Mario Vargas Llosa
"The Culture of Liberty", as featured in David Boaz’s The Libertarian Reader
Have you ever wondered why the history of economic crisis tends to repeat itself? Prof. Steve Davies talks about economic booms and busts.
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The tradition of state-sponsored theft, forced migration, and cultural destruction is a tragic part of American history, and it all began with the expulsion of the Acadians.
America might look differently today had the British Empire never engaged in the ethnic cleansing of the peaceful Acadians. Find out why in our NEW video!
— Thomas Jefferson
The Trail of Tears didn’t go unnoticed. In fact, there were many who protested it. In our new video Prof. Amy Sturgis discusses Ralph Waldo Emerson’s letter to the President, protesting the unjust removal of the Cherokee’s.
Was Herbert Hoover really a “laissez-faire” president? Or did the New Deal actually “create” jobs? How about WWII, did the war end the depression?
Watch this short video to learn the top 3 myths about of the Great Depression.
When we’re in a recession, we often notice a large number of people making the same investment mistakes. Why? Prof. Davies says it’s because governments or central banks manipulate the supply of money.
The Cherokee’s were forced from their homes down a trail that would lead to the loss of somewhere between a quarter and a third of their people. How was this allowed to happen? The people at the time knew it was wrong, but they couldn’t stop it.
Watch our new video to learn the tragic story of how a group of people with power gained at the expense of a defenseless minority.
Discover the forgotten story of the Black Seminole Rebellion— a story of slave revolts, betrayal, and new-found freedom. Historian Amy Sturgis recounts history that seems made for the movies, but hasn’t yet made it to the big screen.
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