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James Lindsay and a Friendly Point of Criticism
I like and admire James Lindsay’s talk. I write as a friendly critic whose exposure to Lindsay has only been…More
90 Years of New Deals
Harwood Economic Review Table of Contents The New Deal Revolution Reconsidered: An Introduction George H. Nash The Nightmare Fairyland of…More
Where Has All The Lending Gone?
With seventy times more reserves in the banking system and just under twice the loan volume than when the financial…More
Are Historians Politically Biased?
Are historians suffering from political bias? If one consults surveys of political affiliations in academia, one finds that history departments…More
The Trouble with Politics in Pop Culture
In 2023, our politics and our entertainment have become so blurred that we can hardly distinguish one from the other.…More
Economic Growth Theories Fall into the Dustbin of History (And That’s Okay)
“The Soviet model has surely demonstrated that a command economy is capable of mobilizing resources for rapid growth and awesome…More
Wealth Taxes: The Tale of “Tuh”
There is a big push to implement wealth taxes, partly as a way of raising revenue, but mostly as a…More
Are GOP Presidential Contenders Prepared to Take On the Fed?
As the GOP’s presidential hopefuls formulate their national economic agendas, one question looms large: What are they going to do…More
Anarchy and Bitcoin
From the late-1980s until the early 2000s, the Cypherpunks – a group of cryptographers, mathematicians, computer scientists and activists –…More