Help Us Give Books to Mises U Students

With your support, the Mises Institute can send the students home with a stack of Austrian classics such as America’s Great Depression and Where Keynes Went Wrong. After the week has destroyed every preconceived, state curriculum notion of how the world works, Mises U grads have another month before returning to their college classes. Fresh from the exhilaration of Mises U, our graduates can continue to dive into their Austrian education before sitting in classrooms where Democratic Socialists of America are the norm and universal basic income is the hottest policy trend. We’re asking everyone who wishes Mises University had been available in their college days to give $10 toward our Mises U graduates’ libraries.

Mises U is the full package for the highly qualified students accepted into the program: A week of lectures spanning all areas of Austrian thought, access to the top scholars of our time, and a network of liberty-focused peers, with a full scholarship for tuition, room, and board. Offering — and continuing — this priceless education is an unqualified success for those of us worried about a future dominated by a generation of entitled leftists.

Help us give students a deeper understanding of liberty. Please donate today.

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