February 1970Volume 20, 1970
FEBRUARY 01, 1970 by George Cahill
A legend of Freedom and how it can be lost.
FEBRUARY 01, 1970 by Henry Hazlitt
Like a drug, increasing doses are required for a given "high" feeling, with demoralizing consequences; withdrawal may be agonizing.
FEBRUARY 01, 1970 by William B. Boyd
A businessman decides to combat inflation by discussing it with the young folks.
NOVEMBER 01, 1964 by Wyatt B. Durrette Jr.
A part-time job in college affords a clear example of the compatibility between self-interest and service to others.
FEBRUARY 01, 1970 by William L. Edelen
"It is very difficult to save the world until first you save yourself."
FEBRUARY 01, 1970 by Dean Russell
... but well he might have!
FEBRUARY 01, 1970 by Rousas J. Rushdoony
"Socialism always faces overpopulation; a free economy does not."
FEBRUARY 01, 1970 by Hans Sennholz
The economic consequences of peace are far less to be feared than are governmental plans for peace.
FEBRUARY 01, 1970 by W. A. Paton
A perceptive presentation of the case for efficiency and equity in personal performance.
FEBRUARY 01, 1970 by Earl Zarbin
A peaceful, productive, self-responsible person is the first and only helpful step toward peace.