May 2004

May 2004

Volume 54, 2004


Neoconservatives and the Freedom Philosophy

What Do Neoconservatives Stand For?
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The Season of Protectionism

Good Economic Theory Is Often Not Welcome
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Free-Trade Theory No Longer Applies?

Do New Economic Conditions Undermine Classic Free-Trade Arguments?
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Free Markets, the Rule of Law, and Classical Liberalism

The History of Liberty and Prosperity Is Inseparable from These Concepts
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On Autogenic Diseases

The Medical Profession Does Not Recognize a Most Common Cause of Disease
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Telecom Regulations Don't Create Competitive Markets

The Most Rapidly Expanding Telecom Sectors Are the Least Regulated
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Few of us would understand the jargon employed in a recent ruling overturning telecommunications regulations issued by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). But it's not necessary to know what "UNE-P" means or how "hot cuts" are performed to take an interest in the proceedings. At stake are fundamental principles of interstate commerce and property rights.

The Wisher and the Legislator: A Lesson from a Fairy Tale

Laws Are Effected at Any Speed and Rarely Reconsidered
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Losing the Law: From Shield to Weapon

Criminalizing Business Behavior Influences Economic Matters in Unpredictable Ways
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Scotland: The Bitter Taste of Independence

Big Governments with Ludicrous Promises Kill Dreams
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Rome and America: The Ideology of Decline

Individual Responsibility Made America Great
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