The lessons of history

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February 17, 2011
Ludwig von Mises Institute
by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.  
Posted in Commentary

"The alleged 'lessons of history' that the traditional version of American history would have us absorb are not particularly subtle: Government is the mighty engine of progress to which we owe the great strides in 'social justice' and living standards we have made. As government has become more centralized, the potential for injustice has diminished." (02/17/11)  

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