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Week in Review: July 15, 2017

EducationThe FedMedia and CultureSocialismCapital and Interest Theory

Blog07/14/2017
Janet Yellen headed to Congress this week to insist that everything is fine — and the Fed doesn't need any oversight.

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Thoughts on Nancy MacLean vs. GMU

Media and Culture

Blog07/11/2017
As libertarians we cannot worry too much about the Nancy MacLeans of the world. We do not win people over by sniffing at them.

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Week in Review: June 24, 2017

Labor and WagesLegal SystemMedia and CultureMoney and BanksTaxes and SpendingBusiness Cycles

Blog06/23/2017
While the Federal Reserve is desperate to depict an optimistic vision for the global economy, their fellow central bankers aren't buying it.

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What Derek Carr’s Contract Teaches Us about Wall Street and Income Inequality

The FedMedia and CultureMoney and BanksMonetary Theory

Blog06/23/2017
Until we abolish the Fed, Wall Street will continue to dominate the economy even more than Bill Belicheck has the dominated NFL.

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Mobility and Nobility

Media and CulturePolitical Theory

Blog06/13/2017
In this review of two new books on social class, Theordore Dalrymple examines some of the realities that frustrate the efforts of the egalitarians.

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Week in Review: June 10, 2017

Global EconomyHealthMedia and CultureU.S. Economy

Blog06/09/2017
The economics of Ludwig von Mises really is something different and revolutionary.

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Ludwig von Mises Understood "Meme Magic"

Media and Culture

Blog06/06/2017
Recent history shows that both force and money are impotent against memes.

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Individuals, Reason, and Action

Media and CulturePraxeology

Blog06/05/2017
It is always the individual who thinks. Society does not think any more than it eats or drinks.

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The Cultural Consequences of the Federal Reserve

From the ArchivesMedia and CultureMoney and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog06/01/2017
Our inflation and debt-based system encourages our society to adopt a short-term perspective.

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ESPN and the Bursting of the Sports Bubble

Media and CultureMonopoly and Competition

Blog05/23/2017
ESPN is losing 10,000 customers per day, and this means big trouble for all of the sports entities that depend upon the big payouts that ESPN provides.

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