April 1978Volume 28, 1978
APRIL 01, 1978 by Charles Dykes
A rising standard of living hinges on the elevation of spiritual, moral and educational standards.
APRIL 01, 1978 by Gary North
Free lunches, if legislated, are devastatingly expensive to the recipients.
APRIL 01, 1978 by Roger Donway
Concerning the bonds of sociability underlying the concept of laissez faire.
APRIL 01, 1978 by Leland P. Cade
Is a cost-price squeeze sufficient reason to repeal the law of supply and demand?
APRIL 01, 1978 by Hans Sennholz
All ideas must be submitted to the test of free discussion which is a reliable friend of truth.
APRIL 01, 1978 by Fred E. Foldvary
A market free of coercion is on firm moral ground.
APRIL 01, 1978 by Clarence B. Carson
The curious notion of the paternal state could hardly have come from a careful study of history.
APRIL 01, 1978 by Lawrence W. Reed
The history of price control is the history of shortages, queues, and dissatisfied customers.
APRIL 01, 1978 by Edmund Opitz
Government is the power structure that free men are obliged to restrain.
APRIL 01, 1978 by John Chamberlain
"Beyond Failure: How to Cure a Neurotic Society" by Frank Goble "A Critique of Interventionism" by Ludwig von Mises
"Notes and Recollections" by Ludwig von Mises
"On the Manipulation of Money and Credit" by Ludwig von Mises
"It's No Sin To Be Rich: A Defense ofCapitalism" by William Davis
"The People Shapers" by Vance Packard