Etatist Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Etatist Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Etatist Sayings By Ludwig Von Mises: The oldest and most popular instrument of etatistic monetary policy is the official fixing of The oldest and most popular instrument of etatistic monetary policy is the official fixing of maximum prices. High prices, thinks the etatist, are not a consequence of an increase in the quantity of money, but a consequence of reprehensible activity on the part of 'bulls' and 'profiteers'; it will suffice to suppress their machinations in order to ensure the cessation of the rise of prices. Thus it is made a punishable offence to demand, or even to pay, 'excessive' prices. — Ludwig Von Mises
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Etatist Sayings By Ludwig Von Mises: For the etatist, money is a creature of the State, and the esteem in which For the etatist, money is a creature of the State, and the esteem in which money is held is the economic expression of the respect or prestige enjoyed by the State. The more powerful and the richer the State, the better its money. Thus, during the War, it was asserted that 'the monetary standard of the victors' would ultimately be the best money. Yet victory and defeat on the battlefield can exercise only an indirect influence on the value of money. — Ludwig Von Mises
Etatist Sayings By Ludwig Von Mises: It is completely in accord with the etatist thinking prevalent everywhere today to consider a It is completely in accord with the etatist thinking prevalent everywhere today to consider a theory to be finally disposed of merely because the authorities who control appointments to academic positions, want to know nothing of it, and to see the criterion of truth in the approval of a government office. — Ludwig Von Mises
Etatist Sayings By Ludwig Von Mises: That the social life of human beings is subject to definite limitations; that it is That the social life of human beings is subject to definite limitations; that it is governed by a set of laws that are comparable with those of Nature; these are notions that are unknown to the etatist. For the etatist, everything is a question of Macht - power, force, might. And his conception of Macht is crudely materialistic. — Ludwig Von Mises