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U.S. HistoryPrivate Property
Jeff Deist interviewed about American Indian tribes and property rights.
Capital and Interest TheoryPhilosophy and MethodologyPrivate Property
The fallacy that labor-saving machines create technological unemployment has not only been disproved by theory but also by the whole history of mankind.
Whether racially motivated or not, land expropriation in South Africa is just another episode of state-forced wealth redistribution — with disastrous effects.
Bureaucracy and RegulationPrivate PropertyValue and Exchange
Workplace raids against employers of non-government-approved workers make a mockery of private property rights.
Not unlike the United States, Nordic countries have mixed interventionist economies that nonetheless rely heavily on property rights and the private sector.
Bureaucracy and RegulationLegal SystemPrivate Property
There's really no need to do legal gymnastics about religious freedom. A simple respect for property rights solves the problem of forced baking of gay-wedding cakes.
Other Schools of ThoughtPrivate Property
The broken-window fallacy, under a hundred disguises, is the most persistent in the history of economics. It is more rampant now than at any time in the past.
The EnvironmentPrivate Property
Rothbard's prescriptions for legal remedies against polluters are far better than the regulatory regime now favored by governments.
Decentralization and SecessionEntrepreneurshipPrivate Property
In a truly free society, the scope of government easily can be reduced to a much smaller domain than even many friends of freedom often think.
The Police StatePolitical TheoryPrivate Property