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It is assumed that the economy must be managed by the either the right or the left: socialism or fascism is our choice. Both choices come at the expense of liberty. 7-8 October 2005, Auburn, Alabama.
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It is assumed that the economy must be managed by the either the right or the left: socialism or fascism is our choice. Both choices come at the expense of liberty. 7-8 October 2005, Auburn, Alabama.
Download the complete audio of this event (ZIP) here.

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    The Economic Doctrine of the Nazis

    The Economic Doctrine of the Nazis

    Recorded at the Mises Institute, 7–8 October 2005. [33:38]

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    They Saw it Coming: The 19th-Century Libertarian Critique of Fascism

    They Saw it Coming: The 19th-Century Libertarian Critique of Fascism

    Recorded at the Mises Institute, 7–8 October 2005. [27:24]

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    Socialism and Fascism: A Political-Economic Spectrum Analysis

    Socialism and Fascism: A Political-Economic Spectrum Analysis

    Recorded at the Mises Institute, 7–8 October 2005. [27:46]

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    The Austrians on Fascism: Hayek, Mises, and Roepke

    The Austrians on Fascism: Hayek, Mises, and Roepke

    The Austrians on Fascism: Hayek, Mises, and Roepke David Gordon The Economics of Fascism

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    Mises.org vs. The State

    Mises.org vs. The State

    Recorded at the Mises Institute, 7–8 October 2005. [31:53]

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    The New Vampire Economy: Banks and the Socialization of Investment

    The New Vampire Economy: Banks and the Socialization of Investment

    Recorded at the Mises Institute, 7–8 October 2005. [31:27]

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