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The Tom Woods Show
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Join New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods for your daily serving of liberty education! Guests include Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano, David Stockman, and hundreds more, with topics like war, the Federal Reserve, net neutrality, the FDA, Austrian economics, and many other subjects of interest to libertarians. Join us!

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Ep. 1451 University Pretends to Support Austrian Economics to Get Grant Money, Is Caught Red-Handed

In 2002 the University of Missouri accepted a multi-million dollar bequest whose stipulation was that it hire professors working within the tradition of the Austrian School of economics. It has recently been discovered that of course it did no such thing. Its efforts to cover its tracks are actually laughable. This is a fun one. Show notes for Ep. 1451

20 MIN1 days ago
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Ep. 1451 University Pretends to Support Austrian Economics to Get Grant Money, Is Caught Red-Handed

Ep. 1450 The CIA and 1953 Coup in Iran

In 1979, as the Iranian Revolution was under way, Jimmy Carter called the 1953 ouster of Iranian prime minister "ancient history." But it wasn't. It poisoned Iranian-American relations through the late 1970s and indeed has continued to do so to this day. Hunt Tooley joins me to discuss this overlooked piece of history. Sponsor: Skillshare Show notes for Ep. 1450

40 MIN2 days ago
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Ep. 1450 The CIA and 1953 Coup in Iran

Ep. 1449 The Boatload of Real-Life Examples Keynesians Have to Ignore

Keynesians like to pretend that they're impartial scientists, following the evidence wherever it leads. We, meanwhile, are portrayed as too blinded by ideology to be worth listening to. So today I run through some very challenging episodes for Keynesians to explain, and we see who the real scientists are. Show notes for Ep. 1449

33 MIN3 days ago
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Ep. 1449 The Boatload of Real-Life Examples Keynesians Have to Ignore

Latest Episodes

Ep. 1451 University Pretends to Support Austrian Economics to Get Grant Money, Is Caught Red-Handed

In 2002 the University of Missouri accepted a multi-million dollar bequest whose stipulation was that it hire professors working within the tradition of the Austrian School of economics. It has recently been discovered that of course it did no such thing. Its efforts to cover its tracks are actually laughable. This is a fun one. Show notes for Ep. 1451

20 MIN1 days ago
Comments
Ep. 1451 University Pretends to Support Austrian Economics to Get Grant Money, Is Caught Red-Handed

Ep. 1450 The CIA and 1953 Coup in Iran

In 1979, as the Iranian Revolution was under way, Jimmy Carter called the 1953 ouster of Iranian prime minister "ancient history." But it wasn't. It poisoned Iranian-American relations through the late 1970s and indeed has continued to do so to this day. Hunt Tooley joins me to discuss this overlooked piece of history. Sponsor: Skillshare Show notes for Ep. 1450

40 MIN2 days ago
Comments
Ep. 1450 The CIA and 1953 Coup in Iran

Ep. 1449 The Boatload of Real-Life Examples Keynesians Have to Ignore

Keynesians like to pretend that they're impartial scientists, following the evidence wherever it leads. We, meanwhile, are portrayed as too blinded by ideology to be worth listening to. So today I run through some very challenging episodes for Keynesians to explain, and we see who the real scientists are. Show notes for Ep. 1449

33 MIN3 days ago
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Ep. 1449 The Boatload of Real-Life Examples Keynesians Have to Ignore

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