June 1979Volume 29, 1979
JUNE 01, 1979 by Sylvester Petro
Why scholarly books are the best ammunition in the struggle for the truth about freedom.
JUNE 01, 1979 by Oscar W. Cooley
The point, again, is that inflation is strictly the result of monetary manipulation.
JUNE 01, 1979 by E.C. Pasour
Critical shortcomings seen in proposed governmental food policy.
JUNE 01, 1979 by Jess Raley
The remarkable consequences of the removal of milk from price control.
JUNE 01, 1979 by Perry E. Gresham
This distinguished scholar shares some impressions gained during an 80-day cruise on the QE2.
JUNE 01, 1979 by Clarence B. Carson
The tendency of organizations is toward a governing force that reduces the independence of the individual.
JUNE 01, 1979 by J. Brooks Colburn
In terms of consumer satisfaction, resources are better used to generate profit than to show a loss.
JUNE 01, 1979 by Robert LeFevre
Let the parent help the child adopt and follow goal-oriented procedures of a constructive nature.
JUNE 01, 1979 by Ira Gottlieb
In open competition, neither employees nor employers are exploited.
JUNE 01, 1979 by John Chamberlain
"The Right and Wrong of Compulsion by the State, and Other Essays" by Auberon Herbert.