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The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
January 1989 Issue - 18 Articles
- The Tucker Car: Did the Big Guys Do It In?, pp. 4-8
Exploring the myths surrounding the tucker torpedo.
- Foreign Capital: Friend of Foe?, pp. 9-13
International capital represents savings turned into tools of production.
- Letter to the Commission, pp. 14-15
A citizen responds to his community's plans for "economic development."
- Against the Creation of Wealth: The Threatening Tide, pp. 16-20
Forces that threaten to undermine the production of wealth.
- The Dark Side of Modern Voluntarism, p. 21
When volunteer projects become government programs.
- Camping: Society in Miniature, pp. 22-23
Comparing state-Owned and private campgrounds.
- Sailing He Competitive Seas, pp. 24-25
An economics lesson from a sailboat skipper.
- Freedom, Coercion, and Family Size, pp. 26-27
A look at population control ideology.
- Racism: Public and Private, p. 28
Think twice before entrusting human rights to the state.
- Affirmative Action: a Counterproductive Policy, pp. 29-30
Quality suffers when quotas replace merit.
- The Quality of People and Products, pp. 31-32
In defense of the consumer's freedom of choice.
- Two Senses of Human Freedom, pp. 33-37
A critique of the Marxian view of "real" freedom.
- Readers' Forum, p. 38
Private Property and the Environment: Two Views
- An exchange between two freeman authors., pp. 39-41
[+] Review Basic Economics, by Clarence Carson (Review) , p. 42
- Basic Economics by Clarence Carson
[+] Review In Pursuit: Of Happiness and Good Government, ... (Review) , pp. 43-44
- In Pursuit: Of Happiness and Good Government by Charles Murray
[+] Review Public Choice and Constitutional Economics, by... (Review) , pp. 45-46
- Public Choice and Constitutional Economics by James D. Gwartney and Richard E. Wagner
[+] Review The Present Age, by Robert A. Nisbet (Review) , pp. 47-50
- The Present Age by Robert A. Nisbet