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Category: Economics 101

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Can Monetary Policy be Unjust?

By: Austin Rogers

8 minute read

We recently discussed some of the most commonly cited potential causes of the recent rise in income and wealth inequality….

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“Inequality” is one of the buzziest of buzzwords in the Western world today, and not without good reason. Income and…

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To what extent would you say that the material aspects of Christmas factor into your celebration? in 2017, Americans spent between $906 and $983…

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Ottawa, KS is a nice place to live. It has friendly people, a charming downtown, and access to big city…

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Unexpected Places to Meet People’s Needs

By: Taylor Barkley

4 minute read

The Wall Street Journal published an article about high school students in Citronelle, Alabama using the Wi-Fi at McDonald’s restaurants because…

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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

4 minute read

“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…