September 1995Volume 45, 1995
Money Is Different from All Other Commodities
September 01 1995 by Murray N. Rothbard ,
Tracing the True Origins of Pro-Market Thinking
September 01 1995 by Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr ,
Was the Atomic Bomb Necessary to End World War II?
September 01 1995 by Gregory P. Pavlik ,
Neo-Puritanism Is Running Amok
September 01 1995 by Thomas J. DiLorenzo ,
Legislation-Based Systems Have Pernicious Effects
September 01 1995 by N. Stephan Kinsella ,
Insurance and Savings Decisions Should Be Personal
September 01 1995 by George C. Leef , David Honigman ,
Fundamental Confusion About the Meaning of the Word "Right" Is Dangerous
September 01 1995 by Gary North ,
What Jurisdiction Does the Federal Government Have Over Private Lands?
September 01 1995 by Robert Greenslade ,
America Must Reject the False Dilemma of Managed Versus Regulated Trade
September 01 1995 by Jeffrey Herbener ,
Mencken Was America's Foremost Newspaperman and Literary Critic
September 01 1995 by Jim Powell ,
During the first half of the twentieth century, H. L. Mencken was the most outspoken defender of liberty in America. He spent thousands of dollars challenging restrictions on freedom of the press. He boldly denounced President Woodrow Wilson for whipping up patriotic fervor to enter World War I, which cost his job as a newspaper columnist.