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The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
October 1989 Issue - 11 Articles
- A Triumph for Bootstraps Capitalism, pp. 380-382
Ego brown's battle against arbitrary economic regulation.
- Speculators: Adam Smith Revisited, pp. 383-385
The "Forestallers" of Smith's era were as reviled as the "Insider traders" of the 1980s.
- High-Definition TV: Government or Market Choice?, pp. 386-388
Consumer decision provides the ultimate method for setting standards.
- The Confession of Yevgeni Turchik: Part-Time KGB Agent, pp. 389-391
A special interview from inside the Soviet Union.
- The Real Child Care Crisis, pp. 392-393
The state is neither an effective nor appropriate guardian for our children.
- Specialization and Exchange, pp. 394-395
Gains from a rising specialization are the same whether we consider two individuals, th...
- The Minimum Wage: an Unfair Advantage for Employers, pp. 396-397
The minimum wage creates a surplus of unskilled labor in the marketplace.
- Free Market Money in Coal-Mining Communities, pp. 398-405
The issue and use of scrip in isolated economic environments.
- The Forgotten Right of Association, pp. 406-408
Have the courts compromised a fundamental right in the name of expediency?
- Movie-Goers Can Think for Themselves, p. 409
Consumers are not helpless pawns of advertisers.
[+] Book Reviews (4 Reviews) , pp. 410-416
A Critical Examination of Socialism, by William H. Mallock
- A Critical Examination of Socialism by William H. Mallock
- Hong Kong by Jan Morris
- The Fatal Conceit by Friedrich A. Hayek and W.W. Bartley III
- Roosevelt and Stalin by Robert A. Nisbet