Tag: Columbia

The Land Divided; The World United

The Panama Canal: A Historical, Engineering, Mechanical, Human Capital, and Medical Marvel On this day, August 15, 1914, the Panama Canal opens. The Monroe Doctrine once and for all declared the political separation of America from Europe. This doctrine fueled the desire to build what would become the Panama Canal. In 1878, however, Columbia granted…

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Socialism: The Vacuum of Hope

About a month ago, I had the opportunity to attend a liberty-minded economics conference in Atlanta, Georgia, organized by the Foundation for Economic Education. As a History major, I’m not very familiar with economics (and honestly, I’ve always found the subject intimidating because it involves math). So, FeeCon was a great learning experience for me….

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