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[...] a slightly shorter version of Haberler’s essay may be found as an appendix to Ludwig von Mises, Planning for Freedom (Spring Mills, Penn,: Libertarian Press, 1980), [...]
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Ludwig von Mises, The Theory of Money and Credit, 3rd rev. ed. (1912; 2nd rev. ed., 1924; Indianapolis, Ind.: Liberty Funf, 1981).
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[...] “‘Unreal Assumptions’ in Economic Theory: the F-Twist Revisted,” [...]
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[...] and The Free and Prosperous Commonwealth (Princeton, N .J.: D. Van Nostrand, 1962).
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More precisely still: it is structured according to thecategories of logic, arithmetic and protophysics (including geometry).
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Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk, Capital and Interest (1889; Sping Mills, Penn.: Libertarian Press, 1959).
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The determination of prices has, as far as the mutual exchange ratios between various commodities are concerned, no direct causal relationship whatever with the prices of the past .80
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A short review of the price stabilization movement is found in Murray N. Rothbard, America’s Great Depression , 4th ed. (1963; New York: Richardson & Synder, 1983), pp. 153-64.
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For a full account of Durant’s devious manuevers, [...]
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[...] supplementedby yesterday’s wild extravagances, should emphasize [...]
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[...] but by this he meant social systems characterized by “stagnation” and “rigidity,” where the purpose of government is to “prevent any innovations that could endanger its own supremacy. “This definition of conservatism would apply to Eastern cultures and Bismarckian welfarism.
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Neither did Mises sympathize with twenieth-century feminism.
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3. Mises can be seen as typical of twentieth-century laissez-faire economics104: the advocates of free markets have largely been associated with cultural traditionalism.
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I removed the multiple title pages (page 2 of the PDF, page 4 of the PDF).