December 2003

Volume 53, 2003


Ninety Years of Monetary Central Planning in the United States

Central Banking Has Enabled Extensive Political Influence on Economic Life
DECEMBER 01, 2003 by

Feeling Their Oats

Tariffs and Quotas Encourage Poverty
DECEMBER 01, 2003 by

School and State: A Neat Solution to the Neatby Dispute

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Social Security: Mythmaking and Policymaking

The Government Program Is Robed in Myths
DECEMBER 01, 2003 by

Beginning in 1935, when Social Security was enacted, the program's administrators made a huge effort to shape the public's understanding of and beliefs about it. In speeches, articles, pamphlets, and other mass-circulation literature, they described Social Security as "insurance" under which workers pay "contributions" or "premiums" to receive "guaranteed" benefits that, being "paid for," are theirs "as a matter of earned right," without any means test.1

The State Is the Source of Rights?

Law, Rights, and Security Are Often Provided Privately
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Aviation, People, and Incentives

Incentives and Competition Create Progress
DECEMBER 01, 2003 by

Thoughts of Miracles on the Plane

What Forces Make Air Travel Possible?
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The Birth of a Capitalist

Capitalist Profits Benefit Us All
DECEMBER 01, 2003 by

The Absurdity of "Saving Jobs"

Job Preservation Is a Misleading Concept
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Global Capitalism: Curing Oppression and Poverty

Capitalist Nations Are the Wealthiest in the World
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