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Mises DailyDecember 11, 2010
I would like to tell you more about our philosophy and the work that we do, with the hope that you will join me in <a href="https://mises.org/donate.aspx">becoming a financial supporter</a>...

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What's So Great about Representative Government?

Mises DailyDecember 7, 2010
As Hans-Hermann Hoppe has <a href="http://store.mises.org/Democracy-The-God-That-Failed-P240.aspx">noted</a>, democracy is owned by no one. But neither is representative government. Both are marked by infantilized societies: time preference shortens, current consumption trumps...

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A Sanctuary for Freedom

Mises DailySeptember 9, 2005
Defending freedom in good times is essential for the future of civilization. But doing so in times of crisis and calamity is even more important. Consider also <a href="https://mises.org/donate.aspx#donate">helping the Mises Institute</a> as we come to freedom's defense in...

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The Possibility of Private Law

Mises DailyAugust 3, 2005
Can free enterprise be the sole provider of law and justice? Robert Murphy, author of <a href="http://store.mises.org/Chaos-Theory-P190C0.aspx">Chaos Theory</a>, writes that the idea is often dismissed out of hand...

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Teaching Tomorrow's Economists

Mises DailyMarch 9, 2012
The <a href="http://store.mises.org/Lessons-for-the-Young-Economist-Teachers-Manual-P10826.aspx">Teacher's Manual</a> is now available for my introductory textbook, <em><a href="http://mises.org/document/5706/Lessons-for-the-Young-Economist">Lessons...

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Regression Theorem and Bitcoin

BlogDecember 29, 2013

Here is a letter I received about the Regression theorem:

I've been thinking through this for a few days and wondered if you had any insight -- is the Regression Theorem a praxeological statement, or is it a heuristic device?
If it is a...

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Best Libertarian/Classical Liberal Group Academic Blog

BlogNovember 29, 2005
The Mises blog is a nominee in this contest at the Liberty & Power blog.

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Kenneth Gregg, RIP

BlogMarch 17, 2008
Kenneth Gregg, a longtime contributor to this blog and a good friend of our work, has died. More detail at the History and Power Blog.

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Apple vs. The Bloggers

BlogMarch 16, 2005

Apples sues blogs for revealing future product plans. Judge sides with Apple, saying that blogs were not "legitimate members of the press". Story...

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Welcome to the New Mises Blog!

BlogNovember 18, 2014

Well, it's a new look

The new blog features all the same authors as the old blog, known as "The Circle Bastiat" and the "Mises Economics Blog." 

But now the blog site is fully integrated into Mises.org and it's easier to make comments...

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The RSS Feed Is Here!

BlogMarch 11, 2015

For those of you who prefer to follow our content via RSS feed, it is now online and available here: http://mises.org/feed/blog.rss...

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Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought Volume 1

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The appearance of the famous (and massive) volumes of Rothbard's History of
Economic Thought in a new edition is cause for great celebration.

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Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought Volume 2

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The appearance of the famous (and massive) volumes of Rothbard's History of
Economic Thought in a new edition is cause for great celebration.

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"Jean Tirole wins Nobel for a pseudo-problem"

BlogOctober 15, 2014
The Financial Post picks up Joe Salerno's blog post on the latest Nobel Prize winner in economics.

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Intertwined Insanities

BlogSeptember 15, 2006
For a brief analysis of the connection between some bizarre events in the Middle East and in the West, I invite readers to see my article "Intertwined Insanities" on my personal blog...

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Public Service Link

BlogAugust 28, 2005
The most thorough blog coverage of Hurricane Katrina that I've seen thus far is from Brendan Loy, whose "Irish Trojan's Blog" I had never seen until earlier this evening. Behold the mystery and wonder of the Internet.

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