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Why Not More Liberty?

People Have a Desire to Impose Their Will on Others

JULY 05, 2010 by RUSSELL ROBERTS

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The End Run to Freedom

Implementing Private Solutions Can Help Us Market the Virtues of Freedom to the Skeptics

JUNE 01, 2006 by RUSSELL ROBERTS

What does the future hold for economic life in the United States? Will we move toward greater freedom or less? What role will ideas and rhetoric play, if any, in making sure that the direction is one that lovers of freedom prefer?

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It's Always Something

There Is No Shortage of Threats for the Economically Ignorant

MARCH 01, 2006 by RUSSELL ROBERTS

Our economy is in the middle of an extraordinary run of success.

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Supply, Demand, Inventory

Inventory Smoothes Price Fluctuations in the Face of Shifting Supply and Demand

NOVEMBER 01, 2005 by RUSSELL ROBERTS

Supply-and-demand analysis is the bread and butter of classroom economics. All over America as the leaves change color and college commences, professors of economics are shifting supply and demand curves and showing how the price of a good changes in response.

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Who Hates Wal-Mart and Why?

Competitors Turn to Politicians to Hamstring Wal-Mart

JULY 01, 2005 by RUSSELL ROBERTS

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Half Full or Half Empty?

We Should Treat Free-Market Solutions as Inevitable

APRIL 01, 2005 by RUSSELL ROBERTS

The Pursuit of Happiness

Traitor or Trader?

SEPTEMBER 01, 2004 by RUSSELL ROBERTS

Daniel Sumner is in trouble. Sumner, an agricultural economist at UC Davis, has been accused of betraying his country. What has Sumner done? Given the charge, you might assume that he has aided terrorists or leaked nuclear secrets. Or perhaps shared some sophisticated technology with America's enemies.

The Pursuit of Happiness

Have a Canadian Orange

Do Lower Prices Kill Jobs?

MAY 01, 2004 by RUSSELL ROBERTS

Suppose gasoline became so expensive that getting oranges to Wisconsin raised their price to $3 each. If that price were expected to persist for a long time, there would probably arise a Wisconsin citrus industry with all the trimmings. Orange orchards would be planted near the Illinois border where the weather is warmest.

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