October 1995Volume 45, 1995
Juries Help to Preserve Human Liberty, Individual Dignity, and a Free Society
October 01 1995 by Bertel Sparks ,
Is Self-Interest a Corrupting Influence in Society?
October 01 1995 by Dwight R. Lee ,
Bankers Helped Cartelize Their Industry Through the Central Bank
October 01 1995 by Murray N. Rothbard ,
The Reformers Are Missing the Real Problem
October 01 1995 by Michael DeBow ,
Human Life Is Part of Nature
October 01 1995 by Tibor R. Machan ,
What's Wrong with Government-Funded Television?
October 01 1995 by Russell Madden ,
We Shouldn't Let Radio Broadcasting Standards Apply to the Internet
October 01 1995 by Mark Goodman , Mark Gring ,
Income Redistribution Harms Everyone
October 01 1995 by Mark J. Perry ,
Federal Regulatory Agencies Are Attacking Rural America
October 01 1995 by Sarah J. McCarthy ,
The Restaurant Business Can Self-Regulate Regarding Smoking
October 01 1995 by A.A. Shenfield ,
If there’s any industry that is fully capable of self-regulating about smoking, surely it’s the New York City restaurant business. It seems clear that the market is thoroughly adept at adjusting to customers who prefer a smoke-free environment, if they request it, and equally capable of catering to others who wish to have a cigarette after dinner.