August 1964Volume 14, 1964
August 01 1964 by Dean Russell ,
Dean Russell argues most convincingly that there is a peaceful way to overcome poverty, whereas "war" is reminiscent of the old Marxian "class struggle."
August 01 1964 by Ludwig von Mises ,
Wars will not be necessary, Dr. Mises contends, if people will see that economic freedom best serves their own interests.
August 01 1964 by Leonard E. Read ,
There are two types of knowledge, according to Leonard Read, and it is as important to know why as to know how.
August 01 1964 by R. J. Rushdoony ,
The Reverend R. J. Rushdoony, from his work among American Indians, has seen the difference between a medicine man and a chief.
August 01 1964 by Robert Coulson ,
A Midwestern statesman pokes fun at the philosophy of something for nothing.
August 01 1964 by Emerson Schmidt ,
A competent observer and analyst of the Washington scene explodes the myth that growing government intervention is in response to popular demand.
August 01 1964 by Henry Hazlitt ,
Henry Hazlitt finds the modern fears of automation remarkably like the reactions to the Industrial Revolution two centuries ago.
August 01 1964 by John Chamberlain ,
John Chamberlain shares Isaac Don Levine's view that Marxist fires are dying and Charles Sopkin's evidence that opportunity still knocks for those with ambition.