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The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
April 1988 Issue - 11 Articles
- Equal: But Not the Same, pp. 124-130
Marking the 40th anniversary of Ludwig Erhard's sweeping free market reforms in Germany.
- Mom's Monopoly, Part I, pp. 131-132
A mother teaches her 14-year-old son some basic economics.
- Entrepreneurs and the State, pp. 133-135
Federally aided firms rarely outperform those who have to succeed on their own merits.
- The Myth of Japanese Industrial Policy, pp. 136-139
The reasons behind Japan's postwar boom.
- Who Should Support the Arts?, pp. 140-145
Sustaining culture through voluntary, peaceful means and processes.
- Public Funding for the Arts: Diamond or Daub?, pp. 146-147
What happens when the government becomes patron of the arts?
- Freedom Footnote, p. 148
A lesson from a most unexpected source.
- Some Thoughts on Discrimination, pp. 149-153
A free economy, open to all, would obviate the need for anti-discrimination laws.
- The Job Abacus: No Guide to Public Policy, pp. 154-155
Counting jobs yields irrelevant answers.
- Government Regulation of Air Safety May Be Hazardous to Your Health, pp. 156-158
Do more crowded skies lead to less safety?
[+] A Reviewer's Notebook (Review) , pp. 159-160
A review of "Wedemeyer on War and Peace," edited by K. E. Eiler.
- Wedemeyer on War and Peace by Keith E. Eiler and Albert C. Wedemeyer