Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on November 22, 2010

in History, Property Rights, Regulation, Seen and Unseen, Taxes, Trade, Video

Truth on the Market’s Larry Ribstein debates insider-trading regulations with Prof. Bainbridge.

In this recent talk at GMU’s Mercatus Center, perhaps the most knowlegeable human being I’ve ever met, Steve Davies, discusses the way we view the past and how that vision affects the future.

In this short video, Cato’s Dan “Bulldawg” Mitchell analyzes White House economist Austan Goolsbee’s justification for higher taxes.

The Wall Street Journal‘s Mary Anastasia O’Grady gets to the heart of what’s wrong with Haiti.

And there’s lots of great stuff in the November 2010 issue of The Freeman.  I hesitate to single out individual articles, for the entire issue is outstanding, but do pay particular attention to Bob Higgs’s discussion of the recession within the Depression of 1937, Sheldon Richman’s essay on deficit hawks and war hawks, and Manuel Ayau’s thoughts on the division of labor.

Finally, Deroy Murdock bashes China bashers.


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