Edmund A. Opitz


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Freedom and Majority Rule

JUNE 01, 2005 by EDMUND OPITZ

Politics reflects the character of the people.

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Business and Ethics

Businessmen Are Judged by the Same Moral Law That Applies to the Rest of Us

JANUARY 01, 2004 by EDMUND OPITZ

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Leonard E. Read: A Portrait

The Advancement of Human Liberty Is a Learning Process

SEPTEMBER 01, 1998 by EDMUND OPITZ

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Leviathan at War

War Is the Most Dreaded Enemy to Liberty

DECEMBER 01, 1995 by ROBERT HIGGS

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A Reviewer Remembered: John Chamberlain 1903-1995

Chamberlain Let His Printed Words Speak for Themselves

JUNE 01, 1995 by EDMUND OPITZ

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Ethics And Business

There is an almost universal bias against business on the part of novelists and dramatists.

MARCH 01, 1993 by EDMUND OPITZ

There is an almost universal bias against business on the part of novelists and dramatists.

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Defending Freedom and the Free Society

With a proper religious orientation, we can work out a philosophy of freedom.

JANUARY 01, 1993 by EDMUND OPITZ

With a proper religious orientation, we can work out a philosophy of freedom.

Book Review

The Impossible H. L. Mencken: A Selection of His Best Newspaper Stories

JULY 01, 1992 by EDMUND OPITZ

Mencken is a man eminently worth knowing, and there's no better way to make his acquaintance than by poring over this wonderful collection.

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