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September 2003

Volume 53, 2003

 

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The Individual and Society

Society Exists to Serve Individuals—Not the Other Way Around
September 01 2003 by ,

To the Medical Socialists of All Parties

Freedom Teaches Responsibility
September 01 2003 by ,

The Importance of FEE, Then and Now

The Job of Economic Education Must Be Undertaken Now
September 01 2003 by ,

Slim Pickings on the Job Bush

Is Everyone Entitled to a Job?
September 01 2003 by ,

Regulatory Roadblocks to Turning Waste to Wealth

How Denmark Recycles Industrial Byproducts
September 01 2003 by ,

The Real Population Problem

Changing Population Structures Can't Support Welfare States
September 01 2003 by ,

Government-Reformulated Gas: Bad in More Ways than One

Reformulated Gas Is Useless at Best, Expensive and Harmful at Worst
September 01 2003 by ,

The Loss of a Scholar: Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson

An Expert on Spain's Economic History
September 01 2003 by ,

On April 12 the free-market tradition lost an important scholar with the death, in Málaga, Spain, of Marjorie Grice-Hutchinson. She was 93. Although English-born she spent much of her life in Spain and made the study of that country's history and intellectual tradition her life's work. Her reconstruction of its liberal past was unparalleled.

The Economic Foundation of Freedom

What Explains America's Achievements of the Last 150 Years?
September 01 2003 by ,

Andrew Johnson and the Constitution

The U.S. Constitution Guarantees Basic Rights, Not Special Privileges
September 01 2003 by ,

Lessons from the Washington Teachers Union

The Nature of Unions Encourages Abuse
September 01 2003 by ,

The Washington Teachers Union (WTU) is the exclusive bargaining agent for District of Columbia government school teachers. Teachers represented by WTU must, as a condition of continued employment, pay union dues whether they want WTU representation or not. Its website, www.wtulocal6.org, boldly proclaims its motto, “Building Better Schools: It's Union Work.”

The Market Endangers the Arts?

The Free Market Keeps the Arts Healthy and Vibrant
September 01 2003 by ,


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