Mises laughing with Hayek
A book of the size and profundity of Capital and Interest is not easy reading. But the effort expended pays very well.Economic Freedom and Interventionismp. 135Böhm-Bawerk, Eugen von
A bureaucrat differs from a nonbureaucrat precisely because he is working in a field in which it is impossible to appraise the result of a mans effort in terms of money.Bureaucracyp. 53Bureaucracy
A capitalist world organized on liberal principles knows no separate economic zones. In such a world, the whole of the earths surface forms a single economic territory.Liberalismp. 113Protectionism
A dictum of Lord Keynes: In the long run we are all dead. I do not question the truth of this statement; I even consider it as the only correct declaration of the neo-British Cambridge school.Planning for Freedomp. 7Keynes, John Maynard
A free man must be able to endure it when his fellow men act and live otherwise than he considers proper. He must free himself from the habit, just as soon as something does not please him, of calling for the police.Liberalismp. 55Tolerance
A free press can exist only where there is private control on the means of production.The Anti-Capitalistic Mentalityp. 55Freedom of the Press
A game is a pastime, is a means to employ ones leisure time and to banish boredom.The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Sciencep. 90Sports
A government enterprise can never be commercialized no matter how many external features of private enterprise are superimposed on it.A Critique of Interventionismp. 159Bureaucracy
A government that sets out to abolish market prices is inevitably driven toward the abolition of private property; it has to recognize that there is no middle way between the system of private property in the means of production combined with free contract, and the system of common ownership of the means of production, or socialism. It is gradually forced toward compulsory production, universal obligation to labor, rationing of consumption, and, finally, official regulation of the whole of production and consumption.The Theory of Money and Creditp. 281Price Control
A great deal of what people in less capitalistic countries consider luxury is a common good in the more capitalistically developed countries.A Critique of Interventionismp. 158Luxuries
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