April 1974Volume 24, 1974
APRIL 01, 1974 by Roger Donway
The consumer is king in a free market, but no one is compelled to serve him.
APRIL 01, 1974 by Ridgway K. Foley Jr.
Men free to choose among alternatives may dwell in harmony, not in chains.
APRIL 01, 1974 by Stanley C. McDonald
To relieve the individual of suffering is to deny him an important guide to choice and action.
APRIL 01, 1974 by Gary North
The important discovery that social peace is best achieved through private ownership of the means of production.
APRIL 01, 1974 by Bernard Siegan
An unrestricted private market affords the best chance for better housing for the less affluent.
APRIL 01, 1974 by Leonard E. Read
Let the law defend the rightful owner of property rather than the thief.
APRIL 01, 1974 by Frederic Bastiat
The role of man in a harmonious universe.
APRIL 01, 1974 by Morris J. Markovitz
An inquiry into the monetary policies which cause inflation, and prospects for a cure.
APRIL 01, 1974 by David Kelley
Coercion has a place in social life, but it must be kept in place.
APRIL 01, 1974 by John Chamberlain
"Toward a New World Monetary System" edited by G. Carl Wiegand
"The People Factor: Managing the Human Climate" by Philip Lesly
"Psycho Chemical Warfare: The Chinese Communist Drug Offensive Against the West" by A. H. Stanton Candlin