April 1998

April 1998

Volume 48, 1998


Inventing Life in Cuba

When Ideology Is Used as a Vehicle of Control, Economic and Social Devastation Follows
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Roberto and Fidel: Two Versions of Share the Wealth

Societies That Stifle Voluntary Exchange Waste the Talents and Resources of Their People
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How to Reduce Taxes

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The NFL Oilers: A Case Study in Corporate Welfare

How Houston's Struggle against Stadium Subsidies Failed
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In Defense of Markets and Misers

People Don't See the Value of Dispersed Benefits
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The Myth of an Emerging Information Underclass

New Technologies Don't Need Subsidies to Spread to Consumers
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Defining State and Society

Definitions Can Shift Dramatically Depending on the Theoretical Approach of the Speaker
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An Earlier Response to Environmental Tyranny

English History Provides an Example of the Restoration of Property Rights to the People
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Global Warming: Hot Problem or Hot Air?

The Earth Is Not on the Brink of Environmental Ruin
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There's Some Good in Gouging

Dramatic Price Increases in Times of Crisis Help Keep Economies Operating Smoothly in Distressed Regions
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