Mises Weekends

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Daniel McAdams: How the War Party Works

War and Foreign Policy

Jeff Deist and Daniel McAdams discuss how ordinary people can reclaim the narrative from those who recklessly expand US intervention in Syria and Iran.

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Dr. Michel Accad: Can Austrian Economics Save Medicine?

The EntrepreneurHealth

Dr. Accad presents a brilliant application of Austrian theory to real world practice.

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Individualism in the Age of the Smart Machine

The EntrepreneurFree MarketsMedia and Culture

Hunter Hastings outlines how technology can help empower entrepreneurship and usher in a new age of individualism.

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Dr. Guido Hülsmann: Nation, State, and Borders

Media and CulturePolitical TheoryPrivate Property

Guido Hülsmann and Jeff Deist discuss the ongoing migrant crisis in Europe.

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Jeff Deist and Jay Taylor: Banks are Dangerous

Money and BanksU.S. Economy

Jeff Deist and Jay Taylor discuss how both central banks and commercial banks are poised to change your life in some very unpleasant ways.

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Jeff Deist: Austrian Economics vs. Keynesian Orthodoxy

The FedMoney and Banks

Jeff Deist discusses Austrian economics and the bizarre world of negative interest rates.

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Hans-Hermann Hoppe: Why Democracy Fails

Political Theory

Hoppe shows how democratic elections often lead to bad results, and also illustrates how political democracy is often incompatible with human liberty.

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Matt McCaffrey: Revisiting Rothbard

BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

Jeff Deist and Matt McCaffrey discuss Murray N. Rothbard's enduring legacy, plus the new Rothbard Reader .

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Jeff Deist: Socialist Left, alt-Right, and the Myth of Democratic Consensus

Other Schools of ThoughtPolitical Theory

This weekend, Jeff recaps his recent talk in Houston, which generated plenty of comments from libertarians, progressives, and the alt-Right.

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Paul-Martin Foss: The Bizarre World of Negative Interest Rates

The Fed

Paul-Martin Foss explains how Mises and Rothbard understood the function of interest rates, as opposed to how central bankers use interest rates as a tool to stimulate aggregate demand.

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