Five things I learned about envy in politics
Laura Seay, Washington Post
Why do some people seem to vote against their economic interests? Why do politicians enact policies that seem contrary to the interests of the people who vote for them?
If a Pure Market Economy Is So Good, Why Doesn’t It Exist?
Edward Stringham and Jeffrey Rogers Hummel, Mises Wire
If governments are so bad, why are they dominant throughout the world today? Indeed, is the widespread adoption of free markets ever likely to occur?
Five Principles of Urban Economics
Mario Polèse, City Journal
The accumulated wisdom of more than 50 years of research does allow us to state certain principles about the economies of cities. I propose five.
Marxism: A Primer
Bradley J. Birzer, The Imaginative Conservative
Unlike reality—which is infinitely and ultimately unknowable—Marxism as ideology pretends to understand the world, but, in reality, it offers only the merest shadow of true complexities.