Money and BanksMoney and Banking
It's true that the Fed doesn't directly set a target for money creation. But by setting interest-rate targets, the Fed adopts a de facto policy of money creation.
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War and Foreign PolicyWorld HistoryHistory of the Austrian School of Economics
WWI symbolized the triumph of militarism and nationalism over the all-too-brief flourishing of liberalism — and also sowed the seeds of fascism, socialism, and the Second World War.
The Dutch Republic transformed the fervor of predestination into faith in personal destiny — and the singularly capitalistic means of getting there.
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Global EconomyInterventionismMoney and Banking
Has China blown the biggest credit bubble in history?
Bureaucracy and RegulationPrivate PropertyValue and Exchange
Workplace raids against employers of non-government-approved workers make a mockery of private property rights.
Media and CultureWar and Foreign Policy
Not unlike the United States, Nordic countries have mixed interventionist economies that nonetheless rely heavily on property rights and the private sector.