In this excerpt from his brilliant Mises: The Last Knight of Liberalism, Guido Hülsmann illustrates how Carl Menger's experience as a financial journalist led to his developing the revolutionary foundations of the Austrian school of economics.
In a superb talk given on February 27, 1984, at an early Mises Institute event in New York City, Margit von Mises discusses the process by which she came to write the memoir of her late husband, as well as his impact on the world.
Mises had diagnosed these problems long before they became apparent. In a series of essays written between the two World Wars—but also in Omnipotent Government published in 1944—, Mises showed that in a world where governments interfere in their domestic markets, and with the monetary...
Today would have been the 89th birthday of Murray Rothbard. In this 1988 essay, Ron Paul explores Murray Rothbard's importance in Paul's own political career and the importance of education and scholarship in changing political realities.