May 1968Volume 18, 1968
MAY 01, 1968 by Edward P. Coleson
The history of great movements, from the planting of an idea until its flowering as a major force among men, suggests that around the next corner may be the age of freedom.
MAY 01, 1968 by Jess Raley
Something for nothing invariably costs too much.
MAY 01, 1968 by Harry L. Smith
There is no statistical or governmental way to eliminate a "lower third" from any society, but their lot can be vastly improved through freedom.
MAY 01, 1968 by Anthony Lejeune
A friend from Britain advises Americans to reject the welfare state before suffering its inevitable consequences.
MAY 01, 1968 by Clarence B. Carson
A review of political steps taken to establish and safeguard the rights of the individual and limit the powers of government.
MAY 01, 1968 by William Henry Chamberlin
A government that can deny a peaceful citizen's freedom to move is well along toward absolute tyranny.
MAY 01, 1968 by Leonard E. Read
To overcome one's socialistic urge requires only that he take his own medicine to its logical conclusion.
MAY 01, 1968 by John O. Nelson
The United States government literally didn't know what time it was until private enterprise fixed the clock.
MAY 01, 1968 by Edward Y. Breese
Equal opportunities to different persons yield unequal results.
MAY 01, 1968 by John Chamberlain
"The World of Andrew Carnegie" by Louis M. Hacker
"The Balance of Payments: Free vs. Fixed Exchange Rates" by Milton Friedman and Robert V. Roosa
"The Last Hero: Charles A. Lindbergh" by Walter S. Ross