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The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
March 1988 Issue - 10 Articles
- Rewarding Uniformity, pp. 84-85
A push toward conformity threatens the integrity of the individual.
- "Blat": Corruption in Eastern Europe, pp. 86-89
An exchange student learns how communist economies really work.
- The Great Depression, pp. 90-96
The causes and consequences of the economic upheaval of the 1930s.
- The Poor Among Us, pp. 97-98
The virtue of self-reliance in the face of hardship.
- Man at His Best, pp. 99-102
How a small farming community came to the aid of survivors of the 1906 San Francisco ea...
- Libertarian Sympathies: Heart and Mind, pp. 103-105
The twofold appeal of the freedom philosophy.
- The Minimum Wage-Good Intentions, Bad Results, pp. 106-107
Wages rise in response to the creation of new wealth through greater productivity.
- The Farm Credit Crisis, pp. 108-113
How government intervention has resulted in agricultural credit problems.
- The Morality of Freedom, pp. 114-117
The necessary condition for a truly humane society.
[+] Book Reviews (3 Reviews) , pp. 118-120
Debts and Deficits, by Hans F. Sennholz
- Debts and Deficits by Hans F. Sennholz
- Economic Liberties and the Judiciary by James A. Dorn
- America's March Toward Communism by Mark W. Hendrickson