Money and BanksMonetary TheoryMoney and Banking
When we consider the spectacle of Notre Dame burning, we should ask ourselves whether the politics and economics of our age encourage or discourage building wealth for future generations.
Liberty can be lost and so can the benefits of capital accumulation. The well developed capital structure is not a given. It can be eroded by central banks and by government policies and regulations.
The increasing importance of elite higher education is a symptom of "political capitalism" in which success is determined by political connections rather than by the satisfaction of consumer preferences in the marketplace.
Free MarketsHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPraxeologySubjectivism
Taxes and Spending
The passage of an income tax in the early twentieth century in America was an enormous shift toward a far more centralized and powerful state.