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The History of Our Movement- Mises Daily

From Mises Daily: Through the Oral History Project, the Mises Institute is preserving the personal recollections and wisdom of the great men and women of our movement for the students and scholars of the future. Mises Institute faculty sat down this year to discuss the past and the future with champions of the Austrian tradition […]

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Mises: “Friedman Is Not an Economist”

From The Circle Bastiat By Joseph Salerno Monday, May 13th, 2013 In an interview on The Lew Rockwell Show, economist Harry Veryser of the University of Detroit-Mercy and author of It Didn’t Have to Be This Way shared the following recollection: I remember being in a conference with Ludwig von Mises in the sixties at FEE [the Foundation for Economic Education]. […]

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The May ‘Free Market’ is Now Available

From Ryan McMaken via LRC The May issue of The Free Market is now available at Mises.org. This month: Judge Andrew Napolitano, who will be teaching at Mises University this summer, talks with us about Constitutional Law: The Free Market: When it comes to Supreme Court cases, what do you think were some of the most damaging to the cause […]

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The Essence of Society is Peacemaking - Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr. - Mises Daily

Mises for the Masses

Lecture presented by Thomas E. Woods, Jr. at the Ludwig von Mises Institute’s Summer Fellows Lecture Series at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama on June 16, 2011. http://mises.org DISCLAIMER: The Ludwig von Mises Institute has given permission under the Creative Commons license that this audio presentation can be publicly reposted as long as credit […]

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Bernanke: The Good Engineer? – John P. Cochran

Read the story on Bernanke and the financial crisis.  Here’s an excerpt: [C]redit expansion generates further cycles whether or not there are unemployed factors. It creates more distortions and malinvestments, delays indefinitely the process of recovery from the previous boom, and makes necessary an eventually far more grueling recovery to adjust to the new malinvestments […]

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We’re All Austrians Now

Dominant Social Theme: The US recovery is well underway and the pessimists are wrong. Keynes was correct, as always. Free-Market Analysis: No … the greatest of all modern, libertarian thinkers, Ludwig von Mises, has won. The reputation of sycophantic socialist John Maynard Keynes lies in ruins (among those who understand, anyway) and the long debate that began […]

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Helicopter Ben: Asset Bubble, Look Out Below!

The Chairman of the Federal Reserve System (the Fed), Ben Bernanke, admitted in January that there are no options left to “stimulate” the economy. For those unaware of the function of the Fed, it’s sole purpose is to manage employment and inflation through the country’s monetary policy.   Unfortunately for the Fed and Keyneisan’s, their record […]

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