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The Freeman • 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
May 1989 Issue - 10 Articles
- The Cambodian Experiment in Retrospect, pp. 172-174
The Khmer rouge's efforts to replace the market economy with socialism yielded predicta...
- Old Banking Myths, pp. 175-179
Refuting the fictions and fallacies that have created widely accepted myths about banking.
- Where Will It All End?, pp. 180-182
The destructive results of one case of "doing good" via the judicial process.
- Who Are the Problem-Solvers?, pp. 183-184
Individual action and voluntary organization can make a difference in working toward a ...
- The Levelers: Libertarian Revolutionaries, pp. 185-189
Seventeenth-century champions of individual rights.
- At Whose Expense?, pp. 190-191
Who will pay the bill for expensive social programs?
- Of Special Interest, pp. 192-196
Using the tools of economics to define and explore "special interest" projects.
- Private Enterprise in Poland, pp. 197-199
Despite the heavy hand of government and an uncertain future, the Polish private sector...
- Readers' Forum, pp. 200-201
[+] Book Reviews (4 Reviews) , pp. 202-210
Passage to a Human World, by Max Singer
- Passage to a Human World by Max Singer
- The Electric Windmill by Tom Bethell
- The Liability Maze by Peter W. Huber and Robert E. Litan
- Beyond Good Intentions by Doug Bandow