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On July 8 this year, UK prime minister Boris Johnson resigned as Conservative Party leader after a Cabinet revolt over a series of ethics scandals had made his position untenable. A leadership election was then set in motion to allow party members to elect the

The US Supreme Court has heard arguments for and against affirmative action in higher education admissions. Government needs to get out of the racial discrimination business altogether. Original Article: "The Government, Race, and an Upcoming SCOTUS Decision" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. '

In the early decades of the Cold War, the Lutheran theologian Reinhold Niebuhr attracted a considerable following among American intellectuals who influenced foreign policy. People such as the historian Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., who wanted to found a group called Atheists for Niebuhr, maintained that

While personal autonomy is a major topic of conversation, for Rothbard the most important thing is liberty, and liberty and automony are not always the same. Original Article: "You Don’t Know What’s Good for You" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. '

Despite much anticipation, the economic recovery plan proposed by Britain’s Tory Party after the departure of former prime minister, Boris Johnson, is missing one key ingredient—spending cuts. The new “temporary budget” presented by short-term chancellor of the exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng proposed tax cuts and regulatory reform but