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My Friends, My Teachers: Thoughts on State-, Self-, and Peer-Education (From a Highschool Dropout) Be the first to rate this post!

Difficulty     The Problem with Education Ah, school… When I picked this topic to write about— the capacity to learn from our friends and peers, rather than from institutionalized instructors— I expected it to be short and concise, to the … Continue reading

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A Definition of Geo-Mutualism Be the first to rate this post!

Difficulty level not set for this PostGeo-Mutualists take influence from the philosophies of Mutualism, as provided by early thinkers such as Pierre-Joseph Proudhon and Josiah Warren, as well as Geoism, as provided by Henry George. Geo-Mutualists strictly adhere to the … Continue reading

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A Quick Study of Equilibrium Price and Economic Systems Be the first to rate this post!

Difficulty    Capitalism, being the result of monopolies, exists when prices are above equilibrium and there exists a privately held surplus due to supply controlling the price. Communism, being the result of monopsony, is when there exist prices below equilibrium and … Continue reading

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