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  • The Great Gatsby and the Fed

    Published: 18/02/2017
    By: Louis Rouanet Even the most innocent novel can give its reader a fresh perspective on the economy during the author’s time. Economic writings and economic conditions often inspired great wri ... Read more
    Source: mises.org
  • Week in Review: February 18, 2017

    Published: 18/02/2017
    By: Mises Institute This week, Janet Yellen was again before Congress to once again kick the can down the road. The position of Yellen and the Fed appears to be, yet again, that they'll some day m ... Read more
    Source: mises.org
  • Democracy, the God That's Failing

    Published: 17/02/2017
    By: Jeff Deist When Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe made his famous argument against democracy back in 2001, the notion that voting was a lousy way to organize society was still radical even among many l ... Read more
    Source: mises.org
  • Stanley Fischer's Eureka Moment

    Published: 16/02/2017
    By: C. Jay Engel Fed Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer's February 11th speech at Warwick Economics Summit was built around a story from his youth: Eureka moments are rare in all fields, not ... Read more
    Source: mises.org
  • Freedom of Association Takes Another Hit

    Published: 16/02/2017
    To see how little is left of one of our most important rights, the freedom of association, look no further than to today’s unanimous decision by the Washington State Supreme Court upholding a lower co ... Read more
    Source: www.cato.org
  • A Reading List for Presidents' Day

    Published: 16/02/2017
    As government workers – though  only about a third of private-sector office workers  – get a day off Monday for Presidents’ Day (legally, though not in fact, George Washington’s Birthday), I thought I ... Read more
    Source: www.cato.org
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