January 1964Volume 14, 1964
January 01 1964 by Dean Russell ,
When youngsters play store, their pricing policy resembles that of the master planners in socialist societies - they have no actual market to reflect supply-demand situations and give meaningful prices.
January 01 1964 by E.W. Dykes ,
The way to start a war, thinks Bill Dykes, is to mind someone else's business; so perhaps the way to peace with one's neighbor is to try leaving him alone.
January 01 1964 by Fred DeArmond ,
The Medici tried that, in fifteenth century Florence, with results unmatched in history. They set an example that survives after 500 years.
January 01 1964 by William Henry Chamberlin ,
Could Lorenzo the Magnificent have functioned as well through a United Nations Organization? William Henry Chamberlin has some reasonable doubts.
January 01 1964 by Paul Johnson ,
A young man in Texas has fun imagining how he'd "get his fair share" if he were a river-boat captain.
January 01 1964 by Orien Johnson ,
Orien Johnson relates his experiences in a new approach to the problems of undeveloped peoples and foreign aid.
January 01 1964 by Ludwig von Mises ,
That the fallacies of the "new economics" can be understood and explained by a man from South Africa should afford hope for Americans.