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Intellectual property in history

A very illustrative and interesting lecture of Stephan Kinsella, who presented this sample lecture from the Mises Academy’s latest online course, “Rethinking Intellectual Property: History, Theory, and Economics”. Advertisements

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Why ObamaCare Will Fail: A Reading List

The Supreme Court today upheld “Obamacare,” a massive economic intervention ostensibly designed to cure the ills of American healthcare. Of course those ills were themselves caused by intervention, and this “cure” will only make the situation even worse. The “cycle … Continue reading

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Benjamin Franklin on Liberty

Americans remember Benjamin Franklin as one of our founding fathers. And well they should, as he was not just our most famous citizen at our country’s birth, he was a central part of that birth. As a member of the … Continue reading

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The Case for a Genuine Gold Dollar

by Murray N. Rothbard [The Gold Standard: Perspectives in the Austrian School. Edited with an Introduction by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. Copyright © 1992. The Ludwig von Mises Institute. Auburn, Ala. Pp. 116-130; The Gold Standard: An Austrian Perspective. Lexington, MA: … Continue reading

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The Free Market: Fallacies and Facts

This is the fourth (and last) lecture of the  Mises Circle in Houston to discuss the future of liberty under expanding government. Thomas Woods explains “The Free Market: Fallacies and Facts” at the Mises Circle in Houston on 14 January 2012. “The democracy … Continue reading

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Why the Constitution Had to Be Destroyed

This is the third lecture of the  Mises Circle in Houston to discuss the future of liberty under expanding government. Thomas DiLorenzo speaks at the Mises Circle in Houston (on 14 January 2012) about why the Constitution has suffered a sustained process … Continue reading

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How the Private Bankers Are Using the Financial Crisis to Reshape World Government

This is the second lecture of the  Mises Circle in Houston to discuss the future of liberty under expanding government. Robert Murphy explains “How the Private Bankers Are Using the Financial Crisis to Reshape World Government” at the Mises Circle in Houston on … Continue reading

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