The Freeman Archives
The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
August 1988 Issue - 10 Articles
- The Border Closed at Midnight, pp. 292-295
One family's bold escape from Soviet-occupied Czechoslovakia.
- Soviet Military Strength Based on Economic Weakness, pp. 296-297
How poor economic performance encourages military spending.
- School Censorship: Compulsion Creates Conflict, pp. 298-299
Can free expression in the public schools be safeguarded?
- Privatizing the Judiciary, pp. 300-303
Alternatives to the pubic court system help ease the current judicial bottleneck.
- John Bright: Voice of Victorian Liberalism, pp. 304-307
A champion of free trade, non-interventionist foreign policy, and Parliamentary reform.
- The Scranton Story, pp. 308-318
The development of one of America's first manufacturing cities.
- Booker T. Washington: Apostle of Freedom, pp. 319-322
"he lifted the veil of ignorance from his people and pointed the way to progress throug...
- Helping the Poor, pp. 323-324
Today's poor need not be the poor of tomorrow.
[+] A Reviewer's Notebook (Review) , pp. 325-326
A review of "All It takes is guts: a minority view" by Walter Williams.
- All It Takes Is Guts by Walter Williams
[+] Other Books (Review) , pp. 327-330
The Fords: An American Epic, by Peter Collier and David Horowitz
- The Fords: An American Epic by Peter Collier and David Horowitz