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  1. "Affected with a Public Interest"
    The law has made a distinction that lacks economic and moral justification.
    The Freeman, September 1978, pp. 515-524
  2. The Charade of Participatory Democracy
    Public hearings are a snare and a delusion.
    The Freeman, February 1991, pp. 71-75
  3. Choice or Chains
    Men free to choose among alternatives may dwell in harmony, not in chains.
    The Freeman, April 1974, pp. 199-204
  4. Commitment
    For silent devotion to principle and open demonstration of purpose.
    The Freeman, March 1977, pp. 182-186
  5. The Concept of Value in Ethics and Economics
    The most important reason why a man chooses freedom.
    The Freeman, February 1975, pp. 115-123
  6. The Consummate Role Player
    He does his job, and does it well.
    The Freeman, September 1984, pp. 549-551
  7. Does Government Vicarious Liability Make Any Sense?
    The Freeman, March 2008, pp. 26-29
  8. The Elements of a Fair System of Taxation
    In search of a better way to finance limited government.
    The Freeman, September 1982, pp. 528-541
  9. Essay on Caring
    Pitfalls in the political process of caring for others.
    The Freeman, April 1985, pp. 230-234
  10. Ezekiel's Job
    Wisdom concerning the differences between proper belief and proper respect for the beli...
    The Freeman, September 1990, pp. 330-334
  11. The Fine Art of Cheating
    How coercive programs invite corrupt practices among beneficiaries and victims.
    The Freeman, November 1982, pp. 643-649
  12. The Illusion of Certainty
    Among fallible beings, certainty is forever an illusion
    The Freeman, November 1984, pp. 669-679
  13. In Pursuit of Happiness
    An integral part of the property right to life and liberty.
    The Freeman, June 1976, pp. 365-376
  14. In Quest of Justice
    Man's nature and justice in inter-human relationships.
    The Freeman, May 1974, pp. 301-310
  15. In the Name of Protection
    Unseen damages by those who profess to help.
    The Freeman, July 1984, pp. 411-415
  16. Individual Liberty and the Rule of Law
    Tracing the role of the law, and the limitations upon government, for the maximization ...
    The Freeman, June 1971, pp. 357-378
  17. Individual Responsibility
    True freedom cannot exist in the absence of individual responsibility.
    The Freeman, January 1976, pp. 42-51
  18. "Insider Trading": The Moral Issue
    The ethics of gaining and using inside business information.
    The Freeman, November 1987, pp. 409-414
  19. Intrusions Great and Small
    The Freeman, May 2007, pp. 21-23
  20. Invasive Government and the Destruction of Certainty
    How law and legislation have called all in doubt.
    The Freeman, January 1988, pp. 11-19
  21. The Irony of Eternal Vigilance
    A warning against trying political action to get one's "fair share."
    The Freeman, December 1983, pp. 729-731
  22. The Liability Crisis
    The "liability crisis" is a manifestation of an all-Encompassing liberty crisis.
    The Freeman, January 1987, pp. 12-27
  23. A Meaningful Franchise
    The Voter's Complete Choice
    Reason, April 1975, pp. 18-29
  24. Mr. Dickens Was Right
    The sad state of the law in twentieth-century america.
    The Freeman, January 1994, pp. 8-12
  25. The Myth of Self-Regulation
    Behind many of the efforts at industry self-control lurks the coercive power of the state.
    The Freeman, October 1983, pp. 621-629
  26. The Myth of the Perfect Solution
    Neither men nor their institutions are perfect, but we need the freedom to keep trying ...
    The Freeman, February 1973, pp. 105-113
  27. No-Fault Insurance Means No Moral Responsibility
    A closer look at some of the moral and legal implications of the "no-fault" philosophy.
    The Freeman, August 1973, pp. 486-506
  28. On Recapturing Liberty
    Let man's coercive nature give way to the creativity of individual choice.
    The Freeman, May 1979, pp. 304-314
  29. Our Fair Share
    Our fair share consists of that which we create and acquire in non-Aggressive manner.
    The Freeman, March 1984, pp. 147-155
  30. Police Power: Sovereignty's Sledgehammer
    The nature of police power and how it encroaches on freedom, if unlimited.
    The Freeman, November 1975, pp. 677-687
  31. Prior Restraint
    Tracing the origin and impact of an impressive legal concept.
    The Freeman, October 1981, pp. 609-614
  32. The Problem with Power
    The urge to force improvement of others often precludes their voluntary cooperation.
    The Freeman, March 1978, pp. 169-174
  33. The Rationale for Liberty
    Put simply, freedom must reign because it works and it is just.
    The Freeman, April 1973, pp. 222-229
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    A Reviewer's Notebook (Review)
    Two Concepts of the Rule of Law, by Gottfried Dietze
    1. Two Concepts of the Rule of Law by Gottfried Dietze
    The Freeman, January 1974, pp. 61-64
  35. Rx for Political Peace: A Quiet Internal Revolution
    Instead of violence to improve others, let each peacefully attend to his own upgrading.
    The Freeman, December 1973, pp. 722-730
  36. A Second Face of Justice
    Reconciling individual and universal aspects of justice.
    The Freeman, December 1984, pp. 717-724
  37. The Social Role of Business
    Not to pose as moral arbiter but to serve the subjective needs of the populace.
    The Freeman, October 1982, pp. 611-626
  38. The Source of Sovereignty
    A review of the origin of the concept of sovereignty and its relation to freedom and ju...
    The Freeman, March 1982, pp. 167-175
  39. "Speak for Yourself, John" Revisited
    Presume not to live another's life for him
    The Freeman, September 1974, pp. 522-525
  40. Stewards of the Candle, Keepers of the Flame
    The stewardship of property and its transfer
    The Freeman, August 1984, pp. 455-464
  41. The Texture of Society
    The nature and uses of government and of market transactions as means to the free society.
    The Freeman, August 1977, pp. 495-504
  42. The Theory of Due Reparations
    How the doctrine of special treatment for special harms threatens liberty.
    The Freeman, June 1990, pp. 209-212
  43. The Unkept Promise
    How the promise of a constitutional republic was breached-and how that promise may be r...
    The Freeman, October 1987, pp. 364-369
  44. Vive La Difference
    The vision of the New World.
    The Freeman, June 1991, pp. 215-216
  45. The Voluntarist's Role
    A call for action, of the reflective type that denotes self-responsibility.
    The Freeman, January 1974, pp. 10-17
  46. Welfare as a Right
    If it is a right, rather than a privilege, someone must be bound to deliver.
    The Freeman, November 1973, pp. 663-671
  47. Why Right Does Not Triumph
    Seven stumbling blocks examined-and ways around them.
    The Freeman, August 1981, pp. 456-466
  48. You Can't Sell Freedom to a Starving Man
    But the truth is that for untold centuries before the discovery of freedom, men starved.
    The Freeman, December 1976, pp. 739-748
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