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Ludwig von Mises: "In relation to the immense sacrifices that the state demands of the individual through the blood tax, it seems rather incidental whether it compensates the soldier more or less abundantly for the loss of time that he suffers from his military-service obligation." - Nation, State, and Economy


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Ludwig von MisesThe horrors of revolution and civil war can be avoided if a disliked government can be smoothly dislodged at the next election.The Historical Setting of the Austrian School p. 35Elections
Ludwig von MisesThe greatness of the nineteenth century consisted in the fact that to some extent the ideas of Classical economics became the dominant philosophy of state and society.The Historical Setting of the Austrian School p. 44Laissez Faire
Ludwig von MisesThe Enlightenment did not put its hopes upon the more or less accidental emergence of well-intentioned rulers and provident sages. Its optimism concerning mankinds future was founded upon the double faith in the goodness of man and in his rational mind.The Historical Setting of the Austrian School p. 34Reason
Ludwig von MisesGovernments, political parties, pressure groups, and the bureaucrats of the educational hierarchy think they can avoid the inevitable consequences of unsuitable measures by boycotting and silencing the independent economists. But truth persists and works, even if nobody is left to utter it.The Historical Setting of the Austrian School p. 45Truth