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The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
September 1993 Issue - 13 Articles
- Environmentalism: The Triumph of Politics, pp. 332-339
It is a mistake to think that the goal of the environmental movement is protection of t...
- Linking Liberty, Economy, and Ecology, pp. 340-342
Liberty and private property are the best defense for the environment.
- Science and the Environment, pp. 343-344
Correcting some of the errors of the environmentalists.
- Overpopulation: The Perennial Myth, pp. 345-347
Food, natural resources, and living space are becoming more abundant.
- Stewardship versus Bureaucracy, pp. 348-349
The control of water is too important to be left to government.
- The Market and Nature, pp. 350-356
Economic development guided by the market is sustainable.
- Eco-Justice, p. 357
How politics has perverted justice.
- Pulling the Plug on the REA, pp. 358-359
The rural Electrification Administration serves no public interest.
- In Praise of Billboards, pp. 360-361
Information is an economic good, especially for travelers.
Oil Drilling in Alaska
- Protecting the environment on the North Slope., pp. 362-363
[+] Review Earth in the Balance, by Al Gore (Review) , pp. 364-365
- Earth in the Balance by Al Gore
[+] Review Environmental Politics, by Michael S. Greve an... (Review) , p. 366
- Environmental Politics by Michael S. Greve and Fred L. Smith
[+] Review The Heated Debate, by Robert C. Balling (Review) , pp. 367-368
- The Heated Debate by Robert C. Balling