February 2003Volume 53, 2003
The Austrian School's Clear Association with Deductive Reasoning and Nonintervention May Leave Mainstream Economists Unimpressed
February 01 2003 by Arthur Foulkes ,
Capitalism Challenges Entrepreneurs to Provide Variety
February 01 2003 by Richard B. Coffman , Ashley Lyman ,
SSDI Is Coercive and Economically Inefficient
February 01 2003 by Robert E. Wright ,
What's the Real Cost of Making Kids Wear Bike Helmets?
February 01 2003 by Ted Roberts ,
Why Should the Federal Government Mandate an End to Analog Television?
February 01 2003 by Michael Heberling ,
Regulation Doesn't Improve Accounting Standards
February 01 2003 by Chris Edwards ,
Federal, State, Sales, Excise, and Property Taxes Add Up
February 01 2003 by Daniel B. Klein , Allan Raish ,
Tighter Gun Restrictions Won't Make Americans Safer
February 01 2003 by James Bovard ,
Compulsory Unionism Is Immoral
February 01 2003 by Lawrence W. Reed ,
If compulsory unionism were put to a moral test, it would flunk without debate. Forcing a worker to join and pay dues to an organization he doesn't want to represent him is a manifest violation of that worker's free will and right of contract. It so happens that it also fails the economic test, as two recent studies strongly demonstrate.