Ten Key Elements of Economics – Part II, Vol. I

Continuing the series I started two weeks ago, here are points one through three in part two of the Ten Key Elements of Economics series: 1. Private Ownership: People Will Be More Industrious and Use Resources More Wisely When Property is Privately Owned Men always work harder and more readily when they work on that…

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Income Inequality & CEO Pay

Being Classically Liberal, on Facebook, posted this one: People like Robert Reich and Paul Krugman like to complain a lot about income inequality yet they are significantly more rich than the average american and also richer than the average CEO. Also, believe it or not the claim that the average CEO earns 300 times what…

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Ten Key Elements of Economics – Part I, Vol. II

Continuing the series I started last week, here are points six through ten in part one of the Ten Key Elements of Economics series: 6. The Four Sources of Income Growth are (a) Improvements in Worker Skills, (b) Capital Formation, (c) Technological Advancement, and (d) Better Economic Organization THE GOODS AND SERVICES THAT PROVIDE for…

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Hoppe on Marx

Hans-Hermann Hoppe is an anarcho-capitalist philosopher known for his refutations of democratic values and his use of axiomatic thinking in attempts to prove that freedom is the best option or only feasibility for human beings. Some of his work can be found in the Links and Meet Me Halfway sections of SNV (see the title…

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