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Chloe Anagnos

By Moving to the Suburbs, Millennials Are Pushing Back Against Bureaucrats

In the meantime, government officials across the country should think long and hard before passing new regulations that would further add to the regulatory burden, making it even harder for young adults to become homeowners.

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Chloe Anagnos

Democrats Want to “Fix” Student-Loan Crisis by Exacerbating It

With more student forgiveness and “free college” policies in-store, presidential candidates are sure to make a government-created mess a catastrophe.

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Phillip W. Magness

How a Leftist Echo Chamber Became the New Norm on Campus

A new study of student attitudes about socialism and capitalism provides strong confirmation of the echo chamber effect taking hold in the humanities.

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Peter C. Earle

The Dollar, Not Crypto, Is a National Security Issue

If the current path is maintained (and quite possibly even if it isn’t), the future belongs to truly “dependable and reliable” monetary media: cryptocurrencies and precious metals

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Art Carden

The Capitalist Achievement of Recorded Music

Or in the musical context, the capitalist achievement consists not of softer seats at the opera for the king and queen but access to a practically infinite library for pennies a day.

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Jeffrey Tucker

Judy Shelton on Competitive and Private Currencies

A government money monopoly, writes Judy Shelton, “invites a more sinister abuse of government power – even tyranny – as government precludes market entry to alternative issuers.”

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