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inflationsucks
Jeffrey Tucker

Here’s a Way to Learn Comparative Systems

You can learn a tremendous amount of theory and history from these two masters of the craft– and also discover how to have a great time while trying to alert the world to what is the single most important choice we face in the entire world today: freedom or government control.

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happyshoppers
Robert Hughes

Consumer Confidence and Home Prices Move Higher

Consumer confidence rebounded in July and remains at a high level. However, persistently rising home prices are weighing on housing activity.

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Lincoln-Marx
Phillip W. Magness

Was Lincoln Really Into Marx?

Despite the Washington Post’s claims of a transatlantic friendship, there’s no evidence that Abraham Lincoln even knew – or cared – who Karl Marx was.

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inequalityconcept
Peter C. Earle

What Precisely Is Wrong With Economic Inequality?

The presumption that wealth inequality necessarily leads to social upheaval is specious, unproven, and manipulative.

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