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April 1987

April 1987

Volume 37, 1987

FEATURES

Perspective: Speak for Yourself!

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Entrepreneurs and Their Gifts

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Liberty and Individual Responsibility

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The Ethics of Entitlement

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Entitlement programs—government taking income and wealth from some citizens and transferring it to others—are a fairly recent development. The U.S. government assumed the task only two generations ago when Congress introduced progressive taxation and, soon thereafter, launched systems of old age insurance and unemployment compensation. Since then, social pressure, sustained by strong moral emotion, has caused all administrations to pursue the ideals of a more equal distribution of wealth.

Morality Laws = Majority License

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Women and the Market

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Alternatives to Public Libraries

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Supply-Side Economics and Austrian Economics

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Power and Peasantry: A Report from the Soviet Union

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A Reviewers Notebook: Harvest of Sorrow

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