July 1978Volume 28, 1978
JULY 01, 1978 by Henry Hazlitt
Industry averages fail to consider why particular companies may desire more or less plant capacity.
JULY 01, 1978 by Ralph Bradford
Concerning each person's responsibility if we are to preserve freedom and prosper.
JULY 01, 1978 by Gary North
Why a compulsory monopoly has to have victims on the outside.
JULY 01, 1978 by Brian Summers
Changing values and expectations of individuals are reflected in market, not governmental, actions.
JULY 01, 1978 by Harry C. Knickerbocker Jr.
The distinction between commodity money and paper substitutes.
JULY 01, 1978 by Ben Moreell
The key to the survival of civilization is human liberty.
JULY 01, 1978 by Clarence B. Carson
Concerning the centralization of political power and its manipulation at crucial pressure points by intellectuals.
JULY 01, 1978 by Willie E. Nelms
How business is built through serving customersand lost when they are no longer satisfied.
JULY 01, 1978 by Robert E. Hood
Respectable law is upheld largely through moral conviction rather than at the point of a gun.
JULY 01, 1978 by John Chamberlain
"The Totalitarian Temptation" by Jean-Francois Revel
"Two Cheers for Capitalism" by Irving Kristol