More from Mises U

Today is the last day of Mises University 2010. I’m already making plans for next year. 🙂 Here’s an observation from the week: Something that I love about the Mises Institute is the aesthetic beauty. Yes, the building is a little confusing because of all the additions, stairways, and so…

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What Has the Government Done To Our Money? Part III

Chapter 12: Money Warehouses Since in the free market we would use some sort of coins, they would eventually get too bulky to carry around, and warehouses would emerge. We would store our money in a warehouse and carry a warehouse receipt that would guarantee our ownership of the money.…

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“What Has the Government Done To Our Money?” Part I

I’ve been reading this book by Rothbard (in preparation for Mises University later this month) and like all the books I’ve read by Rothbard so far, it is fantastic. Superb…stunning, these might be more appropriate words. It is taking me a long time to read it because I want to…

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“The Enterprise of Law” Part I

There is a little known book out there called “The Enterprise of Law” by Bruce Benson. I was introduced to it by Richard Maybury, who highly recommended it in his books. That was about two years ago. I got the book from our local (public) library and enjoyed reading it.…

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