Vol. 5 No. 3

In Vienna, prior to, during, and just after World War I, Ludwig von Mises (1881–1973) was attaining his full intellectual maturity. For a liberal like Mises these were truly lamentable years. The years from the early 1890s to 1920 constituted perhaps the most retrogressive watershed in the history of Western civilization. They were the years during which the grand liberal system of the Nineteenth Century was overthrown and transformed into Twentieth‐​Century statism. Saddened, but undaunted, Mises would spend the rest of his life championing the noble but forsaken cause of liberty and liberalism…

Table of Contents

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Editorial: Mises

By Leonard P. Liggio
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Constitution or Competition? Alternative Views on Monetary Reform

By Pamela J. Brown
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British Free Banking & Monetary Theory

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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The Limited Liability Corporation

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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The First Amendment: 1918–1928

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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Jeffersonian Optimism vs. Country Pessimism

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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Rival Notions of Republicanism

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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Charles A. Beard: Power vs. Authority

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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Marxist Historiography & the French Revolution

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer
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Tocqueville: On Prisons & Modern Despotism

By Literature of Liberty Reviewer