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  1. The Age of the Technicality
    The tyranny of the technicality will end when the legislation authorizing it is revoked.
    The Freeman, March 1976, pp. 138-149
  2. The American Tradition (1964)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  3. The American Tradition
    1. There Was an American Tradition
    The Freeman, April 1963, pp. 3-12
  4. The American Tradition
    Of Individualism
    The Freeman, August 1963, pp. 45-55
  5. The American Tradition
    9. Of Internationalism
    The Freeman, December 1963, pp. 13-28
  6. The American Tradition
    4. Of Federalism
    The Freeman, July 1963, pp. 35-47
  7. The American Tradition
    3. Of Republican Government
    The Freeman, June 1963, pp. 11-21
  8. The American Tradition
    2. Of Constitutionalism and Higher Law
    The Freeman, May 1963, pp. 21-34
  9. The American Tradition
    8. Of Free Economic Intercourse
    The Freeman, November 1963, pp. 32-45
  10. The American Tradition
    7. Of Voluntarism
    The Freeman, October 1963, pp. 3-15
  11. The American Tradition
    6. Of Equality
    The Freeman, September 1963, pp. 26-38
  12. The American Tradition
    13. To Agree To Disagree
    The Freeman, April 1964, pp. 47-60
  13. The American Tradition
    11. Of Rights and Responsibilities
    The Freeman, February 1964, pp. 30-41
  14. The American Tradition
    10. Of the Civilizing of Groups
    The Freeman, January 1964, pp. 34-47
  15. The American Tradition
    15. Building Upon the Tradition
    The Freeman, June 1964, pp. 47-58
  16. The American Tradition
    12.Of Virtue and Morality
    The Freeman, March 1964, pp. 3-13
  17. The American Tradition
    14.The Restoration of the Tradition
    The Freeman, May 1964, pp. 33-44
  18. Another Bicentennial: The Publication of the Wealth of Nations
    How the pursuit of self-interest serves the general welfare.
    The Freeman, April 1976, pp. 212-222
  19. The Anti-Communist Blackout in America (1977)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  20. The Bait and the Hook
    The Freeman, February 1967, pp. 83-91
  21. The Bankruptcy of "Liberalism"
    The Freeman, December 1967, pp. 707-715
  22. Basic Communism (1990)
    3 Reviews, 3 Readable
  23. Basic Economics (1989)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  24. A Basic History of the United States (1987)
    Five Volumes
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  25. The Battle in the Streets
    The rioters are following the lesson plan learned from the government.
    The Freeman, November 1969, pp. 662-669
  26. Beyond the Christmas Story
    Christ exemplifies the message of freedom.
    The Freeman, December 1982, pp. 707-713
  27. A Bicentennial Question: An Ascendant or Setting Sun?
    Can we bring back to life in American the vital principles underlying the revolution?
    The Freeman, February 1976, pp. 67-77
  28. Built-In Pressures to Inflation
    A look at some of the major political pressures and suggested ways to stop them.
    The Freeman, September 1976, pp. 515-525
  29. The Bureaucratic Incubus
    If we demand government regulation and control of economic affairs, we must endure bure...
    The Freeman, January 1976, pp. 10-20
  30. The Business of Government
    Putting the "General welfare" in context; justice vs. mercy.
    The Freeman, May 1976, pp. 302-311
  31. C. S. Lewis on Compelling People to Do Good
    A twentieth-Century Christian perspective on the welfare state.
    The Freeman, November 1981, pp. 657-666
  32. Capitalism-Yes and No
    Not so much the offspring of private property as a disease of socialism
    The Freeman, February 1985, pp. 75-82
  33. Capitalism: Yes and No
    The Freeman, May 2009, pp. 28-33
  34. A Carson Sampler
    The Freeman, July 2003, pp. 21-24
  35. [+]
    Casualties of the War on Poverty (Review)
    American Political Writing During the Founding Era, 1760-1805, by Charles S. Hyneman an...
    1. American Political Writing During the Founding Era, 1760-1805 by Charles S. Hyneman and Donald S. Lutz
    The Freeman, January 1984, pp. 59-60
  36. The Civil War and Political Nationalization
    Concerning the extension of federal intervention and control in the aftermath of the ci...
    The Freeman, January 1982, pp. 32-46
  37. The Collectivist Fallacy
    The individual outranks the group he helps to empower.
    The Freeman, July 1984, pp. 388-395
  38. The Concept of Democracy and John Dewey
    Modern Age, Spring 1960, pp. 180-187
  39. The Constitution and Paper Money
    Current inflation calls for review of what the Founders thought of the idea.
    The Freeman, July 1983, pp. 399-408
  40. A Credit Expansion Economy
    A search behind the inflation that disrupts the market.
    The Freeman, March 1985, pp. 141-152
  41. The Crisis of the Welfare State
    Policing the market against violence is a political, not an economic, process.
    The Freeman, April 1983, pp. 213-224
  42. Danger-High Voltage: The Perils of Power
    Government power poses dangers-as do high-voltage lines.
    The Freeman, October 1981, pp. 615-625
  43. The Defamation of the American Tradition
    The Freeman, November 1962, pp. 13-22
  44. The Dependence of History on Philosophy
    Modern Age, Summer 1969, pp. 289-296
  45. The Dilemmas of Public Education
    The mounting problems await solution through free market policies.
    The Freeman, September 1983, pp. 515-525
  46. [+]
    Economics on Trial (Review)
    Founding Father, by Richard Brookhiser
    1. Founding Father by Richard Brookhiser
    The Freeman, September 1996, p. 643
  47. Book Reviews
    Economics on Trial (Review)
    America's Thirty Years War, by Balint Vazsonyi
    1. America's Thirty Years War by Balint Vazsonyi
    The Freeman, May 1999, p. 53
  48. Economy in Government, Jeffersonian Style
    Economizing efforts of earlier presidents afford helpful lessons today.
    The Freeman, June 1981, pp. 346-356
  49. Evading the Issue
    How Marx and Freud have contributed to the breakdown of reason.
    The Freeman, February 1984, pp. 84-88
  50. [+]
    Exhorting Fiscal Sin and Sinners (Review)
    A Time for Truth, by William E. Simon
    1. A Time for Truth by William E. Simon
    Chronicles, November 1978, p. 18
  51. Faith of Our Fathers
    Concerning the vital role of the faith of our fathers in the founding of the united sta...
    The Freeman, December 1976, pp. 732-738
  52. Farming Is a Business
    Government intervention disrupts the business of agriculture.
    The Freeman, August 1986, pp. 294-299
  53. The Fateful Turn (1963)
    From Individual Liberty to Collectivism, 1880-1960
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  54. The Flight from Reality 5.The Utopian Vision
    The Freeman, February 1965, pp. 20-33
  55. The Flight from Reality
    3. The Nature of Reality
    The Freeman, December 1964, pp. 20-32
  56. The Flight from Reality
    7.The Pragmatic Sanction of Flux
    The Freeman, April 1965, pp. 40-54
  57. The Flight from Reality
    16. From Ideology to Mythology, I
    The Freeman, January 1966, pp. 34-44
  58. The Flight from Reality
    21. The Bent to Destruction
    The Freeman, June 1966, pp. 42-55
  59. Flight from Reality (1969)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  60. The Flight from Reality 10.The New Creativity
    The Freeman, July 1965, pp. 45-57
  61. The Flight from Reality 19. The Flight from Economics
    The Freeman, April 1966, pp. 3-17
  62. The Flight from Reality 6
    An American Dream
    The Freeman, March 1965, pp. 40-53
  63. The Flight from Reality 9.The New Reality
    The Freeman, June 1965, pp. 38-51
  64. The Flight from Reality
    2.The Symptoms of the Flight
    The Freeman, November 1964, pp. 24-34
  65. The Flight from Reality
    1.The Mind of the Reformer
    The Freeman, October 1964, pp. 23-37
  66. The Flight from Reality
    11.The Domestication of Socialism
    The Freeman, August 1965, pp. 29-43
  67. The Flight from Reality
    15.Remarking the Minds of Men
    The Freeman, December 1965, pp. 19-34
  68. The Flight from Reality
    4.Cutting Loose from Reality
    The Freeman, January 1965, pp. 45-58
  69. The Flight from Reality
    8.The Deactivation of History
    The Freeman, May 1965, pp. 20-33
  70. The Flight from Reality
    13. The "Democratic" Elite
    The Freeman, October 1965, pp. 44-58
  71. The Flight from Reality
    12. The Democratic Illusion
    The Freeman, September 1965, pp. 23-37
  72. The Flight from Reality
    23. The Flight from the Constitution, I
    The Freeman, August 1966, pp. 45-59
  73. The Flight from Reality
    17.From Ideology to Mythology II
    The Freeman, February 1966, pp. 24-37
  74. The Flight from Reality
    22. Divide and Conquer
    The Freeman, July 1966, pp. 38-49
  75. The Flight from Reality
    18. The Origins of Reform Methods
    The Freeman, March 1966, pp. 8-22
  76. The Flight from Reality
    20. Meliorist Economics
    The Freeman, May 1966, pp. 33-47
  77. The Flight from Reality
    26. Conclusion: the Pen AND the Sword
    The Freeman, November 1966, pp. 36-55
  78. The Flight from Reality
    25. Political Experimentation, the Four-Year Plans
    The Freeman, October 1966, pp. 30-43
  79. The Flight from Reality
    24. The Flight from The Constitution, II
    The Freeman, September 1966, pp. 35-49
  80. [+]
    Foolish Consistency (Review)
    Defending My Enemy, by Aryeh Neier
    1. Defending My Enemy by Aryeh Neier
    Chronicles, September 1979, pp. 16-17
  81. The Foundations of American Constitutional Gove... (1995)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  82. The Founding of the American Republic
    Training for self-government, but subject. as always, to the wisdom to do it well.
    The Freeman, November 1971, pp. 667-677
  83. The Founding of the American Republic: 1.The American Epic 1760-1800
    Introducing a series on the unique American experiment in freedom under limited governm...
    The Freeman, August 1971, pp. 451-459
  84. The Founding of the American Republic: 10. The Declaration of Independence
    Examining it in context, for its relevance then and today.
    The Freeman, May 1972, pp. 273-283
  85. The Founding of the American Republic: 11.The War for Independence
    Concerning the distinction between declaring for independence and achieving it in pract...
    The Freeman, June 1972, pp. 341-354
  86. The Founding of the American Republic: 12. The Scourge of Inflation
    The early American attempts at deficit financing were "Not worth a continental."
    The Freeman, July 1972, pp. 419-433
  87. The Founding of the American Republic: 13. The American Triumph
    The military victory and the peaceful triumph of freedom that followed.
    The Freeman, August 1972, pp. 471-485
  88. The Founding of the American Republic: 14. Freeing the Individual
    The strengthening of the institutions of freedom in the various states just following t...
    The Freeman, September 1972, pp. 550-561
  89. The Founding of the American Republic: 15. The Critical Period
    The weakness of governments during the early post-war years of the confederacy gave ris...
    The Freeman, October 1972, pp. 616-627
  90. The Founding of the American Republic: 16. Making the Constitution
    The background of the men and the miracle they wrought at the convention in Philadelphia.
    The Freeman, November 1972, pp. 684-699
  91. The Founding of the American Republic: 17. Principles of the Constitution
    The concepts of federalism, republicanism, separation of powers, limited government, an...
    The Freeman, December 1972, pp. 734-746
  92. The Founding of the American Republic: 18. The Bill of Rights
    The arguments and arrangements for a listing of protections against governmental infrin...
    The Freeman, January 1973, pp. 31-44
  93. The Founding of the American Republic: 19. Establishing the Government
    The story of the men and events in the precarious beginnings of union under the constit...
    The Freeman, February 1973, pp. 85-98
  94. The Founding of the American Republic: 2. The English Heritage
    The British tradition persisted and was preserved and developed in many ways in the new...
    The Freeman, September 1971, pp. 524-535
  95. The Founding of the American Republic: 20. Steering a Course for the Nation
    Laying the foundations of financial stability, foreign policy, party checks and balance...
    The Freeman, March 1973, pp. 165-182
  96. The Founding of the American Republic: 21. The Beacon of Liberty
    "They had relighted the beacon of liberty; it remains for those who come after to keep ...
    The Freeman, April 1973, pp. 195-206
  97. The Founding of the American Republic: 3. The Colonial Religious Experience
    Experiences in the colonies that eventually displaced the idea of the "established" chu...
    The Freeman, October 1971, pp. 621-634
  98. The Founding of the American Republic: 5. The Enlightenment Impetus
    An emphasis on reason, natural law, and balance, with a thrust toward liberty.
    The Freeman, December 1971, pp. 731-742
  99. The Founding of the American Republic: 6. The Mercantile Impasse
    How British mercantile policies interfered with business and trade in the colonies and ...
    The Freeman, January 1972, pp. 42-54
  100. The Founding of the American Republic: 7. The First American Crisis: 1763-66
    How George III and parliament set the stage for colonial resistance.
    The Freeman, February 1972, pp. 112-124
  101. The Founding of the American Republic: 8. British Acts Become Intolerable
    Parliamentary pressures after 1766 lead eventually to open warfare.
    The Freeman, March 1972, pp. 147-159
  102. The Founding of the American Republic: 9. Prelude to Independence
    A study in slow motion of the final aggravations that brought separation.
    The Freeman, April 1971, pp. 232-234
  103. The Founding of the American Republic: 9. Prelude to Independence
    A study in slow motion of the final aggravations that brought separation.
    The Freeman, April 1972, pp. 232-244
  104. Free Enterprise: The Key to Prosperity
    Enterprise in behalf of freedom and free men.
    The Freeman, October 1985, pp. 584-599
  105. The Fruits of Independence
    For limited government, personal freedom, free trade, and the voluntary way.
    The Freeman, September 1984, pp. 552-565
  106. The General Welfare
    The modern use of the term, as distinguished from the Constitutional intent.
    The Freeman, August 1983, pp. 487-494
  107. George Washington on Liberty and Order
    A review of the great truths set forth in Washington's farewell address.
    The Freeman, February 1983, pp. 67-75
  108. Government Empowers Unions
    How governmental powers of coercion were vested in unions-with harmful consequences.
    The Freeman, November 1980, pp. 677-689
  109. Having Our Cake and Eating It, Too
    The Freeman, December 1961, pp. 3-11
  110. Health Care: Cross Questions and Crooked Answers
    Need for medical care depends on the individual's design for living.
    The Freeman, May 1980, pp. 271-277
  111. The Hidden Fallacies Behind Intervention
    Man and the market economy are of a nature that cannot be improved or repaired by coerc...
    The Freeman, October 1979, pp. 606-617
  112. An Ideology for Unions
    Socialism's vision of the good society undergirds union actions against alleged injusti...
    The Freeman, February 1980, pp. 109-120
  113. The Imitation of England
    The United States has followed the path toward socialism as first trod by England.
    The Freeman, August 1980, pp. 470-483
  114. The Impact of Intervention
    Government intervention dams up and diverts the energies of the people; freedom release...
    The Freeman, May 1971, pp. 274-284
  115. The Impact of Unionism
    Tracing the economic consequences of the socialist theory implicit in union practices.
    The Freeman, February 1981, pp. 103-115
  116. individual Liberty in the Crucible of History
    1. The Foundations of American Liberty
    The Freeman, May 1962, pp. 20-28
  117. Individualism Versus Commonism
    The Freeman, February 1963, pp. 34-43
  118. Judicial Monopoly Over the Constitution: Jefferson's View
    A strict construction of the idea of limited powers.
    The Freeman, October 1983, pp. 605-615
  119. A Law for Governments
    Those who govern must be limited by law if the citizenry is to be free.
    The Freeman, January 1970, pp. 31-39
  120. [+]
    Lawful Killing in the Barbaric Present (Review)
    Sentenced to Die, by Stephen H. Gettinger
    1. Sentenced to Die by Stephen H. Gettinger
    Chronicles, January 1980, pp. 16-17
  121. The Meaning of Federalism
    The relationship between the general government, state governments and individual rights.
    The Freeman, January 1983, pp. 12-23
  122. Missing Chapters from American History
    How religious, economic, and personal freedom gave way to coercive intervention.
    The Freeman, August 1981, pp. 489-498
  123. The Need for Political Theory
    Tracing the origins and debasement of political theory in the United States.
    The Freeman, January 1984, pp. 27-38
  124. The New Feudalism
    The Freeman, July 1967, pp. 432-444
  125. The New Orthodoxy
    Modern Age, Fall 1964, pp. 360-367
  126. [+]
    Of Marxian Bondage (Review)
    Unrepentant Radical, by Sidney Lens
    1. Unrepentant Radical by Sidney Lens
    Chronicles, November 1980, pp. 28-29
  127. Of Rights - Natural and Arbitrary
    The Freeman, March 1962, pp. 30-37
  128. Organized Irresponsibility
    The Freeman, March 1967, pp. 164-174
  129. Organizing Government Employees
    Vesting unions with an awesome political power.
    The Freeman, December 1980, pp. 712-723
  130. The Origins of American Unions
    The union objective is to reduce the supply of labor available in a craft, profession, ...
    The Freeman, January 1980, pp. 12-24
  131. Permanent Depression
    Government regulations and controls depress production so that human wants go unsatisfied.
    The Freeman, December 1979, pp. 743-751
  132. The Power to Tax Is the Power to Destroy
    Reasons why the functions and the spending and taxing powers of government ought to be ...
    The Freeman, October 1976, pp. 613-625
  133. Prescription for Expensive Education
    Exploring possible paths to improved education at less expense.
    The Freeman, March 1982, pp. 155-164
  134. Primitivism: the Thrust of Government Intervention
    The intrusion of government into market activities leads back toward the primitive life.
    The Freeman, June 1983, pp. 328-338
  135. Problem or Opportunity?
    When the garbage business is monopolized by government, how do we know whether a given ...
    The Freeman, October 1969, pp. 622-628
  136. The Property Basis of Rights
    All right are dependent on property for their conception, delineation and exercise.
    The Freeman, September 1980, pp. 543-553
  137. A Question of Being Productive
    A quest for more constructive categories of those in or out of the work force.
    The Freeman, October 1982, pp. 579-586
  138. Reasoning on the Nature of Things
    How natural rights derive from basic concepts concerning the nature of things.
    The Freeman, February 1982, pp. 94-103
  139. The Rebirth of Liberty (1973)
    The Founding of the American Republic 1760-1800
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  140. Reflections on Amusement Parks-Among Other Closed Systems
    The customer stands and waits when the market is not allowed to function effectively.
    The Freeman, November 1976, pp. 643-653
  141. Reformer Watching
    It pays to keep an eye on those who would use government to make us better.
    The Freeman, April 1981, pp. 203-206
  142. The Relics of Intervention :5. New Deal Welfarism
    The growing welfare burdens largely began in the new deal of the mid-thirties.
    The Freeman, August 1982, pp. 451-463
  143. The Relics of Intervention: 1. Populism
    Signs today of the impact of the populist movement of the late 1800s.
    The Freeman, April 1982, pp. 195-206
  144. The Relics of Intervention: 3. The New Deal Bent to Inflation
    The depression paved the way for further regulation and control.
    The Freeman, June 1982, pp. 367-380
  145. The Relics of Intervention:2.Progressivism
    The progressive movement of the early twentieth century carries over into the 1982s.
    The Freeman, May 1982, pp. 305-317
  146. The Relics of Intervention:4. New Deal Collective Planning
    New Deal planning still plagues us today.
    The Freeman, July 1982, pp. 414-425
  147. The Relics of Intervention:6.Conclusion:The Relic of an Idea
    The idea persists that government should actively intervene in our lives.
    The Freeman, September 1982, pp. 542-553
  148. The Reversal: Liberty into Servitude
    Concerning the erosion of the concept and the practice of liberty since the founding of...
    The Freeman, May 1975, pp. 277-283
  149. The Rise and Fall of England 5. Liberty and Property Secured
    Not so much through new guarantees as by gradual repeal of old prohibitions and restrai...
    The Freeman, July 1968, pp. 428-438
  150. The Rise and Fall of England
    2. Pre-industrial England
    The Freeman, April 1968, pp. 219-231
  151. The Rise and Fall of England
    1. This Sceptered Isle
    The Freeman, March 1968, pp. 147-157
  152. The Rise and Fall of England: 10. the Victorian Way: Affirmed and Rejected
    How romantics and reformers cast off the measures by which England had risen to greatness
    The Freeman, December 1968, pp. 745-757
  153. The Rise and Fall of England: 11. The Fabian Thrust to Socialism
    Concerning the history of the Society and its development since 1884
    The Freeman, January 1969, pp. 14-24
  154. The Rise and Fall of England: 12. The Fabian Program
    Describing the steps from municipal to national control of industry and trade.
    The Freeman, February 1969, pp. 81-90
  155. The Rise and Fall of England: 13. Reform Ideas into Political Action
    How the Liberal Party under Lloyd George gave way to the Labour Party and political imp...
    The Freeman, March 1969, pp. 158-170
  156. The Rise and Fall of England: 14. The Decline of England
    Within the broad setting of the disintegration of the European order, England declined ...
    The Freeman, April 1969, pp. 205-218
  157. The Rise and Fall of England: 15. Socialism in Power
    Regulations and controls under Labor government following World War II.
    The Freeman, May 1969, pp. 300-309
  158. The Rise and Fall of England: 16. The Fall of England (Part I)
    The anomaly of the collapse under socialism of a victor nation in World War II.
    The Freeman, June 1969, pp. 335-345
  159. The Rise and Fall of England: 17. The Fall of England (Conclusion)
    Concerning primarily the dissolution of the Empire and the spread of communism into the...
    The Freeman, July 1969, pp. 427-435
  160. The Rise and Fall of England: 3. Political Foundations of Liberty
    A review of political steps taken to establish and safeguard the rights of the individu...
    The Freeman, May 1968, pp. 282-292
  161. The Rise and Fall of England: 4. The Intellectual Thrust to Liberty
    The economic and political rise of England as a world power grew out of the ideas thoug...
    The Freeman, June 1968, pp. 359-370
  162. The Rise and Fall of England: 6. The Moral Base
    Especially covering the Puritan influence and the effect of the evangelical Protestant ...
    The Freeman, August 1968, pp. 467-477
  163. The Rise and Fall of England: 7. The Industrial Surge
    Describing the improved agricultural and industrial production and trade during the eig...
    The Freeman, September 1968, pp. 532-543
  164. The Rise and Fall of England: 8. Pax Britannica
    The British contributions during a century largely characterized by world peace and hum...
    The Freeman, October 1968, pp. 624-635
  165. The Rise and Fall of England: 9 The Workshop of the World
    A review of the improved human condition accompanying industrialization in England, wor...
    The Freeman, November 1968, pp. 663-672
  166. [+]
    The Senior Executives' Drivel (Review)
    Takeover, by Herb Schmertz and Larry Woods
    1. Takeover by Herb Schmertz and Larry Woods
    Chronicles, September 1980, pp. 34-35
  167. [+]
    The Specter of "Unused Capacity" (Review)
    James J. Hill and the Opening of the Northwest, by Albro Martin
    1. James J. Hill and the Opening of the Northwest by Albro Martin
    The Freeman, July 1977, pp. 444-445
  168. [+]
    Speculating About Justice (Review)
    The Law of the Land, by Charles Rembar
    1. The Law of the Land by Charles Rembar
    Chronicles, January 1981, p. 25
  169. Swimming Against the Tide (1999)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  170. There Ought Not to Be a Law
    The more government attempts to reform us the more it spreads injustices inherent in th...
    The Freeman, June 1976, pp. 340-355
  171. Thomas Jefferson: Liberty and Power
    This month marks the 250th anniversary of Jefferson's birth.
    The Freeman, April 1993, pp. 141-148
  172. Throttling the Railroads (1971)
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  173. Throttling the Railroads (Conclusion): 9. The Future of the Railroads
    If the railroads and their customers are to survive, it's time to stop government inter...
    The Freeman, January 1971, pp. 39-47
  174. Throttling the Railroads: 1. The Railroad Problem
    Clearly identifying the problem improves the chance that it may be resolved.
    The Freeman, May 1970, pp. 259-266
  175. Throttling the Railroads: 2.Aiding the Railroads: 1830-1871
    A historical review of the local, state, and Federal government grants in the building ...
    The Freeman, June 1970, pp. 354-366
  176. Throttling the Railroads: 3.The Thrust to Regulation
    How the people and their politicians turned in the 1870's from pampering to punishing a...
    The Freeman, July 1970, pp. 401-413
  177. Throttling the Railroads: 5. Early Regulation-1887-1920
    Covering the early stages of federal regulation and control through world war ?.
    The Freeman, September 1970, pp. 556-566
  178. Throttling the Railroads: 6. Railroads in the Grip of Government
    The sad story of the past half-century's holding action against disaster.
    The Freeman, October 1970, pp. 623-632
  179. Throttling the Railroads: 7. The Grip of Privileged Competitors
    Subsidizing the competition, while strangling a business, spells trouble for all.
    The Freeman, November 1970, pp. 684-694
  180. Throttling the Railroads: 8.The Grip of the Unions
    How the government fostered the growth of labor unions and aided in their hamstringing ...
    The Freeman, December 1970, pp. 742-754
  181. Throttling the Railroads:4.The Nature of Railroading
    Many of the criticisms and regulations of rail services stem from misunderstanding of t...
    The Freeman, August 1970, pp. 455-465
  182. The Trouble with Farming
    A risky business at best, but now beset with the consequences of massive intervention.
    The Freeman, May 1983, pp. 286-298
  183. Union Contest with Government
    Union violence threatens the government's monopoly of the use of force for the protecti...
    The Freeman, June 1980, pp. 337-349
  184. Unionism Revisited
    Correcting some possible misconceptions concerning the nature of labor union policies a...
    The Freeman, April 1984, pp. 209-218
  185. Unions as an Established Religion
    When government empowered unions, it established a religion-the religion of socialism.
    The Freeman, January 1981, pp. 47-59
  186. The War on the Poor (1968)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  187. What Is Economy?
    Economy concerns how we live in a world much subject to political influences.
    The Freeman, July 1976, pp. 423-435
  188. What's This About Solar Energy?
    It often in more efficient to achieve our ends in a roundabout way, through the use of ...
    The Freeman, March 1981, pp. 131-138
  189. Whither Independence-1980 A.D.?
    A day on which the American spirit of independence is rekindled would be worth celebrat...
    The Freeman, July 1980, pp. 387-398
  190. "Who's in Control of the Country?"
    Who will control the government if individuals lack self-control?
    The Freeman, July 1981, pp. 390-398
  191. Winter of Decision: 1775-1776
    A government of laws or of men?
    The Freeman, July 1971, pp. 387-390
  192. Work and Liberty
    The modern disparagement of the "work ethic" is a campaign against individual growth an...
    The Freeman, August 1976, pp. 485-494
  193. World in the Grip of an Idea 10. Germany: National Socialism in Power
    Hitler comes to power through the politics of collectivism.
    The Freeman, October 1977, pp. 584-597
  194. World in the Grip of an Idea 11. Germany: The Promise and the Terror
    Nazi violence, cloaked in legality, wipes out pockets of possible resistance.
    The Freeman, November 1977, pp. 659-672
  195. World in the Grip of an Idea 12. Nazi-Soviet Parallels
    The grisly similarity is a result of a similar cause: the commitment to collectivism.
    The Freeman, December 1977, pp. 712-725
  196. World in the Grip of an Idea 13. World War ?:The Socialist Conflagration
    The fury of people whose civilized restraints had been weakened and cut away by ideology.
    The Freeman, January 1978, pp. 38-50
  197. World in the Grip of an Idea 15. Sweden: The Matrix of Tradition and Gradualism
    The twilight zone of gradualism or evolutionary socialism, as exemplified by Sweden.
    The Freeman, March 1978, pp. 150-162
  198. World in the Grip of an Idea 16. Sweden: The Paternal State
    The curious notion of the paternal state could hardly have come from a careful study of...
    The Freeman, April 1978, pp. 223-234
  199. World in the Grip of an Idea 17. Sweden: Tightening the Screws
    Socialism operates under the cloak of democracy to undermine the freedom of the individ...
    The Freeman, May 1978, pp. 278-290
  200. World in the Grip of an Idea 18. The United States: A Republic and Gradualism
    Concerning obstacles governments have thrown in the way of private enterprise.
    The Freeman, June 1978, pp. 349-362
  201. World in the Grip of an Idea 19. The United States: The Concentration of Power
    Concerning the centralization of political power and its manipulation at crucial pressu...
    The Freeman, July 1978, pp. 425-436
  202. World in the Grip of an Idea 20. The United States: Business as an Instrument of Politi...
    Government control over business makes business the instrument of government control of...
    The Freeman, August 1978, pp. 463-474
  203. World in the Grip of an Idea 21. The United States: The Thrust to Transformation
    The communications industry as alien force to transform society.
    The Freeman, September 1978, pp. 546-557
  204. World in the Grip of an Idea 22. The United States: A Bemused People
    The deliberate breakdown of social standards and norms leaves the individual confused.
    The Freeman, October 1978, pp. 593-602
  205. World in the Grip of an Idea 23. The Cold War: Revolutionary vs. Evolutionary Socialism
    The distinction between principled and tactical opposition to communism.
    The Freeman, November 1978, pp. 661-673
  206. World in the Grip of an Idea 24. The Cold War: The Spread of Communism
    Communism is less a political theory than a set of claims and promises-justifications-f...
    The Freeman, December 1978, pp. 725-738
  207. World in the Grip of an Idea 25. The Cold War: Terrorizing Many Lands
    A world survey of the vital role of terror tactics in the communist drive for power.
    The Freeman, January 1979, pp. 18-31
  208. World in the Grip of an Idea 26. The Cold War: The Spread of Communism
    An intellectual pressure to the collectivization of power, advanced as democracy.
    The Freeman, February 1979, pp. 102-114
  209. World in the Grip of an Idea 27.The Cold War: Foreign Aid
    How economic and military aid has been used to sustain and promote socialism internatio...
    The Freeman, March 1979, pp. 143-156
  210. World in the Grip of an Idea 28. The Cold War: The Third World
    Obscuring the distinction between communism and gradualist socialism in developing coun...
    The Freeman, April 1979, pp. 214-226
  211. World in the Grip of an Idea 29. The Cold War: Co-Existence, Detente, and Convergence
    In the thrust for power, dim are the prospects for co-Existence and peace.
    The Freeman, May 1979, pp. 271-283
  212. World in the Grip of an Idea 3. Evolutionary Socialism
    Not by revolution, but through gradualism, democratism, and statism.
    The Freeman, March 1977, pp. 170-181
  213. World in the Grip of an Idea 30. The Individual: Victim of the Idea
    The tendency of organizations is toward a governing force that reduces the independence...
    The Freeman, June 1979, pp. 352-366
  214. World in the Grip of an Idea 31. The Subjugation of the Individual
    Using members to reduce the individual and subject him to the purposes of those in power.
    The Freeman, July 1979, pp. 430-443
  215. World in the Grip of an Idea 32. The Restoration of the Individual
    The Good News that individual man is valuable beyond compare.
    The Freeman, August 1979, pp. 485-498
  216. World in the Grip of an Idea 33. Conclusion: Loosening the Grip of the Idea
    The individual is responsible for tending to his own business and fulfilling his purpose.
    The Freeman, September 1979, pp. 530-543
  217. World in the Grip of an Idea 5. Russia: The Revolution Commences
    The ruthless seizure of power by Lenin and the Bolsheviks in 1917 and thereafter.
    The Freeman, May 1977, pp. 264-278
  218. World in the Grip of an Idea 6. Russia: The Communist Facade
    Communists have built facades to assist those who want and need to believe that communi...
    The Freeman, June 1977, pp. 347-360
  219. World in the Grip of an Idea 7.Russia: The Reign of Terror
    How terror is used to bring submission to communist party rule.
    The Freeman, July 1977, pp. 403-417
  220. World in the Grip of an Idea 8. Russia: Impotent Populace and Massive State
    Soviet communism has failed economically but has succeeded in erecting a massive state ...
    The Freeman, August 1977, pp. 477-491
  221. World in the Grip of an Idea 9. Germany: Ideology Contends for Power, 1918-1930
    Concerning the emergence of Nazism and Hitler out of contending factions.
    The Freeman, September 1977, pp. 545-559
  222. The World in the Grip of an Idea Revisited
    The Freeman, May 1996, pp. 253-259
  223. The World in the Grip of An Idea (1980)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  224. World in the Grip of an Idea: 2. Marxism: Revolutionary Socialism
    The modus operand of Marxism is destruction-Tyrannous revolution.
    The Freeman, February 1977, pp. 91-102
  225. World in the Grip of an Idea: 4.Russia: Old Regime and New Revolutionaries
    No close link between the end of the czars and the gangster rule of the communists.
    The Freeman, April 1977, pp. 221-233
  226. World in the Grip of an Idea:14. World War ?: The Bitter Fruit of Ideology
    Revolutionary socialism involves drastic and forceful measures total war.
    The Freeman, February 1978, pp. 102-115
  227. World in the Grip of and Idea 1. The Idea
    The common name is "Socialism"; at the deeper level," the new humanism."
    The Freeman, January 1977, pp. 9-23
  228. "You Can't Turn Back the Clock!"
    The Freeman, October 1961, pp. 45-51
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