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Ya'll need Mises.

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 No.97778

If there was one law you could make in the U.S. or repeal, what would it be?

Of course, this is just a thought experiment for essentially asking, "What do you think the root is?"

I would argue it's the Federal Reserve and monetary inflation. Without the golden handcuffs, the government has no reason to stop its expanse. This is bolstered by the fact that since the Nixon shock the U.S. has stagnated in almost every conceivable way possible, and nearly every socioeconomic graph has an inflection point at 1971. As such, I'd return back to the gold standard, but I don't know how I would write such a law so that it actually sticks.

I know /pol/ argues that it's the Jews, but when I take their arguments and s/Jews/whites/ it sounds like stuff Robert Mugabe would say, so I can't take their arguments seriously.

 No.97779

Repealing the Amendment XVI (Income Tax Levy). Ending the Fed would be a close second.


 No.97780

I would make a law that made the government illegal


 No.97781

I'd repeal the Constitution. That subsequently makes all laws passed under its authority to be invalid, and reverts the country to the Articles of Confederation.


 No.97782

>>97778

>Implying there is one root

>Implying there's a way to fix it with one megalaw

>>97779 is a good start, but it doesn't solve the underlying issues, it just takes away the funding until they come up with another means or just reapply it.


 No.97784

I'm honestly surprised you guys think the income tax is more important than the Federal Reserve.


 No.97786

>>97784

Mow away a weed and the roots will just grow deeper. Make the soil uninhabitable and it won't be able to exist even if it wanted to.


 No.97794

Civil rights act


 No.97796

Since I'm only allowed to take one action, I make it so only white, land-owning men are able to vote. That should make things start moving in the right direction.


 No.97797

>>97786

Exactly why the Federal Reserve is more important than the income tax.


 No.97802

The single most important thing that we should be fighting for is a land reform which lets land owners choose their own laws for their property and have absolute property rights, as long as they don't invade other land owners or prevent people from emigrating from their territory. This basically divides a country into millions of competing contract-communities regulated by the NAP.


 No.97806

>>97778

>If there was one law you could make in the U.S. or repeal, what it be?

Probably the federal income tax but that hardly solves most of the underlying problems within the US economy.

>Of course, this is just a thought experiment for essentially asking, "What do you think the root is?

The root itself is simply government. Repealing a single act is unfortunately not going to do much at any rate.


 No.97808

Amend the Constitution to prohibit Congress from opting out of any laws they pass.


 No.97817

>>97778

Simply enshrine in law the unqualified right to issue and use competing currencies. The Dollar is no longer supreme, and quickly becomes apparent for what it is: worthless paper. Everybody switches, the gov't has no financial power anymore, and it all comes tumbling down. The Fed is irrelevant, and along with it, every power the government has to tax and spend. Maybe a long time ago, the government could've survived such a thing, but they've leaned so hard on their printing press that pulling the plug would simply devastate them.


 No.97818

>Muh gold

<"Dude what if we just gave speculators the ability to pump and crash our currencies value it to a commmon mineral which several companies hold borderline monopolies on"


 No.97820

>>97817

This would be even better.


 No.97828

>>97797

Yes, but repealing the 1913 act won't destroy the federal reserve. Removing an amendment and forcing the states to re-ratify it requires a conscious and collective effort that most Americans will heavily oppose when they get to keep ~1/5 to 1/3 of their income they otherwise wouldn't see on their paycheck. People don't like having shit taken away from them.


 No.97829

>>97806

>The root itself is simply government. Repealing a single act is unfortunately not going to do much at any rate.

This, honestly. There is no single root, it's just an end to federal income tax would at least force the noggin to get joggin and be harder to reinstate than most laws.




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