Freeman

May 1995

Volume 45, 1995

FEATURES

Henry Hazlitt: Journalist of the Century

Hazlitt Was the Economic Conscience of Our Country and Our Nation

MAY 01, 1995 by LLEWELLYN H. ROCKWELL JR

H. G. Wells in Russia

Wells Had a Defective Vision of Lenin's Communist State

MAY 01, 1995 by MARTIN GARDNER

"Zero Inflation": A Flawed Ideal

A Desirable Monetary Policy Would Stabilize Total Dollar Spending

MAY 01, 1995 by GEORGE SELGIN

Pearl Jam vs. Ticketmaster: A Holy War on ReaIity

The Best in the Business Get Caught in the Web of Antitrust Law

MAY 01, 1995 by CHARLES BILODEAU

Spending Money Freely

New Payment Methods Could Have Dramatic Implications

MAY 01, 1995 by LAWRENCE H. WHITE

Phones and Freedom

A Free Market Is the Most Fertile Environment for Human Progress

MAY 01, 1995 by MARTY MATTOCKS

Live Freely, Live Longer

Decisions About Our Health and Longevity Belong to Us

MAY 01, 1995 by MAX MORE

Two Insights for Business Ethics

The Human Good Is Objective, but Individualized

MAY 01, 1995 by DOUGLAS RASMUSSEN

Rights versus "Rights"

All Positive Rights Imply Involuntary Servitude

MAY 01, 1995 by TIBOR R. MACHAN

Bilingual by Choice

Language Training Shouldn't Be Determined by Bureaucrats

MAY 01, 1995 by JAMES M. MCCAFFERY
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