February 2001

Volume 51, 2001


Blame Congress for HMOs

The HMO Promises Coverage but Often Denies Access
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The Secret Hate in Hate Crimes

Why Isn't Class Hatred Prohibited, Too?
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Stopping Government Sprawl

Respecting the Free Market and Property Rights Increases Living Standards
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The Great Airship Race

A 1920s Airship Experiment Underscored Socialism's Inferiority
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Original Liberalism

Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk Defended Reason and the Logic of the Market
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Great Britain Finally Makes It to the Eighteenth Century

A Discussion of the Human Rights Act of 2000
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Tiger-nomics: Glorious Competition

Golf Is Not That Different from the Free-Enterprise System
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Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk: A Sesquicentennial Appreciation

Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk Was a World-Renouned Member of the Austrian School of Economics
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Courage Overlooked

Courage Is Often Found in Business Executives and Entrepreneurs
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The High Cost of Government Schooling

Not Scrapping the Status Quo Shows Up in Remedial Education Expenses
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Public (government) education in America costs a princely sum, and it isn't getting any cheaper. But what taxpayers shell out for the government school monopoly doesn't tell the whole story. What others in society must pay to correct the shortcomings of that failed monopoly is huge and a painful testimony to the need for a big dose of choice, competition, and private enterprise.

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