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November 2005

Volume 55, 2005

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Another National Disaster in the Making: Government Reconstruction of New Orleans
Private Investment Brings Superior Results

Warriors and Merchants
What This Historic Division Reveals about the Social Order We Inhabit

Kelo v. City of New London: Do We Need Eminent Domain for Economic Growth?
Kelo Is Bad Constitutional Law and Bad Public Policy

The Tyranny of Local Government
Misenheimer's Forced Incorporation Stripped Joe Carter of His Property Rights

Regulations Improve the Free Market?
The Source of Most "Market Failures" Can Be Traced to Government

The Supreme Court and the End of Limited Government
Transactions Are Only Made Legitimate By Consent

Supply, Demand, Inventory
Inventory Smoothes Price Fluctuations in the Face of Shifting Supply and Demand

A Popular Insurrection on Property Rights
Kelo Should Be Overruled

Protecting Property in a Post-Kelo World
Eminent Domain Is Abusive Per Se

Why Classical Liberals Care about the Rule of Law (And Hardly Anyone Else Does)
Politics Has Captured the American Legal System

Basis of Liberty

Vienna and Chicago: Friends or Foes? A Tale of Two Schools of Free-Market Economics
An Analysis of the Two Leading Free-Market Voices

Go Directly to Jail: The Criminalization of Almost Everything
Our Legal System Poses a Grave Threat to Our Liberty

The Coming Generational Storm: What You Need to Know about America’s Economic Future
Our Intergenerational Wealth-Transferring Scheme Is in Crisis

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