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    Aristotle Shrugged (Review)
    Educating for Virtue, by Joseph Baldacchino
    1. Educating for Virtue by Joseph Baldacchino
    Chronicles, September 1988, pp. 36-37
  2. The Blindness of Macro-Economics
    A call to exchange the welfare state for the personal liberty guaranteed in the constit...
    The Freeman, November 1974, pp. 643-651
  3. Blunders of the Founding Fathers
    Attending to a few chinks in the national armor.
    The Freeman, February 1975, pp. 95-104
  4. Competition
    The case for competition and suggestions for curbing the restraints upon it.
    The Freeman, September 1980, pp. 554-557
  5. Do You Want to Live Forever?
    An obsession for security is the enemy of freedom, and a threat to our survival.
    The Freeman, March 1974, pp. 155-162
  6. Free Giving vs. the Welfare State
    Personal giving is the only kind: and it is best done voluntarily.
    The Freeman, February 1972, pp. 109-111
  7. If We Want Reindustrialization
    The industrial age stems from sound money and a tree market.
    The Freeman, July 1984, pp. 438-444
  8. Interventionist Liberalism and the Fast Lane
    The new liberalism lacks staying power.
    The Freeman, November 1985, pp. 655-657
  9. Mother Nature: Friend or Foe?
    The eternal struggle between nature and culture.
    The Freeman, April 1976, pp. 202-205
  10. The Right to Be Wrong - and the Obligation to Be Right
    To the right of free speech is forever attached the obligation to be right.
    The Freeman, November 1973, pp. 680-684
  11. What Is Philanthropy?
    If private charity is demeaning, how may we describe governmental redistribution?
    The Freeman, September 1974, pp. 526-531
  12. Why Is Liberalism Endemic?
    Concerning the continued popularity of a social system that is such a failure.
    The Freeman, October 1974, pp. 595-601
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