Austrian Economics vs. Conventional Wisdom

Further resources on monopoly:

Competition and Monopoly

Further reading on child labour:

Capitalism by George Reisman (The Productivity Theory of Wages and the Interpretation of Modern Economic History, pp. 642–646; Child-Labor Legislation, pp. 661–662)

Child Labor Laws by Murray N. Rothbard (Chapter 3, Section 3, Part F in Power and Market: Government and the Economy)

The Factory System of the Early Nineteenth Century by William H. Hutt (Chapter 5 in Capitalism and the Historians)

Child Labor, Family Income, and the Uruguay Round by Jim Rose

Further resources on Hoover and the Great Depression:

Contrasting Views of the Great Depression

What Austrian Economics Can Teach Historians by Thomas E. Woods, Jr

Further resources on the Federal Reserve:

A Century of Failure: Why It's Time to Consider Replacing the Fed

Economic Cycles Before the Fed

Further reading on the depression of 1920–21:

The Forgotten Depression – 1921: The Crash That Cured Itself by James Grant

The Depression of 1920–21: A Credit Induced Boom and Market Based Recovery? by Patrick Newman

Further resources on deregulation and the global financial crisis:

Did Financial Innovation Cause the Financial Turmoil of 2007 and 2008? by Ludwig van den Hauwe

Does It Make Sense to Resurrect the Glass-Steagall Act? by Frank Shostak

Why Not Replace Dodd-Frank With Glass-Steagall? by Tho Bishop

Financialization: Why the Financial Sector Now Rules the Global Economy by Ryan McMaken

The Austrian Theory of the Business Cycle