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Week in Review: July 15, 2017

EducationThe FedMedia and CultureSocialismCapital and Interest Theory

Blog07/14/2017
Janet Yellen headed to Congress this week to insist that everything is fine — and the Fed doesn't need any oversight.
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The Ancient Incas and the Collectivist State

SocialismWorld History

Blog07/12/2017
“The Inca state seems to have been one of the fullest incarnations of socialist ideals in human history.”
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The Existence of Evil

Socialism

The general character of Socialism is very whimsical, and I cannot help asking myself how long such a tissue of puerilities can continue in vogue
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Why Intellectuals Fall for Socialism

Socialism

Blog10/02/2016

Socialism has never and nowhere been at first a working-class movement. It has long depended on intellectuals to push the interventionist agenda.

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Atlas Shrugs

Labor and WagesSocialism

Blog08/03/2015

Three months ago, the CEO of Gravity Payments, a Seattle credit card processing firm, announced that all of the firm’s employees would be paid a minimum of $70,000 a year. Now, the firm has fallen on hard times.

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Socialism: A Property or Knowledge Problem?

SocialismCalculation and Knowledge

07/13/2019Review of Austrian Economics, Volumes 1-10
Mises and Hayek had very different views on the socialist calculation debate and Hayek's contribution merely added confusion.
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4 Reasons to Oppose a Universal Basic Income

Big GovernmentPovertySocialismTaxes and SpendingU.S. Economy

06/20/2019Audio/Video
Beyond the usual arguments about incentives and taxes, UBI is a dangerous policy that supercharges the state and threatens to heighten tensions between different groups in society.
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The De-Socialization of the Lithuanian Economy

Global EconomySocialism

04/03/2019Audio/Video
Vytas Žukauskas tells the story of Lithuania after the Soviet Union.
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The Place of Economic Calculation in the Economic Theory of Ludwig von Mises

SocialismCalculation and KnowledgeSubjectivism

03/20/2019Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics
The marginalist revolution posed a fundamental problem for economic theory. Mises’s approach not only solved the problem of economizing resources in a division of labor, but provides a robust framework for economic research.
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