vs. the Rest of Us

Legal SystemThe Police StateU.S. History


There are two sets of rules that function in America. One set for the political class, and another set for everyone else.

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The Coming Corporate "Crime Wave"

Legal SystemThe Police StateU.S. History

09/30/2015Mises Wire
With an election year soon upon us, many politicians are talking about cracking down on "greed" in the business and corporate worlds. Fortunately for politicians, federal law is flexible enough to prosecute nearly anyone, and the chilling effect on entrepreneurs will be real.
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A Case for Private Eyes

The Police StateMonopoly and Competition

Don't leave the job of criminal investigation to the politicized state, writes William L. Anderson. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Colin Hussey.
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The Quattrone Conviction

Big GovernmentLegal SystemThe Police StateU.S. Economy

05/10/2004Mises Daily Articles
Whether or not he had committed any crimes (and, apparently, he had not), Quattrone had plenty about which to be nervous, write Bill Anderson and Candice Jackson.
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Wait Until the Feds Take Over

Big GovernmentThe Police StateProduction Theory

06/14/2002Mises Daily Articles
For those who have not flown commercially in since last September are in for a rude awakening, writes William Anderson. You will face the insanity that passes for modern airport security, even as airline travel is as vulnerable as ever. And if you believe things might improve, think again.
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Is Terrorism Good for the Economy?

The Police StateWar and Foreign PolicyCapital and Interest TheoryProduction Theory

09/17/2001Mises Daily Articles
The recent World Trade Center disaster may provide some economic opportunities for small, select groups, but the vast majority of people—including most New Yorkers—will be left worse off than before.
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