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August 1996

Volume 46, 1996

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The New York City Guide to Destroying an Economy
Big Government Has Smothered the Private Sector

Why Laws Backfire
Laws Have Numerous Unintended Consequences

The Incredible Regulatory Follies
Whatever Happened to a Wise and Frugal Government?

Ancient Lessons
A Crushing Tax System Collapsed the Roman Empire

Thielicke on the Modern Welfare State
The Responsibility of Love Cannot Be Transferred

The One-Minute Shed
To the Bureaucratic Mind, a Rule Is a Rule

Big Labor and Big Government
Without Big Government, Labor Leaders Are Stripped of Power

Defining Justice
Socialists Manipulate Language to Advance Their Ideology

The Economic Costs of Sexual Harassment
Expansion of a Crime's Definition Obscures Genuine Instances of It

Berton Braley, Commercial Poet
Braley Was a Dedicated Philosopher of Freedom

Wanted: A Line Between Public and Private
We Must Place Limits on the Expenditure of Public Funds for Private Purposes

Minimum Wage Plus
Fixing Wages Destroys Jobs

Is Inflation Dead?
Faulty Monetary Thought Paved the Way for Monetary Destruction

A New Beginning for Freedom
We've Challenged the Fiction That Our Rights and Income Originate with Government

Deregulating Freight Transportation
Transportation Regulation Limited Options and Increased Prices

Roads in a Market Economy
Roth Argues for a More Efficient Transportation System

The Political History of Economic Reform in Russia, 1985-1994
The Testimony of an Important Witness to Communism's Failure

The Free Society
Pollock Advocates Gradualism but Offers Steps Toward Greater Liberty

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