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July 1998

July 1998

Volume 48, 1998

FEATURES

For the Children

The Boundaries of Child-Centered Concern Have Expanded to Include Government Action
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The Heritage We Owe Our Children

Our Founding Fathers Declared Their Independence from Despotism
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Character and Government Policy

How Can Government Policies That Create Disasters Be Called "Benefits"?
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Educational Decarceration

Public Education Is Based on the Prison Concept
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Guess Who Paved the Road to Socialized Medicine?

Republicans Helped Create the Largest Health-Care Entitlement in 30 Years
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Let's Not Throw American Medicine into Boston Harbor

Both the Type of Insurance and the Payment Mechanism Are at Fault in American Health Care
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Climate-Change Worries in the Eighteenth Century

Members of England's Lunar Society Feared Global Cooling
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Should There Be a Carbon Subsidy?

Increased Carbon Dioxide May Be Generating Social Benefits
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The Taiwan Model

What Conditions Have Led Taiwan to Succeed Against All Odds?
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The Wild West Meets Cyberspace

Government Intervention Will Stifle the Internet's Freedom
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