A Book Is a Tool, Not a Trophy

By T.K. Coleman   I once had coffee with a guy who told me that he read Rich Dad, Poor Dad six times. He said it with such pride too. I was really…

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The Best Fantasy Has Roots in History

By James Walpole This week I came across a popular Reddit thread exploring how Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin created his fictional land of Westeros. It looks remarkably like England. Landmass shape…

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A Libertarian Paradise in Nigeria

By Daniel Mitchell Whenever someone accuses me of being too dogmatically opposed to government, I tell them that I only got 94 out of 160 possible points when I took Professor Bryan Caplan’s…

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There’s a Hole in the Middle of Doughnut Economics

By Steven Horwitz  The last 30 years have seen the demise of the Soviet Union and its administrative-command economy as well as a revolution in technology and trade that has reduced…

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Adeleke David: On Free Market and Equality

The following was one of the top essay entries in our 2017 Adam Smith Challenge on the topic “How Does Free Market Promote Equality According to Adam Smith?”  In simple…

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