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Protectionism and Free TradeWorld History
Thatcher's infamous yet magnificent "Bruges speech," which was far from being anti-EU, was a stark warning against Brussels' power-grabbing central government.
U.S. HistoryWorld History
Why is it that starving Venezuelans are eating dogs while Americans are rescuing dogs from hurricanes?
The Police StateWorld History
A trip down memory lane will give us a refresher of how gun confiscation has helped consolidate government power.
In last weekend's election, Swedish voters appear to have handed more power to a populist party.
Even a degenerate capitalism produces more prosperity than the best socialism. Therefore, the task ahead cannot be to remove capitalism in favor of socialism but to make capitalism better.
If a century of bloodshed, murder, vast prison systems, and starvation won’t convince the advocates of communism among American millennials, then perhaps nothing will.
When opposing modern schemes for "reparations," libertarians are taking a moral position defending property rights — they're not just deferring to the status quo.
Media and CultureWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History
The abandonment of liberal reason to warlike frenzy was felt deeply by the poets of the First World War.
This is the first article in a series focusing on immigration. We begin with the perspectives of Ludwig von Mises.
SocialismWorld HistoryOther Schools of Thought
Mises showed that the distinctions between Marxist and "Anti-Marxist" socialists are on the surface. Economically, they are united.