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  • Turning Socialists into Capitalists — Recommended method?

    As a student, I often find myself arguing with socialists. I have organised many debates with socialists, and am holding conferences in Austrian economics. Doing everything I can with my knowledge, in order to persuade socialists to understand economics, capitalism and rights... I am still young however...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Samuel Marks on Wed, Nov 2 2011
  • On the strategy of persuasion, a caveat.

    There is a disturbing trend that I’ve come across lately and that is when, people of anarcho-capitalism persuasion drag down their fellow free-market libertarians and minarchists for not going 'all the way'. Now i personally would say that support the rights-based anarcho-capitalist ideal;...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Cyther Lynx on Mon, Mar 7 2011
  • How Capitalism Saved America - on Radio Free Market

    Friends of Liberty, I wanted to let my friends of liberty know about the Radio Free Market CALL IN Show tomorrow August 28th at 1PM on Radio Free Market interview on RepublicBroadcasting with Dr. Tom DiLorenzo (a noted Mises Scholar). We will be talking about the history of Capitalism in America dating...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Andy Katherman on Fri, Aug 27 2010
  • "Private option" for government?

    I know Ron Paul has mentioned support of this sort of proposal before, but I wasn't really able to find much else on this idea. Has there been any thought given to promotion of a "Private option" for government? That is, people voluntarily giving up their "protections" like police...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Marked on Fri, Apr 16 2010
  • All Mises U content now available through Bit Torrent

    I thought this would be a good way of spreading our message freely, further, and faster. I arranged all information within the torrent exactly as it was downloaded from the beautifully-arranged Mises U that you have implemented on iTunes. I thought this additional format of delivery would be handy for...
    Posted to General (Forum) by mattthetalker on Fri, Mar 5 2010
  • Canada-A veiw from the other side (Competition in telecoms of CanadaIs; is it really there)

    I have been thinking of this article, in which I read recently. In its entirety I believe the author answers his own questions, in regards to barring entry to the market but does try to avoid that it is regulation in the one aspect where when regulation was repealed to let smaller competitors compete...
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by Sanchez on Mon, Feb 22 2010
  • Re: Iran can't even BUILD nuclear weapons.

    China is stepping up research of particle accelerator on its own, according to reports from the ongoing 2nd Asia Accelerator Conference. It is said that the Institute of High Energy Physics under the Chinese Academy of Sciences is making an active effort in design and research of positive-negative electron...
    Posted to Current Events (Forum) by Gerald Spencer on Mon, Feb 15 2010
  • improving capitalism--a lot

    Hello libertarians (and other strong supporters of liberty and--therefore--capitalism): I contacted Jeffrey Tucker regarding the idea referred to below, and he suggested I put a post on this forum. I stumbled upon a way to improve capitalism systemically and to accomplish everything any libertarian has...
    Posted to Economics Questions (Forum) by Stephen Yearwood on Mon, Jan 4 2010
  • Everywhere In Chains

    I'm new to this forum, but I don't plan on staying for very long. I've just come to introduce my blogel (blogged novel, if you didn't know). I'm calling it " Everywhere in Chains ", after the infamous Rousseau quote, "Man is born free, but he is everywhere in chains...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Tiberius on Sun, Aug 30 2009
  • Question about late 19th Century "surplus".

    I am currently doing a dissertation on American foreign policy and at the moment I am reading William Appleman Williams The Tragedy of American Diplomacy . In it, he says that US expansionist policies gained support from industrialists and farmers in an effort to "open" and/or "find"...
    Posted to History (Forum) by Tyler Rouillard on Thu, Jun 18 2009
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