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Hans F. Sennholz

Hans F. Sennholz
Hans F. Sennholz

Hans F. Sennholz (1922-2007) was Ludwig von Mises' first PhD student in the United States. He taught economics at Grove City College, 1956–1992, having been hired as department chair upon arrival. After he retired, he became president of the Foundation for Economic Education, 1992–1997. 

Hans F. Sennholz's Articles and Posts

Sowing the Wind: Essays and Articles on Popular Economic Policies that Make Matters Worse The Freeman
Sowing the Wind: Essays and Articles on Popular Economic Policies that Make Matters Worse
A Sennholz Sampler The Freeman
A Sennholz Sampler
Deficits Do Matter The Freeman
Deficits Do Matter
Faith in the Fed The Freeman
Faith in the Fed
Balancing the Budget The Freeman
Balancing the Budget
European Malaise The Freeman
European Malaise
Welfare Reform The Freeman
Welfare Reform
Two Yardsticks of Morality The Freeman
Two Yardsticks of Morality
Sweatshops for the New World Order The Freeman
Sweatshops for the New World Order
Economic Ends and Means The Freeman
Economic Ends and Means
Growing Income Disparity The Freeman
Growing Income Disparity
Is Inflation Dead? The Freeman
Is Inflation Dead?
Human Action The Freeman
Human Action
Jobs and Trade The Freeman
Jobs and Trade
Inscrutable Freedom The Freeman
Inscrutable Freedom
Onward Still The Freeman
Onward Still
Against the Stream The Freeman
Against the Stream
Looking Back The Freeman
Looking Back
Machiavellian Politics The Freeman
Machiavellian Politics
Ruinous Litigation The Freeman
Ruinous Litigation
Love and Envy The Freeman
Love and Envy
Counting Our Blessings The Freeman
Counting Our Blessings
Misplaced Hope The Freeman
Misplaced Hope
A $5 Trillion National Debt The Freeman
A $5 Trillion National Debt
Protectionism, Old and New The Freeman
Protectionism, Old and New

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