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Free Market Groups Putting Property Principles into Action Anything Peaceful
Free Market Groups Putting Property Principles into Action

From South Africa to India, free market groups are helping to secure property rights for disenfranchised people  ending decades of injustice.  

Liberalism by Ludwig von Mises Books
Liberalism, by Ludwig von Mises (1927)

Ludwig von Mises's classic 1927 book on the free society. 

What Killed Economic Growth? Anything Peaceful
What Killed Economic Growth?

Growth is pathetic, and politicians are blaming immigrants, foreign countries, and inequality — but the data show that the real answer hits closer to home.

He Beat the IRS in Court, But They Won't Make Him Whole Anything Peaceful
He Beat the IRS in Court, But They Won't Make Him Whole
The government wastes more money each second than it would cost to compensate this asset forfeiture victim, but they're fighting it tooth and nail. 
Does “I, Pencil” Need to be Revisited? Anything Peaceful
Does “I, Pencil” Need to be Revisited?

I, Pencil showed the brilliance of market cooperation; does it need an update to show government's role?

In Praise of Capitalist Globalization Anything Peaceful
In Praise of Capitalist Globalization

In this era of “savage capitalism,” the world has seen unprecedented declines in poverty and increases in global welfare.

Gays Need the Freedom to Discriminate Anything Peaceful
Gays Need the Freedom to Discriminate
Anti-discrimination laws will provide more choices at the expense of more informed choices. 
Hillary Staffers Can't Afford New York's Government-Controlled Housing Market Anything Peaceful
Hillary Staffers Can't Afford New York's Government-Controlled Housing Market
Progressives have made their bed, but they can't afford to lie in it. 
SCOTUS Says You Can Be Held Liable for Unintentional Discrimination Anything Peaceful
SCOTUS Says You Can Be Held Liable for Unintentional Discrimination
Cities and landlords can now be sued no matter what they do (or even try to do).
Ten Years After Kelo v. New London Anything Peaceful
Ten Years After Kelo v. New London
The ruling gutted property rights and undermined the Constitution.
What Can the Government Steal? Anything It Pays For. Anything Peaceful
What Can the Government Steal? Anything It Pays For.
The raisin decision was good news, but it didn’t go far enough by actually limiting what government can take from citizens.
Supreme Court: Government Has to Pay if It Takes Your Stuff Anything Peaceful
Supreme Court: Government Has to Pay if It Takes Your Stuff

The government can’t seize farmer’s crops without paying just compensation.

Airport Pirates Loot a College Student’s Life Savings Anything Peaceful
Airport Pirates Loot a College Student’s Life Savings
Police at one regional airport took $530,000 from travelers who were never charged with a crime.
How Policing Works in a Privatized City Anything Peaceful
How Policing Works in a Privatized City
The right to walk away when a cop tells you to stop smoking makes all the difference.
War and Taxes: What Prompted the Magna Carta? Anything Peaceful
War and Taxes: What Prompted the Magna Carta?

People weary of war and taxes paved the way to the signing of the Magna Carta. The world would never be the same.

Kelo: How Politicians Stole Her Home and Gave It to Pfizer (Who Destroyed It for Nothing) Anything Peaceful
Kelo: How Politicians Stole Her Home and Gave It to Pfizer (Who Destroyed It for Nothing)
The strange, sad story of how a momentous legal case arose from unlikely origins and shocked the nation.
How Markets and Technology Made Us Safer Anything Peaceful
How Markets and Technology Made Us Safer
On the margins, social, mobile, and digital technologies are doing more than cops, courts, and jails could ever do to make the world safer.
3 Reasons Why It's Okay to Have 23 Kinds of Deodorant Anything Peaceful
3 Reasons Why It's Okay to Have 23 Kinds of Deodorant
Senator Sanders' silly comment shows some dangerous delusions.
In Defense of Private Property: Aristotle and Mises Anything Peaceful
In Defense of Private Property: Aristotle and Mises
The Greek and the Austrian both knew: Ownership and freedom are inseparable ideas.
Capitalism Defused the Population Bomb Anything Peaceful
Capitalism Defused the Population Bomb
Alarmism about food and population continues, even though reasons for optimism abound.
What Are the Prospects for Liberland? Anything Peaceful
What Are the Prospects for Liberland?
Liberland might be entirely symbolic, but symbols are hugely important to the future of liberty. 
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.
Blurred Lines: When Guns Become Speech Anything Peaceful
Blurred Lines: When Guns Become Speech
Government is an analog institution in a digital world.
Baltimore and the Rights of the Poor Anything Peaceful
Baltimore and the Rights of the Poor
For a long time, the networks of trust and expectation in the city of Baltimore have been fraying because of lack of trust in the legal order.
Keeping Native Americans in the Dark Anything Peaceful
Keeping Native Americans in the Dark
No person or group needs their "affairs" managed by a federal bureau to achieve prosperity.

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