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NOVEMBER 05, 2013 by ALEX SALTER
Libertarians tend to be skeptical of the value of voting. But that stance could weaken the case that individuals can collaborate to solve collective-action problems.
SEPTEMBER 19, 2013 by ALEX SALTER
Libertarians argue amongst themselves, sure, but if we reach much the same conclusions despite our divergent perspectives, it's a sign that we're on to something.
The Case for Private Money and Free Banking
AUGUST 09, 2013 by ALEX SALTER
A free-banking system would incentivize banks to keep their business practices honest and avoid behavior that can damage the economy, like the recent crisis in central-banking systems did.
The Case Against Public Money
AUGUST 08, 2013 by ALEX SALTER
Contrary to mainstream opinion, money is not a public good whose production must be ensured by the State.
MAY 23, 2013 by ALEX SALTER
GDP, by itself, does not tell the whole story about economic well-being.
DECEMBER 07, 2012 by ALEX SALTER
Arguments that money is a creature of the State are not only wrong, they're dangerous. Alex Salter explains how, perhaps more than anything else, money is the prime example of Hayek's spontaneous orders.