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His ideas, like the phenomena they describe, are still emerging
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Forty years after Hayek won the Nobel Prize in economics, he is coming to be understood as much more than an economist. Who will stand on his shoulders next?
Only the states can rein in a debt-addicted Congress
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FEE's director of programs, Richard Lorenc, got to sit down with Nick Dranias and talk about his work on national debt reform.