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February 1987

Volume 37, 1987

FEATURES

Perspective: February Birthdays

FEBRUARY 01, 1987

Goodbye, Mr. Chips: U.S. Creates a High-Tech OPEC

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A Visit to South Africa

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Social Theorists See Groups, Not People

FEBRUARY 01, 1987 by

The Worst Polluters

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The Political Economy of the U.S. Constitution

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Freedom in the Dock

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The Politics of Deficit Spending

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During the first 150 years of U.S. history, it was a maxim of political economy that the federal government should balance its budget. The only exception was allowed in wartime when deficits were deemed to be unavoidable. But when the war emergency had passed, the federal government was expected to repay the debt as soon as possible. It was made to run surpluses for 28 consecutive years after the Civil War, and for 11 consecutive years after World War I.

A Reviewers Notebook: The Capitalist Revolution

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Book Review: Will It Liberate? Liberation Theology and The Liberal Society by Michael Novak

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