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Butterfield was a prolific writer, public intellectual, academic historian, and respected scholar whose work deeply influenced modern historiography. 

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Adam Smith's "invisible hand" doesn't imply total anarchy and moral chaos, but the freedom to pursue your niche based on your unique needs and talents. 

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Röpke wasn't just a technical economist—he was a Renaissance man who loved romantic poetry, spoke several languages, and found common ground with socialist and libertarian alike. 

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Want to be an investigative journalist or writer? These six habits will make you a sharp observer and critic of the world around you.

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