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August 14, 2018
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William J. Luther

The Economic and Moral Imperative of Sound Money

AIER’s Sound Money Project has quickly established itself as a leading authority in monetary economics.

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Alexander W. Salter

Monetary Institutions and Self-Governance

The features of monetary institutions that make them illiberal have a high likelihood of making them undemocratic as well.

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Robert Hughes

Small-Business Confidence Is Booming

The Small Business Optimism Index from the National Federation of Independent Business rose 0.7 points in July, coming in at 107.9, the second-highest in history, extending a run of 20 consecutive months above 100.

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Michael Munger

Your Ticket to Capitalism Is Free

The consumer surplus that we derive from buying water, and other items, is enormous, almost incalculable.  The fact that all of these products, services, and useful things are available to us at low prices seems automatic, nothing very interesting or important. In fact, the capitalist system operating in the background is performing miracles of production, logistics, and delivery, all to make sure that prices are low.

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Richard M. Ebeling

The Walter Lippmann Colloquium and the Meaning of Liberalism

Eighty years after a remarkable colloquium in 1938, one that tried to assess the crisis of liberalism and what to do about it, the proceedings have finally been published. The results are tremendously revealing. The Walter Lippman Colloquium was indeed a seminal event that set the stage for the postwar liberal revival. 

 

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Jeffrey Tucker

How to Kick an Economy When It’s Down

It is incredibly reckless to double taxes on imports from a particular country with the stroke of a pen. As robust and well-capitalized as the US is today, such actions foment more conflict, feed resentment, fuel nationalism, and take unnecessary risks with the economic well being of people the world over.

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