Arthur Foulkes


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The Magic of Free Trade

OCTOBER 22, 2012 by ARTHUR FOULKES

Despite the bad rap it gets, free trade is the key to economic progress. Arthur Foulkes has the details.

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Eating Disorder: How Governments Raise Food Prices

Government Interventions Infest and Choke Agriculture Markets Like Weeds

SEPTEMBER 01, 2008 by ARTHUR FOULKES

It Just Ain't So

Milton Friedman Is to Blame for Unsafe Food?

Krugman's Cry Understates the Market's Ability to Provide Food-Quality Assurance

OCTOBER 01, 2007 by ARTHUR FOULKES

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Capitalism and Democracy

NOVEMBER 01, 2006 by ARTHUR FOULKES

Democracy and liberty can coexist only if public opinion favors private property rights and individual freedom over coercion.

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The High Cost of Misunderstanding Gasoline Economics

Why Do Prices Rise after Disasters?

APRIL 01, 2006 by ARTHUR FOULKES

It Just Ain't So

Regulations Improve the Free Market?

The Source of Most "Market Failures" Can Be Traced to Government

NOVEMBER 01, 2005 by ARTHUR FOULKES

Despite its remarkable record the free market remains for many people a tough sell. Even those who on balance support free enterprise hesitate to give unregulated market forces their full endorsement.

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