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  1. Are Women Exploited by the Free Market?
    Before the enactment of "pro-labor" laws, women competed successfully on the market for...
    The Freeman, September 1994, pp. 508-513
  2. Features
    Dr.Andrew Ure: Pioneer Free Trader
    An unsung proponent of international trade and internal industry.
    The Freeman, October 1998, pp. 604-606
  3. Education for a Conquered Nation
    How public education began as a tool of Reconstruction
    Chronicles, March 1989, pp. 20-25
  4. Friendly Societies: Voluntary Social Security-And More
    How voluntary self-help associations provided a "safety net" for working class families.
    The Freeman, March 1990, pp. 95-98
  5. Grandma's Appointment in Samara
    Chronicles, April 1990, pp. 48-52
    Mutiny in Paradise
    Chronicles, February 1988, pp. 10-13
  7. The Myth of America's Military Power (1972)
    1 Review
  8. The New Forest
    Robin Hood revisited.
    The Freeman, April 1994, pp. 166-167
  9. The Poet as Cleaning Lady
    Chronicles, October 1989, pp. 54-56
  10. Richard Cobden: Creator of the Free Market
    A nineteenth-century businessman shows Us the way to economic freedom.
    The Freeman, March 1993, pp. 110-115
  11. The S.E.C.'s War Against the Theater
    How regulation limits theatrical choices.
    The Freeman, November 1991, pp. 414-415
  12. Schooling for Shillings
    How a 19th-Century reformer brought the three Rs to the poor.
    Reason, March 1987, pp. 40-43
  13. State Subsidy to Private Schools: A Case History of Destruction
    The rise and fall of the society for a Free School.
    The Freeman, March 1991, pp. 88-92
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