The November-December Issue of ‘The Austrian’ Is Now Online

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The November-December Issue of ‘The Austrian’ Is Now Online

December 1, 2015

In the latest issue of The Austrian, Jeff Deist explores the intimate connection between authoritarianism and political correctness. It’s not about being polite. It’s about political control.

Also in this issue, David Gordon reviews Peter Simpson’s new book Political Illiberalism where Simpson, a non-libertarian, offers a trenchant critique of the state from his own perspective.

We then sit down for a talk with Greg Morin, a successful entrepreneur and supporter of the Mises Institute to discuss how Austrian economics has affected him as a businessman and employer.

This issue offers a look back at 2015, and includes many photographs of friends, supporters, and rising academic stars, memorable events, inspirational talks, and more from the events at our campus in Auburn, and around the country. 2015 was a busy year for the Mises Institute with numerous Mises Circle events in addition to our annual seminars, conferences, and programs.

We invite you to take a closer look at our year in review. We have even more coming in 2016!

All past issues of The Austrian are also available at mises.org:

September-October: “The Future is Decentralized” by Patrick Byrne, and more. 

July-August: “Why Government Hates Cash” by Joseph Salerno, and more. 

May-June: “Economic Stagnation and the Global Bubble” by David Stockman, and more. 

March-April: “An Austro-Libertarian Reconstruction of Human Development” by Hans-Hermann Hoppe, and more.

January-February: Lew Rockwell Makes the Libertarian Case for Secession, and more.

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