January 1969Volume 19, 1969
January 01 1969 by Roger J. Williams ,
Our differences, traits of individuality, are wasted under central planningrequire freedom to develop.
January 01 1969 by Tibor R. Machan ,
One's basic view of human nature determines largely whether he favors freedom or not.
January 01 1969 by George Charles Roche III ,
How dangerous a little knowledge may be is revealed by those who would reject their intellectual heritage in a new adjustment to circumstances.
January 01 1969 by Jack McCroskey ,
Our common sense ought to prevail over the utopian promises of socialism.
January 01 1969 by W. A. Paton ,
Variations in nature and in the nature of man point to the blessings of diversity.