Ludwig von Mises: "Man is not, like the animals, an obsequious puppet of instincts and sensual impulses. Man has the power to suppress instinctive desires, he has a will of his own, he chooses between incompatible ends." - The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science
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|Ludwig von Mises||If it were really possible to substitute credit expansion (cheap money) for the accumulation of capital goods by saving, there would not be any poverty in the world.||Planning for Freedom|| p. 190||Money Supply
|Ludwig von Mises||Depression is the aftermath of credit expansion.||Planning for Freedom|| p. 7||Money Supply
|Ludwig von Mises||If you increase the quantity of money, you bring about the lowering of the purchasing power of the monetary unit.||Economic Policy|| p. 66||Money Supply
|Ludwig von Mises||The quantity of money available in the whole economy is always sufficient to secure for everybody all that money does and can do.||Human Action|| p. 418; p. 421||Money Supply
|Ludwig von Mises||No increase in the welfare of the members of a society can result from the availability of an additional quantity of money.||The Theory of Money and Credit|| p. 102||Money Supply
|Ludwig von Mises||No nation need fear at any time to have less money than it needs.||The Theory of Money and Credit|| pp. 208-09||Money Supply
|Ludwig von Mises||In all countries where inflation has been rapid, it has been observed that the decrease in the value of the money has occurred faster than the increase in its quantity.||The Theory of Money and Credit|| p. 259||Money Supply
|Ludwig von Mises||The entrepreneurs who approach banks for loans are suffering from shortage of capital; it is never shortage of money in the proper sense of the word.||The Theory of Money and Credit|| p. 349||Money Supply