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Why Murray Rothbard says every government service should be privatized like all other goods and free-market analysis applied across the board.
Ludwig von Mises
Ludwig von Mises on why recessions aren’t just causeless, spontaneous occurrences and are not the result of so-called “contradictions of capitalism.” They’re caused by tinkering with the free market, and particularly by pushing interest rates lower than the market wants to set them – like they are right now.
Why Frederic Bastiat believes the market economy is a place of harmony, not struggle or conflict, and that in a free market, people specialize in that area in which they are best able to serve others.
The American Revolution: A Constitutional Conflict
Austrian Economics Step by Step
The History of Conservatism and Libertarianism
John Maynard Keynes: His System and Its Fallacies
U.S. Constitutional History
Kevin Gutzman, Brion McClanahan
Western Civilization to 1500