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June 1990

June 1990

Volume 40, 1990

FEATURES

Perspective: Individual Rights

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The Economic Wisdom of A Connecticut Yankee

JUNE 01, 1990 by

Taking the Train to Metamora

JUNE 01, 1990 by

The Theory of Due Reparations

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From Gangland to Corporate America

JUNE 01, 1990 by

Perestroikas Missing Ingredient

JUNE 01, 1990 by

Consumer Sovereignty

JUNE 01, 1990 by

From time to time, insightful economists have described the operations of a market economy. Many have noted that no central planner is needed to tell producers what to produce, when to produce, how much to produce, and what quality to produce. Adam Smith, often called the "first economist," pointed out in 1776 that the butcher, the baker, and the brewer are guided as if by "an invisible hand." Frederic Bastiat remarked in 1845 that Parisians need not fear starving the next day, but could sleep peacefully in their beds, confident that the city would be provisioned during the night.

Solidarity and Labor Law Reform in the 1990s

JUNE 01, 1990 by

The Genesis of Industrial Policy

JUNE 01, 1990 by

Wealth, Freedom, and Philanthropy

JUNE 01, 1990 by
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