April 1972Volume 22, 1972
APRIL 01, 1972 by C Hardesty
An appeal to public opinion for a better appreciation of the role of business.
APRIL 01, 1972 by David Osterfeld
A study of the path to war via domestic welfare programs and departure from the market.
APRIL 01, 1972 by Sylvester Petro
Exploding the popular myth that business has a coercive power to impose its will upon consumers.
APRIL 01, 1972 by Henry Hazlitt
The higher the subsidy rate, the greater the number of claimants.
APRIL 01, 1972 by Clarence B. Carson
A study in slow motion of the final aggravations that brought separation.
APRIL 01, 1972 by Hans Sennholz
A descriptive analysis of "the most important tool in the armory of economic interventionism."
APRIL 01, 1972 by John Chamberlain
"Willmoore Kendall Contra Mundum" edited by Nellie D. Kendall