Robert G. Anderson taught economics and business management at Grove City College, Pennsylvania, and served as Executive Secretary of the Foundation for Economic Education in the 1970s.
Peace and prosperity are threatened by the political processes of inflation, taxation, transfer policies, and direct controls.
Capitalism or socialism? The nature of property ownership makes the difference.
Competition and freedom, not legal privilege and violence, lead to general prosperity.
A government-engineered fuel crisis results in hypocritical advertising.
When job-creation becomes more important than production to serve consumers, our lives are threatened.
The right to own gold may be an opening against governmental control of money.
Erratic changes in consumer evaluations create profit opportunities for alert entrepreneurs.
Not the changing conditions of supply and demand, but the increasing governmental controls give rise to "shortages."
Concerning the nature and depth of the causes of inflation and the prospects of a cure.
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April 16, 2040, 11:00 AM