Examining the implications of the recent movement among farmers toward collective bargaining.
Social welfare expenditures exceed $170 billion in 1971, with no end in sight.
Examining it in context, for its relevance then and today.
Welfare and redistribution programs inevitably lead to a government monopoly of money and inflation.
If we must err concerning our differences, may it be on the side of freedom.
A review of a century of welfarism among the Indians of Canada, with lessons for all of us who may be tempted onto that backward path to a feudal society.
"Power Through Subversion" by Laurence W. Beilenson "Man, Economy and State" by Murray Rothbard