In the latest issue of The Austrian, Ron Paul identifies reasons for optimism in the cause for liberty, and outlines where the movement should go from here.
Also in this issue, David Gordon reviews the much talked about Phishing for Phools from George A. Akerlof and Robert J. Shiller. Dr. Gordon picks apart the offering from the pair of Nobel Laureates, describing it as “a radical attack both on the free market and a key part of standard economic theory.”
The legendary Ralph Raico sits down for an interview. He offers an historical perspective on the weaponization of democracy.
In time for election season, James Bovard outlines the numerous, insidious ways in which government promotes its own agenda by bribing voters.
This issue offers a look at our sold-out Mises Circle held November in Phoenix, a note from Jeff Deist and exciting announcements regarding supporters, alumni, and scholars around the world!
All past issues of The Austrian are also available at mises.org:
November-December: “PC is Control, Not Etiquette” by Jeff Deist, and more.
September-October: “The Future is Decentralized” by Patrick Byrne, and more.
July-August: “Why Government Hates Cash” by Joseph Salerno, and more.
May-June: “Economic Stagnation and the Global Bubble” by David Stockman, and more.
March-April: “An Austro-Libertarian Reconstruction of Human Development” by Hans-Hermann Hoppe, and more.
January-February: Lew Rockwell Makes the Libertarian Case for Secession, and more.10:38 am on February 8, 2016