April 1979Volume 29, 1979
APRIL 01, 1979 by Robert LeFevre
The fundamentals of economics and our transactions in a free market begin with the private ownership of property.
APRIL 01, 1979 by Davis Keeler
How one intervention leads to others in the fracturing and destruction of liberty.
APRIL 01, 1979 by Charles R. Batten
How resource owners' rights are diminished by the environmental protection movement.
APRIL 01, 1979 by Kenneth McDonald
A formula for reducing/curbing government spending to encourage production by individuals.
APRIL 01, 1979 by Clarence B. Carson
Obscuring the distinction between Communism and gradualist socialism in developing countries.
APRIL 01, 1979 by Dennis Bechara
Occupational licensing restricts the supply of services and raises costs to consumers, with no guarantee of quality.
APRIL 01, 1979 by W. Earl Douglas
Overcoming disorder and chaos is a vital first step toward enjoyment of the fruits of the free market.
APRIL 01, 1979 by Donald Billings
Examining the United Nations call for a "new order" of trade between nations.
APRIL 01, 1979 by James C. Patrick
To improve the world, begin with self-improvement.
APRIL 01, 1979 by John Semmens
Answers to some of the arguments against deregulation of the trucking industry.