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October 1995 Issue - 30 Articles
John T. Flynn, pp. 610-611
- Trial by Jury vs. Trial By Judge
Bertel M. Sparks, pp. 612-615
A defense of one of our precious heritages.
- Greed and Gravity
Dwight R. Lee, pp. 616-617
Self-interest as a natural force.
- The Foundations of Political Disarray: Lessons from Professor Hayek
Richard B. McKenzie, pp. 618-621
What political leaders don't know can hurt us.
- Ideas and Consequences
Lawrence W. Reed, pp. 622-623
The Power to Tax
- Fractional Reserve Banking
Murray N. Rothbard, pp. 624-627
The federal cartelization of U.S. banks and the flight from sound money.
- Reforming Polities in the Age of Leviathan: A Skeptical View
Michael DeBow, pp. 628-630
Challenging conventional wisdom about campaign finance and lobbying may be misguided.
- Why Is It Nature versus People?
Tibor R. Machan, pp. 631-632
Environmentalists forget that man is a natural creature too.
Russell Madden, pp. 633-634
The end never justifies the means.
- A Matter of Principle
Robert James Bidinotto, pp. 635-636
- The Internet: New Technology, Old Law
Mark Goodman and Mark Gring, pp. 637-639
Will regulation and legislation limit voices on the internet?
- A Report Card on Charter Schools
Candace A. Allen, pp. 640-644
- Environmental Education: Turning Kids into Political Activists
Steve Jackstadt and Michael Sanera, pp. 645-649
A review of textbooks and curricula
- The Devastating Effect of the Annenberg Grants
Gary Lamb, pp. 650-651
The negative impact of a $500 million grant to public schools.
- Potomac Principles
Doug Bandow, pp. 652-653
Paying for Other People's Politics
- Economic Winners Deserve to Be Respected, Not Vilified
Mark J. Perry, pp. 654-655
Their talent and effort merit our admiration.
- Why They're Mad
Sarah J. McCarthy, pp. 656-657
The root causes of the rural revolution.
- The Big Apple: Cigarettes and Central Planners
Ralph R. Reiland, pp. 658-659
Let restaurateurs, not regulators, make the rules.
- William Penn-America's First Great Champion for Liberty and Peace
Jim Powell, pp. 660-664
A portrait of the remarkable proponent of religious toleration.
- Henry Salvatori-A Man of Integrity
James L. Doti, pp. 665-667
Putting beliefs into action.
Economics on Trial
- Econ 101: Do We Really Need Another Samuelson?
Mark Skousen, pp. 668-670
[+] Review Free to Try, (Review)
William H. Peterson, p. 671
- Free to Try
[+] Review The Tyranny of Numbers, by Nicholas Eberstadt (Review)
Julian L. Simon, p. 672
- The Tyranny of Numbers by Nicholas Eberstadt
[+] Review The Death of Common Sense, by Philip K. Howard (Review)
James L. Payne, p. 673
- The Death of Common Sense by Philip K. Howard
[+] Review The Careless Society, by John McKnight (Review)
Doug Bandow, p. 674
- The Careless Society by John McKnight
[+] Review Economic Thought before Adam Smith, by Murray ... (Review)
Gregory P. Pavlik, pp. 675-676
- Economic Thought before Adam Smith by Murray N. Rothbard
[+] Review Tax Free 2000, by Murray Sabrin (Review)
Robert W. McGee, p. 677
- Tax Free 2000 by Murray Sabrin
[+] Review The American Revolution Resurgent, by Raphael ... (Review)
Robert Batemarco, p. 677
- The American Revolution Resurgent by Raphael G. Kazmann
[+] Review Government Nannies, by Cathy Duffy (Review)
Kenneth Lloyd Billingsley, p. 678
- Government Nannies by Cathy Duffy
- Notes from Fee
Hans F. Sennholz