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April 1983

April 1983

Volume 33, 1983

FEATURES

Free Trade And Foreign Wars

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Free Riders Face a Rocky Road

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The Crisis of The Welfare State

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The Virtues of the Free Economy

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Workers and Robots

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When, shortly after World War II, the first electronic computers were placed into service, they occupied large rooms, contained miles of wire and hundreds of vacuum tubes, and cost many thousands of dollars. Today, a computer with similar capabilities fits on a desk top and, de spite rampant inflation, costs less than $1,000. The early computers consumed enough power to drive a locomotive; the modern computer uses less electricity than a television set.

Robot Protectionism

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A Reviewers Notebook: Progress and Privilege

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