February 1979Volume 29, 1979
FEBRUARY 01, 1979 by Gregory Wolfe
Concerning the moral and spiritual disorders which lead men to politically increase the quantity of money.
FEBRUARY 01, 1979 by Gary North
Consumers bear the costs of ownership and make the market a truly social institution.
FEBRUARY 01, 1979 by Edward P. Coleson
Sound national policy rests upon high moral principlesand common sense.
FEBRUARY 01, 1979 by Henry Hazlitt
The results of government economic intervention instead of reliance upon the actions of free men in free markets.
FEBRUARY 01, 1979 by William E. Cage
The free society grows out of the humility to admit that "I don't know" how to regulate and control the lives of others.
FEBRUARY 01, 1979 by Clarence B. Carson
An intellectual pressure to the collectivization of power, advanced as democracy.
FEBRUARY 01, 1979 by Dennis Bechara
How consumers lose as political power is substituted for purchasing power.
FEBRUARY 01, 1979 by John Chamberlain
"Liberty: Legacy of Truth" by Leonard E. Read
"Liberalism" by Ludwig von Mises
"The Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science" by Ludwig von Mises