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How Churchill’s Skepticism Of Modern Society Shaped His Outlook On War...

The Federalist - Winston Churchill's experiences as a young man in combat shaped his views of war and courage in the modern age.

Economics Was Invented to Refute Trump’s Tariff Arguments – by Tom...

Foundation for Economic Education - We've known tariffs are a bad idea since Adam Smith. When Adam Smith wrote Wealth of Nations, it wasn’t to refute...

Trump Plays with Fire on Trade – by Peter Schiff

Euro Pacific Capital - It’s helpful to remember that a tariff is essentially a tax that will be paid by domestic consumers. It’s not...

Trump must not fall for the North Korea peace treaty trap...

American Enterprise Institute - North Korea reportedly wants President Trump to sign a peace treaty formally ending the Korean War 65 years after an armistice...

The Political Economy of Protectionism – by Thomas J. DiLorenzo

Mises Institute -- Disagreements among economists are legendary, but they are largely of one mind on the issue of free trade. Evidence of this...

Who Killed More: Hitler, Stalin, or Mao? – by Ian Johnson

NYR Daily -- In these pages nearly seven years ago, Timothy Snyder asked the provocative question: Who killed more, Hitler or Stalin? As useful as that...
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