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Three Undeniable Problems with Anti-Gouging Laws

– September 15, 2018

Anti-Price Gouging Laws are either useless or harmful.

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Taylor Swift: Heroine for Property Rights

– July 18, 2018

Swift has used her celebrity and art to stand up to bullies, whether they be corporations or colleagues in the music industry. She’s also singing her way to the bank.

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Cuban Exile Sues Communist Regime for Expropriating Her Life

– May 10, 2018

“Anything that our eyes could see, that our noses could smell, that our mouthes could taste, and that our ears could hear had to fit the [communist] ideological framework. Quite literally, the state expropriated my body.”

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Cities Offloading Public Property

– April 6, 2018

The enthusiasm for imperious government impositions at the level of cities and states has waned dramatically. Governments are out of money. More importantly, they are out of ideas. All the most exciting innovations of our time come from the private sector and the brilliant process of market competition. With stretched budgets and a dearth of new ideas, government has nothing to lose by just selling assets lot by lot. 

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This Is How David Hume Would Interpret Peter Rabbit

– March 11, 2018

The classic story of Peter Rabbit is ultimately a tale about property rights: where they come from, how they are enforced, and the consequences of their violation. Here is the core of what makes the film remake of this story so wonderful. It challenges us to think carefully about the topic, and, as a bonus, offers up a Humean-Misesian view of property (an improvement over John Locke) and its meaning in our lives.

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The Economic Principles of America’s Founders: Property Rights, Free Markets, and Sound Money — HF

– September 3, 2010

Published on August 30, 2010 by Thomas West — Abstract: Although there are many scholarly treatments of the Founders’ understanding of property and economics, few of them present an overview of the complete package of the principles and policies upon …

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Progress and Property Rights: From the Greeks to Magna Carta to the Constitution

– November 1, 2009

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLIX No. 11 | November, 2009 The purpose of Todd’s book is to inform the public of the traditions that underlay the development of modern American property rights. At a time when the issue generates as much heat as light, such a …

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The Property Right Condemned

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 2005, Issue: 13 Also: A Closer Look at Foreign Aid

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Hurricanes, Tsunamis, and Property Rights

– May 1, 2008

Research Reports – 2006, Issue: 13 Also: Helping the World’s Poor

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Eminent Domain Abuse

– September 1, 2005

Economic Bulletin Vol XLV, no. 9 | September, 2005 by Scott Bullock

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Property Rights: The Essential Ingredient for Liberty and Progress

– May 1, 2005

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLV, no. 5 | May, 2005 Includes sections by Tom Bethell, Walker F. Todd, Richard L. Stroup, Lee Hoskins, Richard A. Posner, Howard Segermark, Gerald P. O’Driscoll, Jr., Lee Hoskins, Mary Anastasia O’Grady, Robert Skidelsky, Ian V …

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Private Property Rights, Economic Freedom, and Well-Being

– November 1, 2002

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLII, no. 11 | November 2002 by Benajmin Powell

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