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The Solution to Canada’s Failed Universal Health Care System: Consumer and Physician Freedom

Health

Blog05/10/2018

The most sure way to expand the supply of high quality health care is to defend the right of any consumer and any physician to enter into a voluntary exchange.

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Forming the Confederate Government

U.S. History

05/10/2018Audio/Video
More Deep South states join South Carolina in seceding from the Union.

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Anonymous Funding of the Academic Right: William Volker and Henry Earhart

History of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog05/10/2018

Private foundations and philanthropists have been key factors in supporting free-market academic work.

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Satisfaction and Desire: De-Homogenizing Mises and Hayek

SubjectivismValue and Exchange

Thanks to markets, our unchanging desires are being satisfied more and more effectively over time.

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Americans Pay for Washington Secrecy

05/09/2018Power & Market

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Argentina Sells Baloney for a Bailout

05/09/2018Power & Market

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You Don't (Always) Have a Right to Speak Spanish

Media and CultureU.S. History

Blog05/09/2018

As with the right to free speech in general, expressing one's property rights depends partly on whose property one is standing. 

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The Neglect of Bastiat's School by English-speaking Economists

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of ThoughtPhilosophy and Methodology

05/09/2018Mises Daily Articles
The image of Bastiat's school that has been handed down in the Anglo-American doctrinal literature is one that has been deliberately distorted by its doctrinal enemies and is in desperate need of extensive revision.

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A Policy of Price Stability Leads to Instability

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog05/09/2018

Money is not neutral, and changes in the money supply set into motion a variety of unpredictable movements. 

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Japan Abandons the 2-Percent Inflation Standard

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog05/09/2018

Contrary to what the Keynesians will say, a stronger yen could be good for Japan. 

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