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5 Reasons why becoming an entrepreneur is the most effective way to promote the cause of liberty

PREFACE: This is a topic that has been near to my heart for a long time, but the decision to write this came after listening to several episodes of a fantastic podcast that nails this theme over and over. The … Continue reading

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Bastiat Applied

My political economy class this semester introduced me to the works of Adam Smith and Karl Marx.  The writings of other philosophers and economists also provided insight to the group of budding economists at George Wythe, and one of my … Continue reading

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Bastiat and Population Density

I dreamt this afternoon about economics.  I have never done so before, but that must be what I get for reading Bastiat’s Economic Harmonies before my catnap.  The topic that agitated my mind was Bastiat’s comments about population density.  I … Continue reading

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