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Category: Economics 101

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Lately, I’ve spent a lot of time packing and unpacking, something I never thought I’d find myself doing. It started when…

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Why Not Socialism?

By: Lawrence Reed

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“A man who chooses between drinking a glass of milk and a glass of a solution of potassium cyanide does…

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The first two quarters of 2020 certainly have not gone the way any of us would have expected, but the…

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Encouraging Human Dignity, Creativity & Flourishing

By: Rev. Robert A. Sirico

4 minute read

Why not socialism? A right use of freedom has tended to encourage human dignity, creativity and flourishing. But why should…

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Many couples are facing difficult financial questions during this season of furloughs, salary cuts, and unemployment. Others may be dealing…

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Some say income inequality is the defining issue of our time. One of the most famous tweets ever came from…

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The Significance of the Perfect Bagel

By: Alexander Bouffard

4 minute read

Upon moving to Virginia after four years in New York City, I understand the difficulty of finding a NYC bagel…

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The world recently celebrated the thirty-year anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Thirty years ago people peacefully took…

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There is a connection between economic freedom and flourishing. Specifically, as Anne Bradley and Joseph Connors show in “Economic Freedom and the…

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Voting with Your Feet to Serve the Common Good

By: Dr. Anne Bradley

6 minute read

It’s election season in the U.S., and we are hearing a lot about voting. I saw a public service announcement…

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