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5 Charts That Explain The Student Debt Crisis
Student debt may or may not be a national crisis, but it certainly is a personal crisis for millions of Americans.
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The Government Declares War On Market Prices Just When We Need Them Most
Market prices are the best way to keep up with shifts in demand. Let's let them work as they're supposed to.
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Flexibility Is Needed For Economies To Cope With COVID-19, Not $2,000 Checks
True economic resilience comes from the ability to adapt to changes, not ignoring or masking them.
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COVID-19 Isn’t The True Culprit Of The Coming Recession
The recent chaos created by COVID-19 in the markets has many economists worried and asking for the Fed and the government to take action.
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Let Prices Rise To Combat The Coronavirus
The bottom-up nature of the price system can take into account millions of consumers and the vast array of constraints on producers, without needing any top-down supervision.
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5 Reasons Gen Z Will Elevate America's Workforce
Don’t bang your head against the copy machine just yet, there are many reasons to be optimistic about Gen Z’s workplace habits and attitudes.
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Why Hope Is Essential To Latin America’s Future
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito, wrote the Roman poet Virgil in “The Aeneid” in the first century BC. It’s commonly translated from Latin as “Do not give in to evil but proceed ever more boldly against it.”
Our Unhealthy Addiction To Health Insurance
The hardest part of treating addiction to any substance or belief is that denial is a major part of the disease.
What's Fair Isn't Always Equal
Throughout the past decade, hostility against growing economic inequality has gained ground. An increasing consensus seems to be gravitating towards the seductive demand for “fairness,” even by right-leaning politicians.
Bitcoin Is All That Stands Between My Family And Starvation
Bitcoin might not be the perfect hero we want but it's what we need. Bitcoin can give anyone the ability to trade freely and protect themselves financially against corrupt and incompetent governments.

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Essentials of Economics
Faustino Ballvé
Foundation For Economic Education
02/07/2017
Planned Chaos
Ludwig von Mises
Foundation For Economic Education
06/02/2015
Anything That's Peaceful
Leonard E. Read
Foundation For Economic Education
03/03/2015
Up From Poverty: Reflections on the Ills of Public Assistance edited by Hans F. Sennholz
Dale Matcheck
Foundation For Economic Education
08/01/1997
Up From Poverty: Reflections on the Ills of Public Assistance edited by Hans F. Sennholz
Dale Matcheck
Foundation For Economic Education
08/01/1997
Up From Poverty: Reflections on the Ills of Public Assistance edited by Hans F. Sennholz
Dale Matcheck
Foundation For Economic Education
08/01/1997
Up From Poverty: Reflections on the Ills of Public Assistance edited by Hans F. Sennholz
Dale Matcheck
Foundation For Economic Education
08/01/1997
Up From Poverty: Reflections on the Ills of Public Assistance edited by Hans F. Sennholz
Dale Matcheck
Foundation For Economic Education
08/01/1997
Up From Poverty: Reflections on the Ills of Public Assistance edited by Hans F. Sennholz
Dale Matcheck
Foundation For Economic Education
08/01/1997
Up From Poverty: Reflections on the Ills of Public Assistance edited by Hans F. Sennholz
Dale Matcheck
Foundation For Economic Education
08/01/1997
The Freeman
Foundation For Economic Education
01/01/1954
The Virtue of Liberty
Machan
Foundation For Economic Education