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Ludwig von Mises: "The riches of the rich are not the cause of the poverty of anybody; the process that makes some people rich is, on the contrary, the corollary of the process that improves many peoples want satisfaction. The entrepreneurs, the capitalists and the technologists prosper as far as they succeed in best supplying the consumers." - The Anti-Capitalistic Mentality


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Ludwig von MisesSince the third century Christianity has always served simultaneously those who supported the social order and those who wished to overthrow it. . . . It is the same today: Christianity fights both for and against Socialism.Socialism p. 378Christianity
Ludwig von MisesIt was not the Syllabus of Pope Pius IX that paved the way for the return of intolerance and the persecution of dissenters. It was the writings of the socialists.Theory and History p. 68Christianity
Ludwig von MisesChristian Socialism is none the less Socialism.Socialism p. 382Christianity
Ludwig von MisesChristianity has acquiesced in slavery and polygamy, has practically canonized war, has, in the name of the Lord, burnt heretics and devastated countries.Socialism pp. 397-98Christianity
Ludwig von MisesVirtually all the Christian churches and sects have espoused the principles of socialism and interventionism.Omnipotent Government p. 120Christianity
Ludwig von MisesProtestantism is no more a safeguard of freedom than Catholicism. The ideal of liberalism is the complete separation of church and state, and tolerance--without any regard to differences among the churches.Omnipotent Government p. 30Christianity