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Economics or indoctrination

Big GovernmentEducation


The results are in for the first ever National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) test in economics -- the feds consider the NAEP to be the "nation's report card." Supposedly, the results show that American public...

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Graduate Degrees in Austrian Economics in Spain



King Juan Carlos University has started the program under the direction of Jesus Huerta de Soto.

You can get a masters and PhD degrees. For information email:

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The Champion Inflator - Higher Education

EducationMonopoly and Competition


I read where tuition and fees at private colleges are up 5.9% this year. well, first of all you know that number is no more reliable than the polls of KIm Jong-II's popularity taken on North Korean streets — with the secret police standing by: about as meaningful as sticker prices on a lot full...

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New Economics Department Rankings



Rabah Amir (University of Arizona, Eller College of Management) & Malgorzata Knauff (Warsaw School of Economics) have published...

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M.A. in economics in Spain

EducationAustrian Economics Overview


The Universidad Rey Juan Carlos now offers a Masters degree in economics, under Jesus Huerta de Soto, with a focus on the Austrian School. More here.

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Sennholz the Great



Some excellent material, including images, at

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The GI Bill

EducationPolitical Theory


Garrison Keillor notes the anniversary of the GI Bill on the Writer's Almanac:

It was on this day in 1944 that President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed into law the GI Bill of Rights. It was one of

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Economics for Kids



Summer is a great time for kids to pursue a different kind of learning. Economics, for example. For the most part, they don't teach this stuff in school, and when they do, it's usually about the glories of government management.

Economics is not to be neglected in...

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