Nation, State, and Economy (NONE) Ludwig von Mises

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Published: less than a year after Austrias defeat in World War I, Nation, State, and Economy examines and compares pre-war and post-war economic conditions and explicates Mises theory that each countrys prosperity supports rather than undercuts the prosperity of other countries. Mises humanitarian recommendations in this book, born from a classical liberal perspective, provide a striking example of how supposedly hardnosed economic theory, based on the reality of experience, is in fact far more supportive of human flourishing than seemingly more idealistic but actually impractical social theories. Specifically, Mises warned of the consequences of the punitive terms of the Treaty of Versailles

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Nation, State, and Economy (NONE)  by  Ludwig von Mises

Nation, State, and Economy (NONE) by Ludwig von Mises
less than a year after Austrias defeat in World War I, Nation, State, and Economy examines and compares pre-war and post-war economic conditions and explicates Mises theory that each countrys prosperity supports rather than undercuts the prosperity of other countries. Mises humanitarian recommendations in this book, born from a classical liberal perspective, provide a striking example of how supposedly hardnosed economic theory, based on the reality of experience, is in fact far more supportive of human flourishing than seemingly more idealistic but actually impractical social theories. Specifically, Mises warned of the consequences of the punitive terms of the Treaty of Versailles | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 194 pages | ISBN: | 4.25 Mb

Published less than a year after Austrias defeat in World War I, Nation, State, and Economy examines and compares pre-war and post-war economic conditions and explicates Mises theory that each countrys prosperity supports rather than undercutsMorePublished less than a year after Austrias defeat in World War I, Nation, State, and Economy examines and compares pre-war and post-war economic conditions and explicates Mises theory that each countrys prosperity supports rather than undercuts the prosperity of other countries.

Mises humanitarian recommendations in this book, born from a classical liberal perspective, provide a striking example of how supposedly hardnosed economic theory, based on the reality of experience, is in fact far more supportive of human flourishing than seemingly more idealistic but actually impractical social theories.

Specifically, Mises warned of the consequences of the punitive terms of the Treaty of Versailles by victors more interested in punishing their defeated enemies than in building a Europe that would be able to meet the challenges of the future. With the benefit of hindsight, we see how different European and world history might have been.



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