October 1966Volume 16, 1966
October 01 1966 by Edward Y. Breese ,
Ones practice of freedom may be hindered by others, but there isnt any way to be free without doing it yourself
October 01 1966 by Paul L. Poirot ,
The cost of living tends to rise in proportion to the extent that we let government lead our lives.
October 01 1966 by Ludwig von Mises ,
Dr. Mises offers some further thoughts on the wages of union violence in a timely selection from an earlier study.
October 01 1966 by Leonard E. Read ,
Leonard Read follows with his own interpretation of the causes and consequences of the predatory actions of some persons against others.
October 01 1966 by Timothy J. Wheeler ,
Timothy Wheeler finds something new in educational procedures and results when he visits the Academy of Basic Education, near Milwaukee.
October 01 1966 by Murray N. Rothbard ,
Who was Thomas Hollis? Murray Rothbard reminds us of the important role Hollis played in establishing liberty in America.
October 01 1966 by John Chamberlain ,
Robert Lekachman's The Age of Keynes seems to John Chamberlain to be the same old story, however well written.