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The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
October 1993 Issue - 14 Articles
- The Economic Way of Thinking, Part 1, pp. 372-374
The first of an eight-part series on the principles of economics.
- Banking Without Regulation, pp. 375-376
Three lessons from history on the soundness of free banking.
- Toward a Cashless Society, pp. 377-380
Technological advances in banking have made the federal reserve obsolete.
- Why Free Markets Are Difficult to Defend, pp. 381-382
That which is seen and that which is not seen.
- Your Money-Your Choice, pp. 383-385
Correcting the statist assumptions of ABC news.
- The Trouble with Keynes, pp. 386-388
Keynesian economics is defunct in theory, but Washington hasn't got the word.
- Why Government Can't Create Jobs, pp. 389-390
In order to create, government must first destroy.
- A Life-Saving Lesson from Operation Desert Storm, pp. 391-392
Voluntary military service reduces the incentive to Use humans' lives recklessly.
- The Cause of Freedom Begins with Me, pp. 393-394
Free societies begin with free individuals.
- Immigration-Friend or Foe?, pp. 395-396
Working immigrants enrich everyone.
- The Common Good and the Free Rider, pp. 397-401
Solving an economic and practical problem.
- Why Adam Smith Burned His Clothes, pp. 402-403
And today's officeholders pay their babysitters' taxes.
- A Tribute to Edmund A. Opitz, pp. 404-405
On the occasion of his retirement.
[+] Book Reviews (Review) , pp. 406-408
Bankruptcy 1995, by Harry E. Figgie and Gerald J. Swanson
- Bankruptcy 1995 by Harry E. Figgie and Gerald J. Swanson