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  • Re: The Blaze Libertarian Network

    Sorry to disappoint you ... . I don't have to lurk--I have a friend named Google. Are you sure you don't want to describe Murray's view as Molinari-Rothbardism? Molinari's version of anarcho-capitalism was published about a century before Rothbard's. I think the relevant question...
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by David Friedman on Fri, Jan 11 2013
  • Friedman and Political-Economic Freedom

    Even though, I am in the beginning of searching Libertarianism I found out that political and economic freedom are indivisible . Milton Friedman and others have said that economic freedom results in political freedom. But , Milton Friedman, in his book Capitalism and Freedom 40th Edition and especially...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by LandJ on Sat, Dec 22 2012
  • "Free to Choose" - English Subtitles

    Hello everyone. I want to watch the Friedman's documentary Free to Choose , but I want to watch it with english subtitles. However, I can't find english subtitles to download. Could anybody help me, please? Thank you P.S. The automatic subtitles of Youtube, are not so good...
    Posted to General (Forum) by LandJ on Sun, Dec 9 2012
  • Whom make the law?

    I favour an anarcho-capitalistic system in regards to everything: economy, interpersonal relations etc. However, one single thing is still not quite right; the legal system of anarcho-capitalism. Another thread on the forum (called "Law in "practice" in an anarcho-capitalistic society"...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Peter Simon Christensen on Sat, Oct 22 2011
  • I'm curious how many here have read the alternatives?

    I'm aware that many people here have read Human Action . Many here have read A History of Money and Banking in the United States . Some have even read Principles of Economics . A few Capital and Interest . We're all very familiar with the Austrian canon. But how many of you lot have read the...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by JadedRailman on Sun, Jun 5 2011
  • Income Gap vs. Money Supply

    Pretend that there are 1,000 people in the world. And everyone is given $1. Assuming that certain people profit and others do not, it would mean that someone could end up having $5 for himself and four other people would have $0. People have argued that to me, and I'm not really sure how to defend...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by BrianAnderson on Mon, Jul 12 2010
  • Has Fisher/Friedman been more destructive than Keynes?

    I've heard the 1920s bubble be blamed on Irving Fisher's influence on Fed Chariman Benjamin Strong; obviously that bubble led to the '29 crash. And in Rothbard's lecture on Milton Friedman in 1970, Rothbard claims that in the middle of the previous year, the Nixon-era Fed finally stopped...
    Posted to History (Forum) by Daniel James Sanchez on Thu, Jul 30 2009
  • Rothbard vs. Friedman

    Besides law, what were the differences in the theories between Murray N. Rothbard and David D. Friedman? I know that the latter came to his conclusions through utilitarian means, but were there any major differences in the conclusions themselves besides whether law would be agreed to or purchased on...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by shazam on Tue, Jul 7 2009
  • Re: Usury and the Increasing Money Supply

    [quote user="ladyattis"] Now lets assume a thought experiment where the money supply never increases. If the supply obviously never increases, how is interest paid? Well, interest can be paid any number of ways beyond simply little notes or shiny coins. Exchange for bulk commodities or shares...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Goldenboy219 on Wed, Apr 22 2009
  • Re: von Mises > Keynes + Friedman?

    [quote user="hoffmanjohn"]you should probably post this qeustion in a Keynsian and monetarist group because the response you will get in this forum will only confirm the austrian view... Keynes suggest that monetary policy during a crisis such as the great depression was ineffective at saving...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Telemachus on Sat, Feb 7 2009
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