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June 2001

Volume 51, 2001

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Bastiat's Life
His Literary Works Are a Treasure Trove That Can Still Instruct Readers Today

What Is Seen and What Is Not Seen

The Unseen Costs of Disability Laws
The More Capital We Squander Renovating Buildings, the Less We Have to Find Cures for Disabilities

Harmony from Liberty
Bastiat Was There First

Bastiat: Champion of Economic Liberty
Each New Generation of Advocates of Economic Liberty Has Been Inspired by His Writings

Frederic Bastiat: The Primacy of Property
The State Must Return to Its Proper Role

Are There Two Libertarianisms?
Libertarian Moralists and Libertarian Consequentialists Are Not So Different

Did Deregulation Kill California?
Any State Could Have Experienced a Crisis Like California's

Wonders in Perspective
The Free Market Produces Wonders Far More Marvelous and Significant Than NASA Ever Has or Will

Bombing Without End
It's Time to Transform U.S. Policy toward Iraq

Racial Profiling and the State
Racial Profiling Is Not Needed to Catch Real Criminals

Are People Pleased with the Efficient Amount of Pollution?
Public Goods Come with Serious Problems

Pulling Down the Keynesian Cross
The Case for Complete Laissez Faire Is Still Raging in the Halls of Academia

It's Not Over Till It's Over
How Much Government Do We Need?

Prosperity Is Hazardous to Our Health and Wealth?
More Socialism Is Not the Answer

Deliver Us from Evil: Peacekeepers, Warlords and a World of Endless Conflict by William Shawcross
We Cannot Suddenly Rebuild Failed States in Our Own Image

The Tyranny of Good Intentions by Paul Craig Roberts and Lawrence M. Stratton
People in Both Main Political Camps Have Shoved Aside Our Traditional Legal Order

Suburban Nation: The Rise of Sprawl and the Decline of the American Dream by Andres Duany, Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, and Jeff Speck
An Arrogant First Step on a Journey Toward Tyranny

Workin' on the Chain Gang: Shaking Off the Dead Hand of History by Walter Mosley
Mosley Yells at the Top of His Marxist Lungs

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