November 1970Volume 20, 1970
NOVEMBER 01, 1970 by Frederic Bacon
In view of the natural harmony among men's interests, it is simply necessary not to try to redirect them.
NOVEMBER 01, 1970 by William W. Bayes
"Where there is a better choice available, no means which cannot itself qualify as an end should be used."
NOVEMBER 01, 1970 by Hans Sennholz
Federal deficits, however financed, are a drag upon the economy and a burden upon all citizens.
NOVEMBER 01, 1970 by Leonard E. Read
Because man is a part of his environment, he must rely on the market as his conservation guide.
NOVEMBER 01, 1970 by A. Neil McLeod
Conservation "movements" have many of the characteristics of war.
NOVEMBER 01, 1970 by Merryle Stanley Rukeyser
Liberty tolerates dissent, but does not reward or excuse error.
NOVEMBER 01, 1970 by Clarence B. Carson
Subsidizing the competition, while strangling a business, spells trouble for all.
NOVEMBER 01, 1970 by Ben Moreell
Emphasizing the special responsibility of the engineer for maintaining a climate of freedom.
NOVEMBER 01, 1970 by John Chamberlain
"The Art of Community" by Spencer T. MacCallum