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  1. The Big Nag
    Is there no escape from bureaucratic badgering?
    The Freeman, November 1991, p. 428
  2. Electability
    Only leaders are presently electable, but a free society does not need leaders.
    The Freeman, October 1992, pp. 390-391
  3. First-Person Singular
    A profound cleavage in our national makeup seriously impedes communication.
    The Freeman, January 1992, pp. 41-42
  4. Freedom Is Not Elected
    Representative government is no guarantor of liberty.
    The Freeman, October 1991, p. 387
  5. Hitting the Phantom Curve
    Over-extended government is a rigged game.
    The Freeman, July 1991, pp. 266-267
  6. How to Be an Individual
    The purpose of individuality is excellence, not outlandishness.
    The Freeman, September 1991, pp. 353-354
  7. Karl Marx: An Irrelevant Man
    Does Marx have anything to say to the American people?
    The Freeman, August 1991, pp. 315-316
  8. The Locker Room Is Private Property
    A business owner has the right to admit anyone he chooses.
    The Freeman, May 1991, p. 189
  9. Microcosm: The Decline of U.S. Competitiveness
    How increased government intervention has hampered American productivity.
    The Freeman, June 1992, pp. 234-235
  10. A Most Sensible Man
    The legacy of Adam Smith
    The Freeman, May 1992, pp. 178-179
  11. Mr. McAllister's List
    An ever-changing" Four Hundred" reflects the dynamic nature of a free society.
    The Freeman, February 1992, pp. 56-57
  12. The One-Minute Shed
    Inside the bureaucratic mind
    The Freeman, August 1996, pp. 559-560
  13. Pigeons and Property Rights
    Property rights are the cornerstone of all human rights.
    The Freeman, April 1991, pp. 133-134
  14. Reflections on a Failure
    The death of socialism.
    The Freeman, October 1997, pp. 602-603
  15. The Rifle by the Door
    For capitalism to succeed, there must be a remnant of free-thinking, free-acting indivi...
    The Freeman, July 1992, p. 273
  16. Sports: The Great American Surrogate
    What government has taken away, the Yankees, Bears, and Lakers have put back.
    The Freeman, March 1992, pp. 122-123
  17. The Terrible D-Word
    Discrimination in the private and public sectors.
    The Freeman, March 1991, pp. 84-85
  18. A Toast to the Holidays
    A seasonal message of hope.
    The Freeman, December 1991, pp. 444-445
  19. The $100 Tree Fern
    An item or service is worth only what another person is willing to pay.
    The Freeman, August 1992, p. 310
  20. You Missed the Point, Bernie
    No, it isn't in the Constitution.
    The Freeman, December 1990, pp. 454-455
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