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Welcome to
The Free Market Center

In The Free Market Center you will find information, explanations, and conversation about free markets—their structure, the forces that drive them, and the theories that explain them.

You can either gain the knowledge of free markets and use that knowledge to protect your prosperity and liberty, or you can watch your liberty (and your lifestyle) slip away.

Main Menu

A brief outline—with summary statements—of the main menu for this site:

Home
The front door. You are here.
Economic Reasoning
An explanation of some of the principles and theories of free market economics.
Market Intervention
The effect of intervention in normal processes of markets.
Money & Banking
Important aspects of our system of money and banking.
Economic Systems
Dealing with the incredible complexity of markets.
Schools of Thought
Summaries of the prominent schools of economic thought.

Site Resources

Additional resources to help you understand free market economics.

References
This section will provide just a few resources to help you in your continued study of free markets and economics.
Conversation
Discussion and dialogue help in expanding knowledge and understanding of free markets.
Community
This section will provide information about the people who of contributed to the subject matter referred to above.

Site Development

I have recently made some significant changes to this site—mostly to the menu structure. If you find any major errors or confusion in the links, please notify me at the e-mail address at the bottom of most pages. Including the URL of the page on which you found the problem would help me.

Words of Wisdom

Words of Wisdom

Words of Wisdom

Some words of wisdom borrowed from a variety of sources.


"Government is essentially the negation of liberty."

Ludwig von Mises


"Believe nothing. No matter where you read it, or who said it, even if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your own common sense."

Buddha


“In times of change, learners inherit the world, while the learned remain beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.”

Eric Hoffer


“How is it that humans have progressed so rapidly in science, mathematics, and engineering, yet we continue to exhibit behaviors that result in misunderstanding, suspicion, bigotry, hatred, and even violence in our dealings with other people and with other cultures?”

Alfred Korzybski

 

A place of clear thinking and learning about markets free of intervention.