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November 1996

Volume 46, 1996

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Salvation Through the Internet?
The Internet Is Bumbling in Comparison with the Market

Liberty and the Domain of Self-Interest
Markets Channel Self-Interest to Serve All of Society

The Social Function of Mr. Henry Ford
Our Ideal Should Be More Business Methods in Government

Red-Lining the Federal Government Budget
Apologists Greatly Exaggerate the Public's Demand for Government Services

Law Enforcement by Deceit?: Entrapment and Due Process
Many Dubious Investigative Tactics Are Perfectly Acceptable Under Current Laws

Why Not Slavery?
Heavy Taxation Should Be Understood as Partial Slavery

Ending Tax Socialism
A Progressive Income Tax Violates the Heart and Soul of the Constitution

For Appearance's Sake
Does Private Property Ownership Threaten Beautification?

Our Most Precious Resource
Children Are Not Someone's Resource

Externalities and the Environment
Property Rights Protect the Environment

Single Policy Change, Double Economic Growth?
Social Security Is a Drag on America's Economy

The Electric Car Seduction
Subsidies and Mandates for Alternative Fuels Are Yet Another Public Folly

Sweatshops for the New World Order
Americans' Lofty Perspective Invites Hasty and Disparaging Explanations

We Should Welcome Immigrant Workers
The Earth Is the Heritage of Man

The Return of Thrift: How the Collapse of the Middle Class Welfare State Will Reawaken Values in America
Longman Offers No Principled Opposition to Wealth Transfers

Creating the Commonwealth: The Economic Culture of Puritan New England
New England Puritans Set a Standard for Economic Development

The Road Ahead
We Must Dismantle the Tyrant State

Private Means, Public Ends: Voluntarism vs. Coercion
Private Efforts Can Effectively Provide Public Goods

Learn to Earn
A Solid Introduction to the Market Economy and Business

Global Bondage
A Commendable Exposure of Deleterious U.N. Activities

The Failure of America's Foreign Wars
A Sharp Moral Condemnation of Twentieth-Century U.S. Foreign Policy

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