Manuel F. Ayau


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Presumptuous Protectionism

Government Authorities Don't Understand International Trade

DECEMBER 01, 2005 by MANUEL F. AYAU

If someone gets caught selling somebody elses property,he goes to jail.What may be legally bought andsold in the market is limited to legitimate privateproperty acquired by ones own effort or through voluntaryexchange with others. Since legal transactions aresettled accounts, what is traded belongs to neither thegovernment nor the community. It is private property,and as such the owner can dispose of it at his sole discretion,limited only by other peoplesrights. Correct?

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Underdeveloping Indiana

What Would Indiana Look Like if It Adopted the Trade Policies Common to Underdeveloped Nations?

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by MANUEL F. AYAU

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Economic Calculation Revisited

Government Economic Intervention Produces Crises All Over the World

SEPTEMBER 01, 1999 by MANUEL F. AYAU

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The Ideology of Underdevelopment

OCTOBER 01, 1978 by MANUEL F. AYAU

If a false ideology is the problem, explore the case for freedom at the highest intellectual level.

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WANTED: Manager for New Society - Typical Problems to Be Solved

MARCH 01, 1968 by MANUEL F. AYAU

A businessman from Guatemala offers some sobering reflections on the problems of any New Society.

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