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Peter C. Earle

Poll: Americans Love Foreign Trade

There is no amount of red tape or nationalist fervor that will, for any appreciable length of time, make Americans eager to forfeit the bounty they and their families realize arising of increasingly and wonderfully borderless commerce.


Joakim Book

The Rise of Edinburgh, Financial Empire

The city of money no longer includes the best, the largest, or the most innovative banks, but finance still runs deep in Edinburgh’s blood.


Richard M. Ebeling

Max Weber on Politics as a Vocation

Politicians are all about how much they want to “give back” and to do for us. They portray themselves as ethical eunuchs, living just for the betterment of the rest of us.


Donald J. Boudreaux

Questions for Immigration Skeptics

Restricting peaceful immigration reduces the freedom of Americans.


Jeffrey Tucker

Judy Garland: The Brilliance and Tragedy of Fame

This film reveals both Judy Garland’s genius and her catastrophic life to the whole world in ways that make us frustrated but ultimately grateful for her personal sacrifice for the sake of art, culture, and the well-being of humanity. As her signature song says, it’s the journey that matters more than the destination.


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