February 1995Volume 45, 1995
Eastern Europe Must Foster Private Property and Individual Initiative to Create Economic Recovery
February 01 1995 by Bettina Bien Greaves ,
The Marketing of Star Trek Is Economically Rational
February 01 1995 by Gary North ,
Homeschooling Paved the Way for Edison's Success
February 01 1995 by Jim Powell ,
What Principles Unite Americans?
February 01 1995 by Ralph A. Raimi ,
A Free Market in Education Would Solve Public School Controversies
February 01 1995 by Lawrence W. Reed ,
We Should Reconsider the Wisdom of the "Cast-Iron Man"
February 01 1995 by William J. Watkins Jr. ,
All Law Works by Precedent
February 01 1995 by John Chodes ,
Trying to Effect Change Through Politics Is Wasted Effort
February 01 1995 by Robert James Bidinotto ,
As I write, the President is publicly jousting with congressional Democratic rivals, and with Republican opponents, over competing initiatives to shrink government, cut spending, and reduce taxes. The current argument among politicians is no longer if such cuts are necessary, but where and how much to cut.
Are Guns to Blame for Violent Crime?
February 01 1995 by Catherine Farmer ,
Alaskans Should Reject All State and Federal Impositions
February 01 1995 by Joseph E. Petta ,
Welfare Rests on a Fallacy and a Myth
February 01 1995 by Michael Levin ,
Economic Freedom Is the Solution to the Population "Problem"
February 01 1995 by Felix Livingston ,
Church Bureaucracies Punish Corporations and Pensioners Through Stock Divesting
February 01 1995 by Charles Dickson ,
The Saudi Government Takes a Hands-Off Approach to Wages
February 01 1995 by Keith Wade ,
Meridian and Utaw Are Bastions of Black Independence and Entrepreneurship
February 01 1995 by Ralph R. Reiland ,
Our Educational System Needs Free-Market Reforms
February 01 1995 by Mark J. Perry ,
Does Austrian Business Cycle Theory Have Merit?
March 01 1995 by Mark Mark Skousen ,
Last month, I wrote about the long-standing debate between the Monetarists and the Austrians, which surfaces at practically every Mont Pelerin Society meeting. Both schools are ardent defenders of the free market, yet they fight incessantly over methodology and economic modeling.