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*  The Secret History of the Dismal Science. Part I. Economics, Religion and Race in the 19th Century - Econlib
The Secret History of the Dismal Science. Part I. Economics, Religion and Race in the 19th Century. 0 ... By invoking the marriage of economics and Exeter Hall, Carlyle is reminding us of a vastly important fact about 19th century ... John Bright (1811-1889). Perhaps the most important 19th century British. politician who never became Prime Minister, he led ... The connection was so well known throughout the 19th century, that even cartoonists could refer to it, knowing that their ...
https://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/LevyPeartdismal.html
*  Did Bismarck's Anti-Socialist Laws Work? - Econlib
19th century Europe (especially the latter half) has been one chapter in history that I admit, I've never quite been able to ... But then somehow, 19th century Europe (especially the latter half) has been one chapter in history that I admit, I've never ... The article you're reading is part of Econlib's Economic History collection. Explore other Economic History articles: ... btw, I didn't say they made sense again in the 20th century. By then, the space bats had clearly done their work. ...
https://www.econlib.org/archives/2010/04/did_bismarks_an.html
*  Immigration: An Appeal to the Concerned Friends of Don Boudreaux, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
True in the 18th century and to a lesser degree in the 19th--although the cost was in part dealt with by contracts letting the ... There is a history of libertarian economists, think Milton Friedman, having a profound positive impact on foreign countries ... But by the late 19th century it was pretty easy to come and immigration was running at about 1% of the U.S. population per year ... If Tocqueville is correct then it might be important to understand what was unique about 19th century US culture and to ask ...
http://econlog.econlib.org/archives/2013/07/boudreaux_and_t.html
*  Arnold Kling Doesn't Get It, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
It retains the 18th and 19th century meaning of limited government and free markets. Hence the related term, used pejoratively ... I suggest you go back and study a little more history.. The greatest danger of your ending up in prison is if people like you ... 19th, and 20th centuries. On the European continent, such conservatism easily adapted to the extensive welfare-state regulatory ... that marked most of European political life in the 19th and first few decades of the 20th century.) ...
http://econlog.econlib.org/archives/2008/06/arnold_kling_do.html
*  Of Tin Mines, Coca Leaves and Eternal Recurrence - Econlib
Bolivia had lost its Pacific Ocean harbors to Chile as a result of a late 19th-century war, so national pride added fuel to ... Paz Estenssoro (1907-2001) was the most relevant politician in Bolivia's 20th century history. A lawyer by training, he ... It was a traditional farming product long before the Spanish conquest in the 16 century and it has a ritual value for many ... Last May Bolivian nationalization was the third "definitive" nationalization in less than a century. ...
http://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/y2006/Martinezcoca.html
*  A Chat With Falun Gong, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
Japan got busy modernizing and thus was able to defeat China by the end of the 19th century (1896?), which is how it got the ... But now they are staunch anti-communists, as their literature makes clear, and are working hard to expose the dark history of ... Both were confronted with Western technological superiority at the same time, in the mid-19th century. China's reponse was " ...
http://econlog.econlib.org/archives/2005/03/a_chat_with_fal.html
*  Smith, Bruce, Liberty and Liberalism, Chapter 10 | Library of Economics and Liberty
... it supplies us with a literature which bridges centuries of history, and comprehends the thoughts and feelings of the greatest ... Speech at Liverpool, October 19th, 1886. End of Notes. Start PREVIOUS THE END ... This passage might have been written in the nineteenth century A.D., instead of in the fourth century B.C. Every word of it is ... The history of that experiment I shall briefly relate when I come to treat of other American experiments. Suffice it to say, ...
http://econlib.org/library/YPDBooks/SmithB/smbLL10.html
*  Is There a Right to Immigrate? - Econlib
Human history is the story of migration and the conflicts that arise as a result. No nation has ever been able to successfully ... When Ghate pointed out that before the 19th most people's moral intuitions allowed for the ownership of other human beings, ... There are good reasons to doubt assimilation anywhere in the next century.) ... In the entire span of human history, no more blood has been spilled for any other resource than the amount that has been shed ...
https://www.econlib.org/archives/2009/04/is_there_a_righ.html