Economics

The Southern Slave Economy Was Anti-Capitalistic

he discussion around the political economy of slavery has been one of the central debates in the academic study of…

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4 Simple Habits to Build Wealth Faster

As a young child, did you ever dream of having $1 million in the bank? I used to think that way,…

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The Age of Wealth Accumulation is Over

Roughly four decades ago, America kicked off the developed world’s last major economic paradigm shift — the supply side revolution.…

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4 Common Capitalism Myths Debunked

One of the most disappointing things I face as a college professor is the lack of understanding most students have…

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Some Mistakes of Marx

“The evil that men do lives after them.” This maxim applies with singular force to the work of Karl Marx.…

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Islam and Liberty: A Comparative Analysis

 “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator…

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The Economic Cost of Cuban Socialism

Cuba has a very sad history. It traded a regular dictatorship for a communist dictatorship six decades ago, and the…

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One Bad and Eight Good Reasons to Cut Taxes

Advocates of high taxes have denounced President Bush’s preferred tax-cut argument—it will help the economy—as outmoded Keynesianism. They have a…

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Why You Never Hear Anyone Say “That Wasn’t Real Capitalism”

“Der heimliche Aufmarsch” (“The Secret Deployment”) is an old socialist revolutionary song from the Weimar Republic. It calls upon the…

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Economic life in the Ottoman era

A state stands strong by means of its treasury. It is a fine art to keep the treasury full and to…

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