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The Biggest Videos, Ebooks, and Academy Courses of 2010

January 10, 2011 by

Progress occurs at an astonishing rate at the Mises Institute; new ebooks and videos are uploaded every week, and new Academy courses are always being offered. An incredible amount of work happens behind the scenes to make all of this content available to the world. FULL ARTICLE by Briggs Armstrong

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James Fowlkes January 10, 2011 at 3:33 pm

YES!! I love that Dr. Paul is on the Top-10 List. He and Paul Ryan are my favorite members of congress. Is that weird that they both have first names as last names? Anyway, this is an awesome list. I’m going to start with watching the Thomas E. Woods video. Thanks for this.

Daniel January 10, 2011 at 4:24 pm

I am loving Bourbon for Breakfast. It shows how much is lost when one loses sight of what really is and what is normatized by some bureaucrat.

It makes me somewhat sad that most people take most things for granted and confuse their own culture with that one imposed by the government.

Matt January 11, 2011 at 12:21 am

Thanks to LvMI, I have gone from tepid Keynesian civil libertarian to Austro-libertarian anarcho-capitalist in just less than a year. I graduated from college last May after a thorough indoctrination, and since then I have learned (and read) more than in all of my life previously. The resources available here (I started with Hazlitt’s Economics in One Lesson) have allowed me to run circles around Econ grads (from liberal schools) in debate, and have given me excellent foundations for my future studies in Economics. I am now, 20,000+ pages later, a changed man.

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