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Brian C. Albrecht

Sovereign Bonds Since The Battle of Waterloo

The history of sovereign debt appears to be a history of default, repudiation, and limited debt enforcement. Why, then, do investors keep going back?

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Alexander W. Salter

The Federal Reserve: A Failure of the Rule of Law

The Fed has a monopoly on the creation of base money, the fundamental asset underlying the banking and financial system. And over decades, with each instance of financial turbulence, the Fed has become less constrained in how, when, and why it creates base money.

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Art Carden

Yes You Can Be Too Careful

Just because something is possible doesn’t mean it’s likely, though — or worth more than cursory attention.

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Phillip W. Magness

No One Ever Paid Those High Tax Rates

It’s a myth that the rich paid 90% or even 70%. Let’s take a closer look.

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Jeffrey Tucker

Against Political Gnosticism

Let us celebrate honesty in politics above all else, even when it preaches something brazenly wrong, such as is the case with the far left and the far right today. Sincerity and forthright telling of truth in the long run skew in the direction of freedom. It’s the Gnostics among us that confuse and confound and create social systems that do the same.

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