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ideas and resources needed to advance the cause of liberty.

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UNDERSTANDING RECENT ELECTION RESULTS IN SWEDEN

Cato Institute senior fellow -- and 2013 keynote speaker at Atlas Network's Freedom Dinner -- Johan Norberg writes in the UK's Spectator about the recent elections in Sweden, which tossed prime minister Frederik Reinfeldt out of power. Describing Reinfeldt as a Swedish version of David Cameron, Norberg derives lessons for other...

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IMPROVED ECONOMIC LITERACY NEEDED IN AUSTRIA - TODAY’S BERLIN WALLS

The Austrian Economics Center (AEC) notices that one of the biggest barriers to freedom is a simple lack of economic literacy. This issue translates into many of the political and social problems in today’s society. Case in point: the widespread aversion for classical liberal public policies and the insistence that the state do...

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TIME-LAPSE VIDEO CAPTURES GROWTH OF U.S. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS

Patrick McLaughlin and Robert Greene, researchers for Atlas Network partner Mercatus Center, published a paper on the unintended consequences of accumulating regulations in the U.S. earlier this year. As of mid-2013 there were 235 volumes of U.S. Federal government regulation; that's 18 times the regulation the U.S. had in 1950....

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POLAND’S ACTUARIALLY UNSOUND ENTITLEMENT STATE - TODAY’S BERLIN WALLS

In Eastern Europe, hard-won victories have suffered setbacks. After the collapse of communism, Poland demonstrated how bold market reforms could set a course for long-term prosperity. But this year, Poland’s government seized over 48 billion dollars from its citizens’ private pension accounts to address a short-term fiscal imbal...

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TODAY’S BERLIN WALLS

The Berlin Wall was a physical and symbolic representation of the barriers between the free world and authoritarian control. When it came down 25 years ago, millions of people suddenly had the freedom to live their lives as they wanted to.

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ATLASNETWORK WORLD10 NEWSLETTER

The Atlas Network newsletter features the top 10 happenings
around the world in the global freedom movement showcasing
the work of Atlas Network partners.