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The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
November 1992 Issue - 13 Articles
- The Rise of Markets and the Fall of Infectious Disease, pp. 412-415
One of the consequences of greater freedom has been greater freedom form disease.
- The Dilemma of Library Censorship, pp. 416-417
If libraries are funded by governments, censorship is Unavoidable.
- Does Occupational Licensing Protect Consumers?, pp. 418-422
Licensing protects some suppliers; free markets protect consumers.
- The Moral Foundation of Western Culture, pp. 423-424
How one man rediscovered the basis of liberty and civilization.
- Can Politicians Really Care?, p. 425
Those who govern "Care" when they Uphold justice.
- Banking Without the "Too-Big-To-Fail" Doctrine, pp. 426-431
Only free banking is sound banking.
- We, the People, and Our Deficit, pp. 432-433
We, the people, love big government.
- Half-Truths or Consequences, pp. 434-435
Government grows because fallacies are accepted.
- Where Has All the Saving Gone?, pp. 436-438
Lord Keynes has taken it away.
Memoirs of a Simple Honorable Man
- A tribute to John Chamberlain, pp. 439-442
[+] Review Unbounding the Future, by Eric Drexler, Chris ... (Review) , pp. 443-444
- Unbounding the Future by Eric Drexler, Chris Peterson, and Gayle Pergamit, ...
[+] Review Impostors in the Temple, by Martin Anderson (Review) , p. 445
- Impostors in the Temple by Martin Anderson
[+] Review Ecocide in the USSR, by Murray Feshbach and Al... (Review) , pp. 446-448
- Ecocide in the USSR by Murray Feshbach and Alfred Friendly, Jr.