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March 1991

Volume 41, 1991

 

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State Subsidy to Private Schools: A Case History of Destruction

March 01 1991 by ,

Perspective: Nurturing Good or Evil

March 01 1991 by ,

The Terrible D-Word

March 01 1991 by ,

A Chat with a Mass-Man

March 01 1991 by ,

Unions Drop Their Mask

March 01 1991 by ,

Old Letters and Old Buildings

March 01 1991 by ,

Ecology, Socialism, and Capitalism

March 01 1991 by ,

The End of Communism

March 01 1991 by ,

Why Communism Failed

March 01 1991 by ,

Three years after the Russian Revolution, an Austrian economist, Ludwig von Mises, argued that Communism would fail and explained why. Communism, or socialism, couldn't succeed, Mises wrote in 1920, because it had abolished free markets so that officials had no market prices to guide them in planning production. Mises was relatively unknown when he made his controversial forecast, but he acquired some international renown later as the leading spokesman of the Austrian (free market) school of economics.

Foreign Investment Helps Americans

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Term-of-Office Limits Wont Reduce Government Abuse

March 01 1991 by ,

A Reviewers Notebook: Dubcek

March 01 1991 by ,

Book Review: The Politics Of Rich And Poor: Wealth And The American Electorate In The Reagan Aftermath by Kevin Phillips

March 01 1991 by ,

Book Review: Agriculture And The State: Market Processes And Bureaucracy by E. C. Pasour, Jr.

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Book Review: Market Socialism: A Scrutiny by Anthony de Jasay

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