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Why Government Plans for Fixing Recessions Ultimately Fail

Business CyclesOther Schools of Thought

09/14/2019Mises Daily Articles
The fundamental error of the interventionists is that they ignore the shortage of capital goods.
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Not all PIIGS are Created Equal: A Comparison of Portugal and Ireland

Blog09/14/2019

The big differences between the economies of Ireland and Portugal illustrate how the eurozone's design just doesn't fit with modern economic realities.

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Look to China to Learn About America

The Police State

Blog09/14/2019

The old American way of doing things came to an end with the 9/11 attacks. At that point, the national-security branch of the federal government adopted many of the same powers as the Chinese communist regime, and without any amendment to the Constitution.

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Economic Busts Can Happen in a Free Market. But Central Banks Make Things Much Worse.

Business Cycles

Blog09/14/2019

The length, scale, and scope of such downturns are greatly expanded under a system of fiat credit expansion.

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"This Is Basically Clown World," Jeff Deist Talks Negative Interest Rates on RT

09/13/2019Power & Market
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Power over Nature vs. Power over Man

Blog09/13/2019

One group uses natural resources to increase human wealth through peaceful means. And then others use the power of the state to steal some of that wealth for themselves.

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There's Nothing Natural About Socialism

Socialism

Blog09/13/2019

Democratic socialists are committed to destroying the voluntary and naturally-occurring relationships that develop in the marketplace among consenting human beings. They do it through relentless wealth redistribution programs.

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De-Dollarization: Europe Joins the Party

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

The US dollar continues to enjoy the confidence of markets, governments, and central banks. But faith in the US dollar is weakening, and many are trying to help the process along.

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