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The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
January 1997 Issue - 21 Articles
- Perspective, pp. 1-3
- Understanding Say's Law of Markets, pp. 4-7
What say said-and meant.
- The Socialist Roots of Modern Anti-Semitism, pp. 8-11
The link between statism and the persecution of minorities.
- Income and the Question of Rights, pp. 12-13
A fundamental issue of morality.
- Ideas and Consequences, pp. 14-15
The Problem of Education Doesn't End at the 12th Grade
- Mises, Hayek, and the Market Process: An Introduction, pp. 16-22
Marking the publication of a new volume of Croatian-Language translations.
- Breaking Up Antitrust, pp. 23-26
Potential monopolies should be exposed to the discipline of market competition.
- The Economic Woes of Pro Sports: Greed of Government?, p. 27
Why meddling politicians and bureaucrats should be taken out of the lineup.
- Superstar Athletes Provide Economics Lessons, pp. 28-29
Playing the workers' compensation game.
- Potomac Principles, pp. 30-31
Replace the Monopoly, Not the Superintendent
- Teen Smoking: The New Prohibition, p. 32
Proposed regulations are likely to have little effect.
- Government and Governance, pp. 33-37
Toward more voluntarism and less coercion.
- The Benefits of Outsourcing, pp. 38-40
Allocating resources more efficiently.
- Marcus Tullius Cicero, Who Gave Natural Law To the Modern World, pp. 41-49
A builder of Western civilization.
Economics on Trial
- Economics in One Page, pp. 50-51
[+] Review The Social Security Fraud, by Abraham Ellis (Review) , p. 52
- The Social Security Fraud by Abraham Ellis
[+] Review The Home, by Richard McKenzie (Review) , p. 53
- The Home by Richard McKenzie
[+] Review Ending Affirmative Action, by Terry Eastland (Review) , p. 54
- Ending Affirmative Action by Terry Eastland
[+] Review This Land Is Our Land, by Congressman Richard ... (Review) , p. 55
- This Land Is Our Land by Congressman Richard Pombo and Joseph Farah
[+] Review Against the Tide, by Douglas A. Irwin (Review) , p. 56
- Against the Tide by Douglas A. Irwin
- Notes From Fee