Common Core: A Tocquevillean Education or Cartel Federalism? : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education

Common Core: A Tocquevillean Education or Cartel Federalism? : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education

Labor Unions Create Unemployment: It's a Feature, Not a Bug : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education

Labor Unions Create Unemployment: It's a Feature, Not a Bug : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education

The Day FEE Was Called before Congress— This Freeman article, by David T. Beito, describes the events surrounding FEE's 1949 raid by the Feds.

The Day FEE Was Called before Congress— This Freeman article, by David T. Beito, describes the events surrounding FEE's 1949 raid by the Feds.

Pearl Harbor: The Seeds and Fruits of Infamy : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education

Pearl Harbor: The Seeds and Fruits of Infamy : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education

June 2012  In this Issue:  Steven Horwitz describes the fall of the first New Deal, Peter Boettke tells why he loves economics, Peter Lewin explains why people need to understand Austrian capital theory, and much, much more!

June 2012 In this Issue: Steven Horwitz describes the fall of the first New Deal, Peter Boettke tells why he loves economics, Peter Lewin explains why people need to understand Austrian capital theory, and much, much more!

The War on Work - The U.S. gov't has spent trillions of dollars in recent decades attempting to combat poverty, yet the poverty rate has remained virtually unmoved. Why? As social economist Michael Tanner explains, the "War on Poverty" has both discouraged work and ensnared people in hardship. The "War on Poverty," it turns out, is actually a "War on Work." In five minutes, learn the truth about gov't's counterproductive efforts to eliminate poverty.

The War on Work - The U.S. gov't has spent trillions of dollars in recent decades attempting to combat poverty, yet the poverty rate has remained virtually unmoved. Why? As social economist Michael Tanner explains, the "War on Poverty" has both discouraged work and ensnared people in hardship. The "War on Poverty," it turns out, is actually a "War on Work." In five minutes, learn the truth about gov't's counterproductive efforts to eliminate poverty.

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