June 1969Volume 19, 1969
JUNE 01, 1969 by William Henry Chamberlain
The proven superiority of capitalism in solving the problems envisioned by Marx should bring forth a new manifesto.
JUNE 01, 1969 by Paul L. Poirot
In our zeal to reform the world, we often embrace one of the very errors we most abhor.
JUNE 01, 1969 by Clarence B. Carson
The anomaly of the collapse under socialism of a victor nation in World War II.
JUNE 01, 1969 by Roger Donway
How the mind of the reformer and his freedom to plan must give way to the coercive methods he espouses.
JUNE 01, 1969 by Thomas S. Szasz
If one has a right to treatment, does he have a right to resist treatment? And who is to provide such care?
JUNE 01, 1969 by George Charles Roche III
Freedom to seek the truth within the bounds of civilized society and to attract students toward such findings.
JUNE 01, 1969 by Gary North
Not the labor stored in gold but its physical properties cause man to value it as money.
JUNE 01, 1969 by John Chamberlain
"The Coming Aristocracy" by Leonard E. Read
"Dollars and Deficits" and
"The Optimum Quantity of Money, and other Essays" both by Milton Friedman
"So Human an Animal" by Rene Dubos