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The Inevitable Chinese Stock Market Crash Anything Peaceful
The Inevitable Chinese Stock Market Crash
You can drug an economy for only so long. When the injections stop, the withdrawal symptoms take over. 
Neoliberalism: Making a Boogeyman Out of a Buzzword Anything Peaceful
Neoliberalism: Making a Boogeyman Out of a Buzzword
Progressives are trying to pin corporatism on free-marketeers, but it's the mixed economy that ends up in the hands of the powerful.
Honest When No One Is Looking The Freeman
Honest When No One Is Looking

I trusted a man who was poor in material wealth, but rich in something more important.

Bed Bugs Are the New Plague Anything Peaceful
Bed Bugs Are the New Plague
Are you being eaten alive while you sleep? Thank government regulations for that.
A Shrine to a Socialist Demagogue Anything Peaceful
A Shrine to a Socialist Demagogue

A tourist in Nicaragua finds what’s left of "21st Century Socialism."

The Berlin Wall: Those Who Refused to Be Caged The Freeman
The Berlin Wall: Those Who Refused to Be Caged

Peter Fechter and the 253 others who died at the Berlin Wall are real heroes. They deserve to be remembered.

Progress and Poverty, Then and Now Anything Peaceful
Progress and Poverty, Then and Now
Henry George, despite his confused economics and infamous land tax, was an eloquent and passionate advocate of the free society.
“We Have to Be Happy”: A True May Day Parade Anything Peaceful
“We Have to Be Happy”: A True May Day Parade

For an awful lot of people, those May Day parades would more accurately be called a forced march.

Fooled by GDP The Freeman
Fooled by GDP

What GDP does not distinguish is whether the exchanges that are taking place actually improve human lives. 

Economics in One Lesson (full text) Books
Economics in One Lesson (full text)

"No other modern book from which the intelligent layman can learn so much about the basic truths of economics in so short a time." ~ F.A. Hayek

Cheating Commies and Guardian Syndrome The Freeman
Cheating Commies and Guardian Syndrome
A recent study concludes that former East German communists are more likely to cheat in simulation games. Why? Jane Jacobs's work may offer some clues.
"Why Marxism?"  An Interview with C. Bradley Thompson Media
"Why Marxism?" An Interview with C. Bradley Thompson

The lecture "Why Marxism?", is an examination of why so many people are still attracted to Marxism despite the history of totalitarianism and genocide. 

Professor C. Bradley Thompson is the BB&T Research Professor at Clemson University and the Executive Director of the Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism. He has also been a visiting fellow at Princeton and Harvard universities and at the University of London.

From 1944 to <i>Nineteen Eighty-Four</i> The Freeman
From 1944 to <i>Nineteen Eighty-Four</i>
I'm inclined to think of George Orwell and F. A. Hayek at the same time. Both showed great courage in writing the truth, undaunted by the consequences awaiting them. Both valued freedom, though they understood it differently.
What We Don’t Know about History Can Hurt Us The Freeman
What We Don’t Know about History Can Hurt Us
Tyranny Afoot:  Arthur Koestler’s Communist Chronicles The Freeman
Tyranny Afoot: Arthur Koestler’s Communist Chronicles
The Yugo: The Rise and Fall of the Worst Car in History The Freeman
The Yugo: The Rise and Fall of the Worst Car in History
Commonwealth The Freeman
Commonwealth
Confessions of a Secret Marxist The Freeman
Confessions of a Secret Marxist
Mao: The Unknown Story The Freeman
Mao: The Unknown Story
The Dictators: Hitler’s Germany, Stalin’s Russia The Freeman
The Dictators: Hitler’s Germany, Stalin’s Russia
Gulag: A History The Freeman
Gulag: A History
Orient Express to Hell The Freeman
Orient Express to Hell
The Wisdom of Nien Cheng The Freeman
The Wisdom of Nien Cheng
Lenin Was Right Archives
Lenin Was Right
The Continuing Fallacy of Government “Creating Jobs” The Freeman
The Continuing Fallacy of Government “Creating Jobs”
Adam Smith said it best when he noted that "consumption is the sole end and purpose of all production." Unlike what Reich claims, an economy cannot be oriented solely toward production or solely toward consumption.

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