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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1980s = 3 Years, 10 Issues, 113 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1987 = 4 Issues, 37 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1987 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Editorial Statement, p. i
        2. [+]
          Political and Economic Illusions of Socialism by Don Lavoie, pp. 1-35 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Myth of the Plan by Peter Rutland
          2. Lenin and the End of Politics by A.J. Polan
        3. [+]
          Coming to Grips with Marx by Milton Mueller, pp. 36-42 - 1 Review
          1. Marxism: Philosophy and Economics by Thomas Sowell
        4. [+]
          Is Rivalry Rational? by Tom Bottomore, pp. 43-50 - 1 Review
          1. Rivalry and Central Planning by Don Lavoie
        5. [+]
          The Case of Eastern Europe by Peter Rutland, pp. 51-61 - 4 Reviews
          1. Private Enterprise in Eastern Europe by Anders Aslund
          2. Collective Farms Which Work? by Nigel Swain
          3. Labour and Leisure in the Soviet Union by William Moskoff
          4. Coercion and Control in Communist Society by Maria Hirszowicz
        6. Popper's Critique of Marxism by Jeremy Shearmur, pp. 62-72
        7. [+]
          Making Sense of Hayek by Dallas L. Clouatre, pp. 73-89 - 1 Review
          1. Hayek on Liberty by John Gray
        8. [+]
          Father Time's Revenge on Economics by Kurt Schuler, pp. 90-105 - 1 Review
          1. The Economics of Time and Ignorance by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr., Mario J. Rizzo, and Roger W. Garrison, ...
        9. [+]
          The Anthropology of Tyranny by Lee Cronk, pp. 106-114 - 1 Review
          1. At the Dawn of Tyranny by Eli Sagan
        10. [+]
          The Roots of Apartheid by Pete Boettke, Steve Horwitz, and David L. Prychitko, ..., pp. 115-123 - 3 Reviews
          1. The Randlords by Geoffrey Wheatcroft
          2. Capitalism and Apartheid by Merle Lipton
          3. The Economics of the Colour Bar by W.H. Hutt
      2. [+]
        Spring 1987 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. [+]
          Methodology with a Small m by Mark Blaug, pp. 1-5 - 1 Review
          1. The Rhetoric of Economics by Donald N. McCloskey
        2. [+]
          Technology and the Control of Labor by Randall Kroszner, pp. 6-16 - 1 Review
          1. Forces of Production by David F. Noble
        3. [+]
          Green Politics and Post-Modern Liberalism by Gus Dizerega, pp. 17-41 - 3 Reviews
          1. Green Politics by Fritjof Capra and Charlene Spretnak
          2. Seeing Green by Jonathon Porritt
          3. The Spiritual Dimension of Green Politics by Charlene Spretnak
        4. [+]
          Suburban Stateways by David T. Beito, pp. 42-50 - 1 Review
          1. The Crabgrass Frontier by Kenneth T. Jackson
        5. [+]
          The Irrationality of Planning by David Ramsay Steele, pp. 51-57 - 1 Review
          1. National Economic Planning: What Is Left? by Don Lavoie
        6. Reason and History in Hayek by Robert J. Antonio, pp. 58-74
        7. Lost Illusions by Milton Mueller and Don Lavoie, pp. 75-81
        8. States of Rest by Spiro Aspromourgos and Kurt Schuler, pp. 82-85
      3. [+]
        Summer 1987 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Is Liberalism Viable? by Jeffrey M. Friedman, pp. 5-6
        2. Liberalism in Search of Its Self by Dennis Auerbach, pp. 7-29
        3. [+]
          Conservatism, Liberalism and Ideology by Chandran Kukathas, pp. 30-44 - 3 Reviews
          1. Conservatism: Dream and Reality by Robert Nisbet
          2. Liberalism: Concepts in Social Thought by John Gray
          3. Ideology by David McLellan
        4. [+]
          Liberalism and Democracy by Gus Dizerega, pp. 45-62 - 1 Review
          1. A Preface to Economic Democracy by Robert A. Dahl
        5. [+]
          Ludwig Lachmann and the Farther Reaches of Austrian Economics by David L. Prychitko, pp. 63-76 - 1 Review
          1. Subjectivism Intelligibility and Economic Understanding by Israel M. Kirzner and Ludwig M. Lachmann
        6. [+]
          The Kaleidic World of Ludwig Lachmann by Roger W. Garrison, pp. 77-90 - 1 Review
          1. The Market as an Economic Process by Ludwig M. Lachmann
        7. Gadamer's Hermeneutics and Social Theory by Tom G. Palmer, pp. 91-108
        8. Polanyi's Critique of Objectivity by Don Lavoie and David Ramsay Steele, pp. 109-123
        9. The Two Cultures and Methodology by Donald N. McCloskey, pp. 124-126
        10. The Roots of Apartheid by Peter Hoffenberg, Peter Boettke, and Steven Horwitz, ..., pp. 127-138
      4. [+]
        Fall 1987 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. [+]
          The Control of Information by John Durham Peters, pp. 5-23 - 1 Review
          1. The Control Revolution by James R. Beniger
        2. [+]
          Technology and Out of Control by Milton Mueller, pp. 24-40 - 4 Reviews
          1. The Whale and the Reactor by Langdon Winner
          2. Autonomous Technology by Langdon Winner
          3. Technological Change and the Transformation of America by Steven E. Goldberg and Charles R. Strain
          4. Technology, the Economy, and Society by Joel G. Colton and Stuart Weems Bruchey
        3. [+]
          Has Market Coordination Been Replaced? by Ralph Rector, pp. 41-49 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Visible Hand by Alfred D. Chandler, Jr.
          2. Strategy and Structure by Alfred D. Chandler, Jr.
        4. [+]
          Cooperation in Anonymity by Richard M. Ebeling, pp. 50-61 - 1 Review
          1. Anonymity by Maurice Alexander Natanson
        5. [+]
          Merger Paranoia by Donald J. Boudreaux, pp. 62-78 - 1 Review
          1. The Bigness Complex by Walter Adams and James W. Brock
        6. [+]
          Trivializing Anti-Psychiatry by Richard E. Vatz and Lee S. Weinberg, pp. 79-85 - 1 Review
          1. The Myth of Neurosis by Garth Wood
        7. The Crisis of Libertarian Dualism by Chris Sciabarra, pp. 86-100
        8. A Defense of Rational Expectations/General Equilibrium Analysis Against Austrian Object... by Christopher Phelan, pp. 101-108
        9. Religion and Post-Modern Liberalism by Mordecai Schwartz and Gus Dizerega, pp. 109-118
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1988 = 3 Issues, 36 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1988 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Editorial by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 5-7
        2. Liberalism in Poland by Andrzej Walicki, pp. 8-38
        3. Habermas by Jeremy Shearmur, pp. 39-50
        4. [+]
          Subjective Reality by John Hospers, pp. 51-64 - 1 Review
          1. The View from Nowhere by Thomas Nagel
        5. [+]
          Sense Perception and the Reality of the World by Peter Munz, pp. 65-77 - 1 Review
          1. The Evidence of the Senses by David Kelley
        6. [+]
          The Evolution of Knowledge by Anthony O'Hear, pp. 78-91 - 1 Review
          1. Our Knowledge of the Growth of Knowledge by Peter Munz
        7. [+]
          Evolutionary Epistemology by I.C. Jarvie, pp. 92-102 - 1 Review
          1. Evolutionary Epistemology, Rationality, and the Sociology of Knowledge by Gerard Radnitzky, W.W. Bartley III, and Karl Popper, ...
        8. [+]
          Human History as Natural History by Lee Cronk, pp. 103-110 - 1 Review
          1. Despotism and Differential Reproduction by Laura L. Betzig
        9. [+]
          How We Got Here by David Ramsay Steele, pp. 111-113 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Principles of Social Evolution by Christopher R. Hallpike
          2. Culture and the Evolutionary Process by Robert Boyd and Peter J. Richerson
        10. Liberalism in Search of Its Self by Tom G. Palmer, Sheldon Richman, and Dennis Auerbach, ..., pp. 114-154
      2. [+]
        Spring/Summer 1988 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Liberalism and Post-Liberalism by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 6-11
        2. Mill's and Other Liberalisms by John Gray, pp. 12-35
        3. [+]
          Agreeable Morality? by Loren E. Lomasky, pp. 36-49 - 1 Review
          1. Morals by Agreement by David Gauthier
        4. [+]
          Interpreting Hobbes by Don Herzog, pp. 50-63 - 4 Reviews
          1. Hobbes and the Social Contract Tradition by Jean Hampton
          2. The Rhetoric of "Leviathan" by David Johnston
          3. Hobbesian Moral and Political Theory by Gregory S. Kavka
          4. Hobbes by Tom Sorell
        5. [+]
          Locke as Politician by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 64-101 - 2 Reviews
          1. Revolutionary Politics and Locke's Two Treatises of Government by Richard Ashcraft
          2. Lockes Two Treatises of Government by Richard Ashcraft
        6. [+]
          Beyond the Bourgeois Revolution by Matthew Levinger, pp. 102-122 - 1 Review
          1. The French Revolution and the Creation of Modern Political Culture by Keith Michael Baker
        7. [+]
          In Praise of Virtue by Gordon Tullock, pp. 123-132 - 1 Review
          1. Making Public Policy by Steven Kelman
        8. [+]
          Liberalism, Marxism & Social Democracy by D.F.B. Tucker, pp. 133-148 - 2 Reviews
          1. Marxism and Liberalism by Ellen Frankel Paul
          2. Liberalism: Concepts in Social Thought by John Gray
        9. [+]
          Liberalism and Post-Modern Hermeneutics by Elliot Yale Neaman, pp. 149-165 - 5 Reviews
          1. Hermeneutics and the Sociology of Knowledge by Susan J. Hekman
          2. Hermeneutics and Praxis by Robert Hollinger
          3. Hermeneutics and Modern Philosophy by Brice R. Wachterhauser
          4. Radical Hermeneutics by John D. Caputo
          5. Hermeneutics as Politics by Stanley Rosen and Robert B. Pippin
        10. Postmodern Philosophy? by G.B. Madison, pp. 166-182
        11. [+]
          Competition and Capitalism by David Boonin, pp. 183-188 - 1 Review
          1. No Contest by Alfie Kohn
        12. [+]
          Freedom vs. Equality? by Harmon Zeigler and Thomas R. Dye, pp. 189-201 - 1 Review
          1. Authority and Inequality Under Capitalism and Socialism: USA, USSR and China by Barrington Moore, Jr.
        13. Taking Talents Seriously by Simon Green, pp. 202-219
        14. Rational Expectations and General Equilibrium by David L. Prychitko and Christopher Phelan, pp. 220-242
      3. [+]
        Fall 1988 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Marxism and Liberalism by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 6-9
        2. Karl Marx as Philosopher of Freedom by Andrzej Walicki, pp. 10-58
        3. Marx and the Enlightenment Project by Kai Nielsen, pp. 59-75
        4. [+]
          Marx on the Precipice of Utopia by Chris Sciabarra, pp. 76-81 - 1 Review
          1. Marx, Reason and the Art of Freedom by Kevin M. Brien
        5. [+]
          Meaningful Marx and Marxology by David Felix, pp. 82-90 - 1 Review
          1. The Meaning of Karl Marx by Bruce Mazlish
        6. [+]
          Marx Demythologized or Remythologized? by Paul Thomas, pp. 91-100 - 1 Review
          1. Marx as Politician by David Felix
        7. [+]
          From Marcionism to Marxism by J.G. Merquior, pp. 101-113 - 1 Review
          1. Georg Lukacs and His Generation, 1900-1918 by Mary Gluck
        8. [+]
          Western Marxism: A Tale of Woe? by Sonia Kruks, pp. 114-126 - 1 Review
          1. Western Marxism by J.G. Merquior
        9. [+]
          Marxism and Decentralized Socialism by David L. Prychitko, pp. 127-148 - 3 Reviews
          1. Communism and Development by Robert Bideleux
          2. Marxism, Socialism, Freedom by Radoslav Selucky
          3. Unorthodox Marxism by Michael Albert and Robin Hahnel
        10. The Soviet Experiment with Pure Communism by Peter J. Boettke, pp. 149-182
        11. The Evidence of the Senses by David Kelley, Tibor R. Machan, and Peter Munz, pp. 183-188
        12. Index to Vols. I II (1987 1988), pp. 189-202
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1989 = 3 Issues, 40 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1989 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Liberalism & Post-Structuralism by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 5-6
        2. [+]
          A Cure for Theorrhea by Raymond Tallis, pp. 7-39 - 1 Review
          1. From Prague to Paris by J.G. Merquior
        3. [+]
          Not So Fast by Art Berman, pp. 40-55 - 1 Review
          1. Not Saussure by Raymond Tallis
        4. [+]
          Devices of Deconstruction by Stephen Cox, pp. 56-76 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Tain of the Mirror by Rodolphe Gasche
          2. Derrida on the Threshold of Sense by John Llewelyn
        5. [+]
          Toward Constructive Deconstruction by Rafe Champion, pp. 77-89 - 1 Review
          1. Beyond Deconstruction by Howard Felperin
        6. Reply to Champion by Gerald Graff, pp. 90-92
        7. [+]
          That Strange Realm Called Theory by Geoffrey Sampson, pp. 93-104 - 2 Reviews
          1. Ferdinand de Saussure by Jonathan D. Culler
          2. In Search of Semiotics by David Sless
        8. [+]
          Facts Are Stubborn Things by Karen Shabetai, pp. 105-116 - 1 Review
          1. Skeptical Engagements by Frederick Crews
        9. [+]
          Potential Violence in Paul de Man by Stanley Corngold, pp. 117-137 - 1 Review
          1. Paul de Man by Christopher Norris
        10. [+]
          Can Radicalism Survive Michel Foucault? by Kenneth Minogue, pp. 138-154 - 2 Reviews
          1. Foucault by David Couzens Hoy
          2. Michel Foucault by Mark Cousins and Athar Hussain
        11. [+]
          Why Not to Read Foucault by Mark Poster, pp. 155-162 - 1 Review
          1. Foucault by J.G. Merquior
      2. [+]
        Spring 1989 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. F.A. Hayek's Sociology by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 165-168
        2. Hayek & the Interpretive Turn by G.B. Madison, pp. 169-185
        3. Anthony Giddens's Project for a New Sociology by Simon Green, pp. 186-205
        4. Democracy as a Spontaneous Order by Gus Dizerega, pp. 206-240
        5. The Complexities of Spontaneous Order by Laurent Dobuzinskis, pp. 241-266
        6. The Liberal Constitution by Norman P. Barry, pp. 267-282
        7. Is Limited Government Possible? by Anthony De Jasay, pp. 283-309
        8. [+]
          The Fatalistic Conceit by David Miller, pp. 310-323 - 1 Review
          1. The Fatal Conceit by Friedrich A. Hayek and W.W. Bartley III
        9. [+]
          Reason & Cultural Evolution by Leland B. Yeager, pp. 324-335 - 1 Review
          1. The Fatal Conceit by Friedrich A. Hayek and W.W. Bartley III
        10. [+]
          Liberalism, Politics & Anti-Politics by David Levy, pp. 336-347 - 1 Review
          1. The Self, the Individual, and the Community by Brian Lee Crowley
        11. Liberalism in Poland by Joanna Mizgala, pp. 348-354
        12. Totalitarianism & Liberalism by Andrzej Walicki, pp. 355-370
      3. [+]
        Summer 1989 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. The New Consensus by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 373-410
        2. [+]
          Keynes's Special Theory by Steven Horwitz, pp. 411-434 - 1 Review
          1. The Theory of Free Banking by George A. Selgin
        3. [+]
          More Revolutionary Than Thou by George Selgin, pp. 435-443 - 1 Review
          1. The Keynesian Revolution and Its Critics by Gordon A. Fletcher
        4. Psychologist of the Ills of Capitalism by John B. Egger, pp. 444-466
        5. [+]
          The Economics of Ignorance or Ignorance of Economics? by Paul Davidson, pp. 467-487 - 1 Review
          1. The Economics of Time and Ignorance by Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr., Mario J. Rizzo, and Roger W. Garrison, ...
        6. [+]
          The Keynesian Performance by Lowell Gallaway and Richard Vedder, pp. 488-504 - 1 Review
          1. Prosperity and Upheaval by Herman Van der Wee
        7. [+]
          Politics, Central Banking, & Economic Order by Richard E. Wagner, pp. 505-517 - 1 Review
          1. Secrets of the Temple by William Greider
        8. Why Keynesianism Triumphed Or, Could So Many Keynesians Have Been Wrong? by Tyler Cowen, pp. 518-530
        9. [+]
          Marx on Money and Crises by Frank Vorhies, pp. 531-541 - 1 Review
          1. Marx's Crises Theory by Michael Perelman
        10. A Moral Case for Socialism by Kai Nielsen, pp. 542-553
        11. [+]
          Are Rights Meaningful under Socialism? by D.F.B. Tucker, pp. 554-567 - 1 Review
          1. The Left and Rights by Tom Campbell
        12. [+]
          Politics & the Linguistic Sign by Stephen Prince, pp. 568-578 - 1 Review
          1. Marxism and the Philosophy of Language by V.N. Volosinov
        13. [+]
          The Parthenon Papers by David Boonin-Vail, pp. 579-588 - 1 Review
          1. The Trial of Socrates by I.F. Stone
        14. Consuming Our Way to Greater Well-Being by David Felix, pp. 589-599
        15. Western Marxism by J.G. Merquior, pp. 600-601
        16. Marx as Politician by David Felix and Paul Thomas, pp. 602-603
        17. Index to Volume, pp. 604-609
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 10 Years, 33 Issues, 349 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1990 = 3 Issues, 41 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter/Spring 1990 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Methodological vs. Normative Individualism by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 5-9
        2. [+]
          Individuals and Institutions by Peter J. Boettke, pp. 10-26 - 1 Review
          1. Economics and Utopia by Geoffrey M. Hodgson
        3. Self-Interest & the New Bashing of Economics by Israel M. Kirzner, pp. 27-40
        4. How Individualistic Is Methodological Individualism? by G.B. Madison, pp. 41-60
        5. [+]
          From Aristotle to Marx by Chris Sciabarra, pp. 61-73 - 1 Review
          1. Essentialism in the Thought of Karl Marx by Scott Meikle
        6. [+]
          Gimme That Old-Time Religion by Don Herzog, pp. 74-85 - 1 Review
          1. The Libertarian Idea by Jan Narveson
        7. [+]
          But Is It Liberalism? by Loren E. Lomasky, pp. 86-105 - 1 Review
          1. The Morality of Freedom by Joseph Raz
        8. From Dialogue Rights to Property Rights by Jeremy Shearmur, pp. 106-132
        9. Reply to Shearmur by Frank Michelman, pp. 133-143
        10. Rejoinder to Michelman by Jeremy Shearmur, pp. 144-154
        11. [+]
          Deconstructing, & Reconstructing, Popper by Antony Flew, pp. 155-172 - 1 Review
          1. Relativism and the Social Sciences by Ernest Gellner
        12. Hermeneutics by Gregory R. Johnson, pp. 173-211
        13. On the Austrianness of Austrian Economics by Barry Smith, pp. 212-238
        14. Rationality & Social Labor in Marx by Elias L. Khalil, pp. 239-265
        15. The Economic Analysis of Institutions by Martin Ricketts, pp. 266-283
        16. " Facts Are Stubborn Things" by Frederick Crews, pp. 284-286
        17. " Why Not to Read Foucault" by J.G. Merquior, pp. 287-290
        18. " Toward Constructive Deconstruction " by Rafe Champion and Gerald Graff, pp. 291-292
        19. " Hayek & the Interpretive Turn" by Leslie Graves and G.B. Madison, pp. 293-294
        20. Miroslaw Dzielski, 1941-1989 by Andrzej Walicki, pp. 295-306
      2. [+]
        Summer 1990 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. [+]
          For the Sake of the Whole by J.G. Merquior, pp. 301-326 - 1 Review
          1. Essays on Individualism by Louis Dumont
        2. Society as a Department Store by Ryszard Legutko, pp. 327-344
        3. [+]
          For the Love of Whizdom by Aletheia Jackson, pp. 345-364 - 1 Review
          1. The Examined Life by Robert Nozick
        4. Post-Liberalism vs. Temperate Liberalism by Struan Jacobs, pp. 365-376
        5. [+]
          The Dark Side of Reason by James D. McCawley, pp. 377-386 - 1 Review
          1. Farewell to Reason by Paul K. Feyerabend
        6. Pride, Hypocrisy & Civility in Mandeville's Social and Historical Theory by Laurence Dickey, pp. 387-432
        7. J.G.A. Pocock's Republicanism & Political Theory by Ian Shapiro, pp. 433-472
        8. " From Aristotle to Marx" by Tibor R. Machan and Chris Sciabarra, pp. 473-492
      3. [+]
        Fall 1990 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. [+]
          Is Welfare a Legitimate Government Goal? by Nathan Glazer, pp. 479-492 - 1 Review
          1. In Pursuit: Of Happiness and Good Government by Charles Murray
        2. [+]
          The Prospects for Muddling Through by Charles Murray, pp. 493-504 - 1 Review
          1. The Limits of Social Policy by Nathan Glazer
        3. [+]
          The Roots of Homelessness by Howard Husock, pp. 505-522 - 3 Reviews
          1. New Homeless and Old by Charles Hoch and Robert A. Slayton
          2. Address Unknown by James D. Wright
          3. The Excluded Americans by William Tucker
        4. [+]
          Edwin Chadwick and the Genesis of the English Welfare State by Stephen Davies, pp. 523-536 - 1 Review
          1. England's "Prussian Minister" by Anthony Brundage
        5. [+]
          A Stocktaking of Perversities by Anthony De Jasay, pp. 537-544 - 1 Review
          1. To Promote the General Welfare by Richard E. Wagner
        6. The Philosophy of the Welfare State by Norman P. Barry, pp. 545-568
        7. Swedish Model or Swedish Culture? by Lars Tragardh, pp. 569-590
        8. German Collectivism and the Welfare State by Elliot Yale Neaman, pp. 591-618
        9. The Welfare State by David L. Prychitko, pp. 619-632
        10. The New Consensus by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 633-708
        11. Mutual Aid for Social Welfare by David T. Beito, pp. 709-736
        12. W. W. Bartley, III, 1934-1990 by Angelo Petroni, pp. 737-742
        13. Index to Volume IV, pp. 743-764
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1991 = 4 Issues, 36 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1991 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Russia, Before the Coup and After by Andrzej Walicki, pp. 1-36
        2. The Free Market in a Republic by Ryszard Legutko, pp. 37-52
        3. The Politics of Postmodernity by G.B. Madison, pp. 53-80
        4. Can Keynesianism Explain the 1930s? by Gene Smiley, pp. 81-114
        5. Rejoinder to Smiley by Tyler Cowen, pp. 115-120
        6. "The Soviet Experiment with Pure Communism" by Alec Nove, pp. 121-122
        7. Reply to Nove by Peter J. Boettke, pp. 123-128
        8. Shopping-Mall Liberalism by Jan Narveson, pp. 129-134
        9. Reply to Narveson by Ryszard Legutko, pp. 135-138
        10. Ludwig M. Lachmann, 1906-1990 by Bruce J. Caldwell, pp. 139-156
      2. [+]
        Spring 1991 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Postmodernism vs. Postlibertarianism by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 145-158
        2. [+]
          Hayek as Humean by Donald W. Livingston, pp. 159-178 - 1 Review
          1. Hayek and Modern Liberalism by Chandran Kukathas
        3. The Practice of Theory, the Theory of Practice by G.B. Madison, pp. 179-202
        4. [+]
          The Essential Rhetoric of Law, Literature and Liberty by Donald N. McCloskey, pp. 203-224 - 3 Reviews
          1. Law and Literature by Richard A. Posner
          2. Doing What Comes Naturally by Stanley Fish
          3. Justice as Translation by James Boyd White
        5. [+]
          Stanley Fish & the Old Quarrel Between Rhetoric and Philosophy by David Roochnik, pp. 225-246 - 1 Review
          1. Doing What Comes Naturally by Stanley Fish
        6. Reconstructing Reason in the Aftermath of Deconstruction by Calvin O. Schrag, pp. 247-260
        7. The Crisis of Reason in Contemporary Thought by Carl Rapp, pp. 261-290
        8. [+]
          Business Cycles and Black Holes by Clifford F. Thies, pp. 291-302 - 1 Review
          1. Business Cycles and Equilibrium by Fischer Black
      3. [+]
        Summer 1991 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. [+]
          Can Norms Rescue Self-Interest or Macro Explanation Be Joined to Micro? by Aaron Wildavsky, pp. 301-324 - 1 Review
          1. The Cement of Society by Jon Elster
        2. [+]
          Accounting for Political Preferences: Cultural Theory vs. Cultural History by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 325-352 - 1 Review
          1. Cultural Theory by Aaron Wildavsky, Michael Thompson, and Richard Ellis, ...
        3. Death to Homo Economicus? by J.G. Merquior, pp. 353-378
        4. [+]
          Breaking the Habits of the Heart by Susan Love Brown, pp. 379-398 - 1 Review
          1. Habits of the Heart by Robert N. Bellah, Richard Madsen, and William M. Sullivan, ...
        5. In Quest of Modern Culture by J.G. Merquior, pp. 399-420
        6. A Friend of Reason by Gregory R. Johnson, pp. 421-446
        7. J.G. Merquior,1941-1991 by Jeffrey Friedman and Ernest Gellner, pp. 447-458
      4. [+]
        Fall 1991 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Plato's Republic and Ours by John Halverson, pp. 453-474
        2. Origins of the Corporate Liberal State by Robert Higgs, pp. 475-496
        3. Antitrust by F.M. Scherer, pp. 497-512
        4. The Capabilities of Industrial Capitalism by Richard N. Langlois, pp. 513-530
        5. The Progressive Era and the Political Economy of Big Government by Richard Sylla, pp. 531-558
        6. Ideology, Planning and the Market by Alec Nove, pp. 559-572
        7. That Old-Time Religion by Jan Narveson, pp. 573-582
        8. Reply to Narveson by Don Herzog, pp. 583-584
        9. F. A. Hayek,1899-1992 by Israel M. Kirzner, pp. 585-592
        10. George Stigler, 1911-1991 by M.L. Rantala, pp. 593-604
        11. Index to Volume V, pp. 605-610
    3. [+]
      Issues of 1992 = 3 Issues, 34 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1992 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. The Power and Poverty of Libertarian Thought by Richard Cornuelle, p. 1
        2. Labor Process Theory vs. Reform in the Workplace by Roy B. Helfgott, pp. 2-28
        3. Anti-Antitrust: Ideology or Economics? by Dominick T. Armentano, pp. 29-40
        4. Rejoinder to Armentano by F.M. Scherer, pp. 41-44
        5. Libertarianism, Postlibertarianism, and the Welfare State by Jan Narveson, pp. 45-82
        6. Dissent from "The New Consensus" by Antony Flew, pp. 83-96
        7. The Right to Private Property by Tibor R. Machan, pp. 97-106
        8. Minimal Statism and Metamodernism by Donald N. McCloskey, pp. 107-112
        9. After Libertarianism by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 113-158
      2. [+]
        Spring/Summer 1992 Issue = 15 Articles
        1. Nature versus the State? by Albert Weale, pp. 153-170
        2. Free-Market Environmentalism by Herman E. Daly, pp. 171-184
        3. For the Common Good? by Paul Heyne, pp. 185-210
        4. Free-Market versus Libertarian Environmentalism by Mark Sagoff, pp. 211-230
        5. The Politics of Efficiencies, the Efficiencies of Politics by Peter C. Yeager, pp. 231-254
        6. Science, Democracy, and Public Policy by Kristin Shrader-Frechette, pp. 255-264
        7. The Environmental Implications of Liberalism by Roger Taylor, pp. 265-282
        8. Is Progressive Environmentalism an Oxymoron? by Laurent Dobuzinskis, pp. 283-304
        9. Social Ecology, Deep Ecology, and Liberalism by Gus Dizerega, pp. 305-370
        10. Speaking to Trees by Erazim Kohak, pp. 371-388
        11. Carbon Rights and Economic Development by Stephen J. Decanio, pp. 389-410
        12. Global Warming as Analytic Tip by Emery M. Roe, pp. 411-428
        13. Politics or Scholarship? by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 429-446
        14. The End of Sovietology by Paul Craig Roberts, pp. 447-450
        15. Rejoinder to Roberts by Alec Nove, pp. 451-467
      3. [+]
        Fall 1992 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Monetary Malpractice by James M. Buchanan and David I. Fand, pp. 457-470
        2. Keynesian Splenetics by Roger W. Garrison, pp. 471-492
        3. Liberalism and the Problem of Poverty by Richard Ashcraft, pp. 493-516
        4. Market Socialism by N. Scott Arnold, pp. 517-558
        5. Law as Politics by Richard A. Posner, pp. 559-574
        6. Human Rights in Emergencies by Harvey C. Mansfield, pp. 575-586
        7. Philosophy as if It Matters by Shlomit C. Schuster, pp. 587-600
        8. Questions for Postlibertarians by Alec Nove, pp. 601-604
        9. Postlibertarianism Is Not Libertarianism by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 605-610
        10. Index to Volume, pp. 611-616
    4. [+]
      Issues of 1993 = 3 Issues, 34 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1993 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. On the Practicability of Liberalism by Leszek Kolakowski, pp. 1-14
        2. Richard Rorty's Liberalism by Ronald Beiner, pp. 15-32
        3. Richard Rorty's Politics by Richard A. Posner, pp. 33-50
        4. Hayek Revisited by Mark Blaug, pp. 51-60
        5. The Distributional Impact of the 1980s by Lowell Gallaway and Richard Vedder, pp. 61-80
        6. The Case for Cultural Theory by Richard J. Ellis, pp. 81-128
        7. Cultural Theory as Individualistic Ideology by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 129-160
      2. [+]
        Spring/Summer 1993 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Social Strategy & Tactics in the Search for Safety by Jerome Rothenberg, pp. 159-180
        2. Self-Interest and Responsive Regulation by Jack High, pp. 181-192
        3. Regulation and the "Rights" Revolution by Robert W. Crandall, pp. 193-204
        4. Ownership Change, Capital Access, and Economic Growth by Glenn Yago, pp. 205-224
        5. Junking Corporate America by James W. Brock, pp. 225-236
        6. Government Intervention by Steven Horwitz, pp. 237-258
        7. The Roaring 20s and the Bullish 80s by Roger W. Garrison, pp. 259-276
        8. The Recession and Austrian Business Cycle Theory by William N. Butos, pp. 277-306
        9. The Saving and Loan Debacle by Catherine England, pp. 307-320
        10. What Has Been Breaking U.S. Banks? by Lawrence H. White, pp. 321-334
        11. The Rationalization of Central Banks by George Selgin, pp. 335-354
        12. Are Central Banks Necessary? by Anna J. Schwartz, pp. 355-370
        13. Austrian and Post Keynesian Economics by David L. Prychitko, pp. 371-380
        14. Paul Davison and the Austrians by Jochen Runde, pp. 381-398
        15. What Can Austrian Economists Learn from the Post Keynesians? by Christopher Torr, pp. 399-406
        16. Why the Acrimony? by Stephan Boehm and Karl Farmer, pp. 407-422
        17. Austrians and Post Keynesians on Economic Reality by Paul Davidson, pp. 423-446
      3. [+]
        Fall 1993 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Growth of Government by Warren J. Samuels, pp. 445-460
        2. Understanding the Welfare State by Theodore R. Marmor, pp. 461-478
        3. Medical Care in Britain before the Welfare State by David G. Green, pp. 479-496
        4. What Ever Happened to Compassion? by Alan Wolfe, pp. 497-504
        5. Public Goods without the State by David Miller, pp. 505-524
        6. Market Failure by David Schmidtz, pp. 525-538
        7. Markets for Public Goods? by Hal R. Varian, pp. 539-558
        8. The Private Production of Public Goods, Once Again by Harold Demsetz, pp. 559-566
        9. Formalism in Austrian-School Welfare Economics by David L. Prychitko, pp. 567-592
        10. Index to Volume, pp. 593-602
    5. [+]
      Issues of 1994 = 4 Issues, 43 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1994 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. On Postmodern Liberal Conservatism by Ryszard Legutko, pp. 1-22
        2. A Storm from Paradise by Jacob Segal, pp. 23-48
        3. The Political Economy of Central Banking by Kevin Dowd, pp. 49-60
        4. Government-Induced Market Failure by Robert E. Lloyd, pp. 61-72
        5. Libertarianisms by W. William Woolsey, pp. 73-84
        6. The Problems of Postlibertarianism by David L. Brooks, pp. 85-94
        7. Avoiding the Posts by Raphael Sassower and Joseph Agassi, pp. 95-112
        8. " Instincts into Sacred Cows" by Ingrid Harris, pp. 113-136
        9. Truth and Liberation by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 137-160
      2. [+]
        Spring 1994 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Liberalism, State, and Community by Peter Simpson, pp. 159-174
        2. Individual and Community by James L. Hudson, pp. 175-216
        3. Liberal Neutralism and the Social-Democratic Project by Paul Rosenberg, pp. 217-234
        4. The Retreat from Liberty by Brenda Almond, pp. 235-246
        5. Revising the Self by Ronald Beiner, pp. 247-256
        6. Can Liberalism Be Communitarian? by Charles Taylor, pp. 257-262
        7. Communitarianism, Liberalism, and Superliberalism by Will Kymlicka, pp. 263-284
        8. Community in the Minimal State by John Tomasi, pp. 285-296
        9. The Politics of Communitarianism by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 297-348
      3. [+]
        Summer 1994 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Moralizing Markets by Richard Bellamy, pp. 341-358
        2. The Politics of Ethology by Daniel A. Dombrowski, pp. 359-370
        3. Humanistic Art by Warren Shibles, pp. 371-392
        4. Institutions and Deviance by Laurie Calhoun, pp. 393-410
        5. The Free Banking Challenge to Central Banks by Charles A.E. Goodhart, pp. 411-426
        6. Liberalism and the Problem of Poverty by Thomas A. Horne, pp. 427-434
        7. Exclusive and Inclusive Theories of Property Rights by Richard Ashcraft, pp. 435-440
        8. Misreading Keynes by Greg Hill, pp. 441-446
        9. Interpreting Keynesian Instinct and Keynesian Theory by David Felix, pp. 447-450
        10. High Interest, Low Demand, and Keynes by Roger W. Garrison, pp. 451-460
        11. Freedom and the Environment by Terry L. Anderson and Donald R. Leal, pp. 461-466
        12. Environmentalism vs. Value Subjectivism by Mark Sagoff, pp. 467-474
        13. Real People Prefer Free-Market Environmentalism by Jane S. Shaw, pp. 475-482
        14. On Libertarian Anti-Intellectualism by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 483-498
      4. [+]
        Fall 1994 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. Economic Consequentialism and Beyond by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 493-502
        2. Consuming Goods and the Good of Consuming by Colin Campbell, pp. 503-520
        3. The Road Not Taken by Robert E. Lane, pp. 521-554
        4. Wealth and Happiness by James Q. Wilson, pp. 555-564
        5. The End of the Soviet Union by Peter Rutland, pp. 565-578
        6. The State, Money,and "Spontaneous Order" by Geoffrey Hodgson, pp. 579-590
        7. Are Banking Crises Free-Market Phenomena? by George Selgin, pp. 591-608
        8. Theory vs. History by Charles P. Kindleberger, pp. 609-614
        9. Systemic Rationality and the Effects of Financial Regulation by Steven Horwitz, pp. 615-622
        10. On Costs, Benefits, and Regulatory Success by Cass R. Sunstein, pp. 623-634
        11. Index to Volume 8, pp. 635-654
    6. [+]
      Issues of 1995 = 3 Issues, 36 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter/Spring 1995 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Economic Approaches to Politics by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 1-24
        2. The Secret Existence of Expressive Behavior by Robert P. Abelson, pp. 25-36
        3. Rational Choice Theory's Mysterious Rivals by Dennis Chong, pp. 37-58
        4. Rational Choice and the Role of Theory in Political Science by Daniel Diermeier, pp. 59-70
        5. Unification, Universalism, and Rational Choice Theory by John Ferejohn and Debra Satz, pp. 71-84
        6. Rational Choice, Empirical Contributions, and the Scientific Enterprise by Morris P. Fiorina, pp. 85-94
        7. The Promise and Limitations of Rational Choice Theory by Stanley Kelley, Jr., pp. 95-106
        8. What Rational Choice Explains by Robert E. Lane, pp. 107-126
        9. The Poverty of Green and Shapiro by Susanne Lohmann, pp. 127-154
        10. Rational Choice Theory as Social Physics by James Bernard Murphy, pp. 155-174
        11. Engineering or Science by Peter C. Ordeshook, pp. 175-188
        12. Rational Choice and Political Economy by Norman Schofield, pp. 189-212
        13. Statistical Political Philosophy and Positive Political Theory by Kenneth A. Shepsle, pp. 213-222
        14. Battering Rams by Michael Taylor, pp. 223-234
        15. Pathologies Revisited by Donald P. Green and Ian Shapiro, pp. 235-276
        16. References, pp. 277-302
      2. [+]
        Summer 1995 Issue = 11 Articles
        1. The Limited Rationality of Democracy by Manfred Prisching, pp. 301-324
        2. Is There a Universal Moral Sense? by Peter Singer, pp. 325-340
        3. Self-Management by Peter Abell, pp. 341-348
        4. Foucault's Hyper-Liberalism by Ronald Beiner, pp. 349-370
        5. Mutiny on Board Modernity by Elliot Neaman, pp. 371-402
        6. Junk Bonds and Corporate America by Henry N. Goldstein, pp. 403-420
        7. Libertarianism vs. Community by Ryszard Legutko, pp. 421-426
        8. Community in a New Libertarianism by Peter Simpson, pp. 427-430
        9. Coercion Is Not a Societal Constant by Robert Higgs, pp. 431-436
        10. Society Is a Process of Mutual Coercion and Governance, Selectively Perceived by Warren J. Samuels, pp. 437-444
        11. Researching Happiness by Robert E. Lane, pp. 445-456
      3. [+]
        Fall 1995 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Hermeneutical Generosity and Social Criticism by Ronald Beiner, pp. 447-464
        2. Art and Capital by Donald Kuspit, pp. 465-482
        3. What Is the Good Society for Hominoids? by A.R. Maryanski, pp. 483-500
        4. Bringing Human Nature Back In by Robert B. Edgerton, pp. 501-518
        5. Rational Choice Theory in Sociology by Robert J. Holton, pp. 519-538
        6. Communitarianism, Freedom, and the Nation-State by Zygmunt Bauman, pp. 539-554
        7. The Worth of Nations by Liah Greenfeld, pp. 555-584
        8. Civil Authority and the Articulation of Markets by Fred Carstensen, pp. 585-594
        9. Index to Volume 9 (1995), pp. 595-604
    7. [+]
      Issues of 1996 = 4 Issues, 32 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1996 Issue = 8 Articles
        1. Public Opinion and Democracy by Jeffrey Friedman, p. i
        2. Happiness, Tranquillity, and Philosophy by Charles L. Griswold, Jr., pp. 1-32
        3. The Moral Economy by Greg Hill, pp. 33-62
        4. Welfare-State Retrenchment by Jens Borchert, pp. 63-94
        5. [+]
          What Is Public Opinion? by Eric R.A.N. Smith, pp. 95-106 - 3 Reviews
          1. Public Opinion in America by James A. Stimson
          2. The Rational Public by Benjamin I. Page and Robert Y. Shapiro
          3. The Changing American Mind by William G. Mayer
        6. The Real Marketplace of Ideas by Robert Weissberg, pp. 107-122
        7. [+]
          Clients of Citizens? by Thomas Bender, pp. 123-134 - 1 Review
          1. The Careless Society by John McKnight
        8. Karl Popper, 1902-1994 by Fred Eidlin, pp. 135-156
      2. [+]
        Spring 1996 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Nationalism in Theory and Reality by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 155-168
        2. The Modern Religion? by Liah Greenfeld, pp. 169-192
        3. The Myth of the Civic Nation by Bernard Yack, pp. 193-212
        4. Civic Nationalism: Oxymoron? by Nicholas Xenos, pp. 213-232
        5. Nation-States and States of Mind by Martin Tyrrell, pp. 233-250
        6. Explaining Monoculturalism by Damian Tambini, pp. 251-270
        7. The Multiculturalism of Fear by Jacob T. Levy, pp. 271-284
        8. [+]
          What Rough Beast? by Eugen Weber, pp. 285-298 - 1 Review
          1. Nations and Nationalism since 1780 by E.J. Hobsbawm
        9. [+]
          The State of Nationalism by Charles Tilly, pp. 299-314 - 1 Review
          1. Nationalism and the State by John Breuilly
      3. [+]
        Summer 1996 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. Between Immorality and Unfeasibility by David Ramsay Steele, pp. 307-332
        2. [+]
          Dr. Pangloss Goes to Market by David Schweickart, pp. 333-352 - 1 Review
          1. From Marx to Mises by David Ramsay Steele
        3. Keynes on Capitalism by Steven Horwitz, pp. 353-372
        4. Capitalism, Coordination, and Keynes by Greg Hill, pp. 373-388
        5. Nationalism, Individualism, and Capitalism by Warren Breckman and Lars Tragardh, pp. 389-408
        6. The Birth of Economic Competitiveness by Liah Greenfeld, pp. 409-472
      4. [+]
        Fall 1996 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Preferences or Happiness? Tibor Scitovsky's Psychology of Human Needs by Jeffrey Friedman and Adam McCabe, pp. 471-480
        2. Rationalism, Joy and Freedom by Amartya Sen, pp. 481-494
        3. What's Wrong with Consumer Capitalism? The Joyless Economy after Twenty Years by Juliet Schor, pp. 495-508
        4. The Diminishing Utility of Economic Growth by Ronald Inglehart, pp. 509-532
        5. Melding the Public and Private Spheres by Albert O. Hirschman, pp. 533-550
        6. Complexity, Value, and the Psychological Postulates of Economics by Michael Benedikt, pp. 551-594
        7. My Own Criticism of The Joyless Economy by Tibor Scitovsky, pp. 595-606
        8. Myth, Measurement, and the Minimum Wage by Glen Whitman, pp. 607-620
        9. Index to Volume 10 (1996), pp. 621-628
    8. [+]
      Issues of 1997 = 4 Issues, 35 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 1997 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Hayek's Political Philosophy and His Economics by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 1-10
        2. Where Did Economics Go Wrong? Equilibrium as a Flight from Reality by Peter J. Boettke, pp. 11-64
        3. Social Justice by Steven Lukes, pp. 65-80
        4. Hayek's Attack on Social Justice by David Johnston, pp. 81-100
        5. On the Road Again by Juliet Williams, pp. 101-120
        6. Market Non-Neutrality by Gus Dizerega, pp. 121-144
        7. [+]
          Was Hayek an Instrumentalist? by Ryszard Legutko, pp. 145-176 - 1 Review
          1. Hayek's Social and Political Thought by Roland Kley
      2. [+]
        Spring 1997 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Introduction by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 165-168
        2. [+]
          Modernism: Cure or Disease? by Frederick Turner, pp. 169-180 - 1 Review
          1. The Cult of the Avant-Garde Artist by Donald Kuspit
        3. [+]
          Midwife of the Future? by Donald Kuspit, pp. 181-192 - 1 Review
          1. The Culture of Hope by Frederick Turner
        4. Reflections on Aesthetics and Evolution by Nathan Kogan, pp. 193-210
        5. [+]
          The Evolution of Morality by Jonathan H. Turner, pp. 211-232 - 1 Review
          1. Good Natured by Frans de Waal
        6. [+]
          The Origin of Speech and Its Implications for the Optimal Size of Human Groups by A.R. Maryanski, pp. 233-250 - 1 Review
          1. Grooming, Gossip, and the Evolution of Language by Robin Dunbar
        7. [+]
          The Origins of War by Keith F. Otterbein, pp. 251-278 - 1 Review
          1. War Before Civilization by Lawrence H. Keeley
        8. [+]
          Group Identity, Rationality, and the State by Alex de Waal, pp. 279-290 - 1 Review
          1. One for All by Russell Hardin
        9. Cultural Relativism as Ideology by Dennis Wrong, pp. 291-300
        10. Marx, Postmodernism, and Self-Management by David L. Prychitko, pp. 301-310
        11. Response to Prychitko by Peter Abell, pp. 311-314
        12. Worker Self-Management in Yugoslavia by Branko Horvat, pp. 315-318
        13. Rejoinder to Horvat by Peter Abell, pp. 319-324
      3. [+]
        Summer 1997 Issue = 6 Articles
        1. [+]
          Freedom, Self-Ownership, and Libertarian Philosophical Diaspora by Justin Weinberg, pp. 323-344 - 2 Reviews
          1. Self-Ownership, Freedom, and Equality by G.A. Cohen, Jon Elster, and John Roemer
          2. Real Freedom for All by Philippe Van Parijs
        2. Freedom, Liberty, and Property by Jonathan Wolff, pp. 345-358
        3. [+]
          Aristotelianism and Libertarianism by Richard Kraut, pp. 359-372 - 1 Review
          1. Liberty and Nature by Douglas B. Rasmussen and Douglas J. Den Uyl
        4. [+]
          It Ayn't Rand by David MacGregor, pp. 373-392 - 1 Review
          1. Ayn Rand: The Russian Radical by Chris Matthew Sciabarra
        5. [+]
          Does Simplicity Bring Liberty? by Frederick Schauer, pp. 393-406 - 1 Review
          1. Simple Rules for a Complex World by Richard Epstein
        6. [+]
          What's Wrong with Libertarianism by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 407-482 - 4 Reviews
          1. Classical Liberalism by David Conway
          2. What It Means to Be a Libertarian by Charles Murray
          3. Libertarianism: A Primer by David Boaz
          4. Bringing the Market Back in by John L. Kelley
      4. [+]
        Fall 1997 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Pluralism or Relativism? by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 469-480
        2. [+]
          The Graying of Berlin by Daniel M. Weinstock, pp. 481-502 - 1 Review
          1. Isaiah Berlin by John Gray
        3. [+]
          Pluralism after Liberalism? by Pratap B. Mehta, pp. 503-518 - 2 Reviews
          1. Enlightenment's Wake by John Gray
          2. Endgames by John Gray
        4. Frank H. Knight and Ethical Pluralism by Richard Boyd, pp. 519-536
        5. [+]
          Nietzsche and the Premodernist Critique of Postmodernism by Michael Allen Gillespie, pp. 537-554 - 1 Review
          1. Nietzsche: The Ethics of an Immoralist by Peter Berkowitz
        6. Solidarity, Objectivity, and the Human Form of Life by Greg Hill, pp. 555-580
        7. Hayek on Social Justice by Edward Feser, pp. 581-606
        8. Is the Idea of Social Justice Meaningful? Rejoinder to Feser by David Johnston, pp. 607-614
        9. Index to Volume 11 (1997), pp. 615-626
    9. [+]
      Issues of 1998 = 3 Issues, 38 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter/Spring 1998 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. [+]
          Man, Society, and the Failure of Politics by Leif Lewin, pp. 1-12 - 1 Review
          1. Beyond Politics by William C. Mitchell and Randy T. Simmons
        2. [+]
          Unforeseen Consequences and Pathological Self-Reinforcement: Why Cities Decline by Anthony Woodlief, pp. 13-34 - 2 Reviews
          1. Scarcity by Design by Peter D. Salins and Gerard C.S. Mildner
          2. The Federal Government and Urban Housing by R. Allen Hays
        3. [+]
          A Capitalist Revolution in Latin America? by Alvaro Vargas Llosa, pp. 35-48 - 1 Review
          1. The Capitalist Revolution in Latin America by Paul Craig Roberts and Karen Lafollette Araujo, ...
        4. [+]
          The State and Labor in Modern America by Lowell Gallaway and Richard Vedder, pp. 49-58 - 1 Review
          1. The State and Labor in Modern America by Melvyn Dubofsky
        5. [+]
          It Doesn't Work by J. Bradford de Long, pp. 59-70 - 1 Review
          1. Out of Work by Richard K. Vedder, Lowell E. Gallaway, and Martin Bronfenbrenner, ...
        6. [+]
          Murray Rothbard's Austrian Perspective on the History of Economic Thought by Warren J. Samuels, pp. 71-76 - 2 Reviews
          1. Economic Thought before Adam Smith by Murray N. Rothbard
          2. Classical Economics by Murray N. Rothbard
        7. Postwar Economic Stabilization by Werner Troesken, pp. 77-94
        8. Keynes and Capitalism One More Time by Steven Horwitz, pp. 95-112
        9. An Ultra-Keynesian Strikes Back by Greg Hill, pp. 113-126
        10. The Faults of Formalism and the Magic of Markets by Daniel M. Hausman, pp. 127-138
        11. The Self-Deception of Economics by Robert Heilbroner, pp. 139-150
        12. Boettke's Austrian Critique of Mainstream Economics by Thomas Mayer, pp. 151-172
        13. Formalism and Contemporary Economics by Peter J. Boettke, pp. 173-186
        14. On Civil Republicanism by Maurizio Viroli, pp. 187-196
        15. Questioning Patriotism by Nicholas Xenos, pp. 197-202
        16. Can Patriotism Save Us from Nationalism? Rejoinder to Viroli by Bernard Yack, pp. 203-222
      2. [+]
        Summer 1998 Issue = 12 Articles
        1. Hermeneutics and Libertarianism by Kevin Quinn and Tina R. Green, pp. 207-224
        2. G. A. Cohen on Self-Ownership, Property, and Equality by Tom G. Palmer, pp. 225-252
        3. Government and Unemployment by Lowell Gallaway and Richard Vedder, pp. 253-264
        4. Unemployment in America by J. Bradford De Long, pp. 265-268
        5. Hayek, Social Justice, and the Market by Edward Feser, pp. 269-282
        6. Are We All Dialecticians Now? Reply to MacGregor and Friedman by Chris Matthew Sciabarra, pp. 283-300
        7. Rejoinder to Sciabarra by David MacGregor, pp. 301-304
        8. The Right Set of Simple Rules by Richard A. Epstein, pp. 305-318
        9. Locke and Libertarian Property Rights by Am Feallsanach, pp. 319-324
        10. Self- and World-Ownership by Justin Weinberg, pp. 325-336
        11. What's Not Wrong with Libertarianism by Tom G. Palmer, pp. 337-358
        12. The Libertarian Straddle by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 359-398
      3. [+]
        Fall 1998 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Public Ignorance and Democratic Theory by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 397-412
        2. Voter Ignorance and the Democratic Ideal by Ilya Somin, pp. 413-458
        3. Rationality Reconceived by Tom Hoffman, pp. 459-480
        4. The Place of the Media in Popular Democracy by Richard D. Anderson, Jr., pp. 481-500
        5. [+]
          Public Opinion, Elites, and Democracy by Robert Y. Shapiro, pp. 501-528 - 1 Review
          1. The Nature and Origins of Mass Opinion by John R. Zaller
        6. [+]
          Insincere Deliberation and Democratic Failure by Timur Kuran, pp. 529-544 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Voice of the People by James S. Fishkin
          2. Democracy and Disagreement by Amy Gutmann and Dennis Thompson
        7. [+]
          The Ever-Shifting Psychological Foundations of Democratic Theory: Do Citizens Have the ... by Philip E. Tetlock, pp. 545-562 - 1 Review
          1. Private Truths, Public Lies by Timur Kuran
        8. [+]
          Idealizing Politics by James Q. Wilson, pp. 563-568 - 1 Review
          1. The Myth of Democratic Failure by Donald A. Wittman
        9. [+]
          Anti-Democratic Demos: The Dubious Basis of Congressional Approval by Rogan Kersh, pp. 569-584 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Culture of Spending by James L. Payne
          2. Congress as Public Enemy by John R. Hibbing, Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, and James H. Kuklinski, ...
        10. Index to Volume XII, pp. 585-594
    10. [+]
      Issues of 1999 = 2 Issues, 20 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter/Spring 1999 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. The Theological Origins of Modernity by Michael Allen Gillespie, pp. 1-30
        2. Liberalism and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Germany by James Schmidt, pp. 31-54
        3. Hobbes's Contempt for Opinions by Geoffrey M. Vaughan, pp. 55-72
        4. America's Contents and Discontents by Rogers M. Smith, pp. 73-96
        5. Humanism and Antihumanism in Lasch and Sandel by Tom Hoffman, pp. 97-114
        6. Toleration and Multiculturalism by Ryszard Legutko, pp. 115-128
        7. The Postmodern Identity of Russia-- and the West by Boris Maizel, pp. 129-140
        8. Misfortune, Welfare Reform, and Right-Wing Egalitarianism by Patrick Boleyn-Fitzgerald, pp. 141-164
        9. The Limits of Instrumental Rationality in Social Explanation by Doug Mann, pp. 165-190
        10. Democracy Despite Voter Ignorance by David Ciepley, pp. 191-238
      2. [+]
        Summer/Fall 1999 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. How (Some) Socialists Become Capitalists by David R. Henderson, pp. 229-238
        2. Capitalism, Socialism, and Irony by Jerry Z. Muller, pp. 239-268
        3. [+]
          Cliometrics, Child Labor, and the Industrial Revolution by Jane Humphries, pp. 269-284 - 1 Review
          1. Child Labor and the Industrial Revolution by Clark Nardinelli
        4. The Reproving of Karl Polanyi by Santhi Hejeebu and Deirdre McCloskey, pp. 285-314
        5. [+]
          Indian Development and Poverty: Making Sense of Sen et al. by Shyam J. Kamath, pp. 315-336 - 1 Review
          1. Indian Development by Jean Dreze and Amartya Sen
        6. The Rise and Fall of the German Miracle by Wolfgang Kerber and Sandra Hartig, pp. 337-358
        7. Is Inequality Bad for Our Health? by Jeffrey Milyo and Jennifer M. Mellor, pp. 359-372
        8. [+]
          Between Vienna and Cambridge: The Risky Business of New Austrian Business-Cycle Theory by J. Barkley Rosser, Jr., pp. 373-390 - 1 Review
          1. Risk and Business Cycles by Tyler Cowen
        9. Foucault on the Prison by Karl von Schriltz, pp. 391-412
        10. Index to Volume XIII, pp. 413-420
  3. [+]
    Issues of the 2000s = 1 Year, 3 Issues, 29 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 2000 = 3 Issues, 29 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2000 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Globalization, Neither Evil nor Inevitable by Jeffrey Friedman, p. i
        2. Globalization by Charles R. Wolf, pp. 1-10
        3. [+]
          Two Faces of Globalization by Douglas A. Irwin, pp. 11-18 - 2 Reviews
          1. Globaphobia by Gary Burtless and Robert Z. Lawrence
          2. Has Globalization Gone Too Far? by Dani Rodrik
        4. [+]
          The Failure to Converge: Why Globalization Doesn't Cause Deregulation by Jason Sorens, pp. 19-34 - 1 Review
          1. Freer Markets, More Rules by Steven K. Vogel
        5. The Third World and Globalization by Deepak Lal, pp. 35-46
        6. The "Free Market" and the Asian Crisis by Garett Jones, pp. 47-56
        7. Are Free Markets the Cause of Financial Instability? by Kevin Dowd, pp. 57-68
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          The Crisis of (Confidence in ) Global Capitalism by Barry Eichengreen, pp. 69-86 - 1 Review
          1. The Crises of Global Capitalism by George Soros
        9. Reply to Eichengreen by George Soros, pp. 87-88
        10. Risk and Business Cycles by Tyler Cowen, pp. 89-94
        11. Risk and Austrian Business-Cycle Theory by J. Barkley Rosser, Jr., pp. 95-98
        12. Democracy and Voter Ignorance Revisited by Ilya Somin, pp. 99-112
        13. After Democracy, Bureaucracy? Rejoinder to Ciepley by Jeffrey Friedman, pp. 113-147
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        Spring/Summer 2000 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Bringing the State Back In...Again by Samuel Decanio, pp. 139-146
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          Do Politicians Pander? by Ilya Somin, pp. 147-156 - 1 Review
          1. Politicians Don't Pander by Lawrence R. Jacobs and Robert Y. Shapiro
        3. Why the State Was Dropped in the First Place by David Ciepley, pp. 157-214
        4. Beyond Marxist State Theory by Samuel Decanio, pp. 215-236
        5. State Autonomy and Civil Society by Rogan Kersh, pp. 237-258
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          Regulation, Politics, and Interest Groups: What Do We Learn from an Historical Approach? by Steven M. Sheffrin, pp. 259-270 - 1 Review
          1. The Regulated Economy by Claudia Dale Goldin and Gary D. Libecap
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          What Economists Say (and Don't Say) about Politics by Anthony Woodlief, pp. 271-298 - 1 Review
          1. Political Participation and Government Regulation by Sam Peltzman
        8. The Confounding State by Reihan Salam, pp. 299-326
        9. Ignorant Armies by Earl C. Ravenal, pp. 327-392
      3. [+]
        Fall 2000 Issue = 7 Articles
        1. Indirect Utility, Justice, and Equality in the Political Thought of David Hume by Mark E. Yellin, pp. 375-390
        2. Adam Smith as Globalization Theorist by Fonna Forman-Barzilai, pp. 391-420
        3. The Curious Enlightenment of Professor Rorty by Graeme Garrard, pp. 421-440
        4. Two-Faced Liberalism by Robert B. Talisse, pp. 441-458
        5. Community versus Citizenship by Ronald Beiner, pp. 459-480
        6. From Nozick to Welfare Rights by Adrian Bardon, pp. 481-502
        7. Index to Vol. 14, pp. 503-508