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Sarah Skwire

Sarah Skwire
Sarah Skwire

 Sarah Skwire is a senior fellow at Liberty Fund, Inc. She is a poet and author of the writing textbook Writing with a Thesis.

Sarah Skwire's Articles and Posts

Sometimes We Crash The Freeman
Sometimes We Crash

How do we reconcile our desire for safety with our knowledge that the universe is, in fact, uncontrollable? 

How Sexist Is Your Office Temp? Anything Peaceful
How Sexist Is Your Office Temperature?

Is the patriarchy freezing women out of the workplace?

The War on Air Conditioning Heats Up The Freeman
The War on Air Conditioning Heats Up

Air conditioning is, for most of us, a small summertime luxury. For others, it is a life-saving necessity

Yes, I Can: Home Economics from My Family to Yours The Freeman
Yes, I Can: Home Economics from My Family to Yours
It’s a sign of how wealthy we are as a society that we can think of canning as consumption rather than production.
How Moms Both Challenge and Confirm Standard Economic Theory The Freeman
How Moms Both Challenge and Confirm Standard Economic Theory

Would we all make better decisions if moms thought more about economics and economists thought more about moms?

Stay Put? The Freeman
Stay Put?

For many on their journeys of life, the city offers temptations and variety. But some critics are trying to make “staying put” a kind of duty.

The Oppression of Expression The Freeman
The Oppression of Expression
Mark Dunn’s Ella Minnow Pea reminds us how vital is the connection between language and liberty.
The Garage That Couldn’t Be Boarded Up The Freeman
The Garage That Couldn’t Be Boarded Up
Regulators ran jitney operators out of every town in America. But something important has changed the game in passengers’ favor.
Next to the Compass Rose The Freeman
Next to the Compass Rose
Done, the map is obvious.
The landmarks are the only ones
we could have chosen
Pepys’s Personal Hockey Stick The Freeman
Pepys’s Personal Hockey Stick
Samuel Pepys’s diary (1660–1669) allows readers to track his substantial increase in wealth over the course of a decade.

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