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It would be difficult to find a better example of moral obtuseness than the mindset that leftists/liberals/progressives/socialists have toward wealth and poverty. (I’ll use the term “liberals” for the rest of this essay.) Liberals constantly lament the plight of the poor in American society today. But...

The author is Jonathan Levy (U. Chicago) and the subtitle is A History of the United States, noting it is mostly an economic history from a left-mercantilist, nation-building point of view.  So far on p.95 I quite like the book, here is one excerpt: Ironically enough,...

(Don Boudreaux) Tweet… is from page 32 of Thomas Sowell’s excellent 1984 book, Civil Rights: Rhetoric or Reality? (original emphasis): It would perhaps be easier to find an inverse correlation between political activity and economic success than a direct correlation. Groups that have the skills for...

These days it’s not your typical latte-sipping millennials who are going woke. Taking a stroll around America’s largest metro areas will have one believe social justice is the latest fad that’s sweeping across corporate boardrooms. Much has been written about woke capital—businesses’ recent pivot to...

Austrian Perspectives on Entrepreneurship, Strategy, and Organization is a part of the Cambridge “Elements” Series, which joins series like the Routledge Focus and Oxford University Press “Very Short Introductions” in publishing short, focused surveys of a very specific topic in something that fits in the...