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Twice in the 1930s, censors in Washington, D.C., sent letters to the American Institute for Economic Research demanding that we shut down our presses. Twice our founder E.C. Harwood refused to do so. Twice government backed down. What were we doing wrong? We had published articles taking issue with New Deal economic policy. Nothing more. […]READ MORE
We aren’t just talking about the poor. We are talking about your sons and daughters, nephews and nieces, your disabled first grandchild who would enjoy the dignity of work instead of being forcibly excluded by state policies.READ MORE
The Wealth Explosion by Stephen Davies is one of the books the world needs. Much of the growing literature in what is called the “New History of Capitalism” credits (or blames) different kinds of exploitation like slavery, colonialism, and empire for the prosperity of Europe and its overseas offshoots. Some historians argue, for example, that […]READ MORE
Looking back at the 20th century there were great social, political and economic challenges. Technological advances accelerated and mass communication shrank the planet. In the process we embarked on two catastrophic world wars, whilst in peacetime economic booms and busts ensured human progress was as uneven as it was cathartic. The first two decades of […]READ MORE
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