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June 1999

June 1999

Volume 49, 1999

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Children's Real Enemy

Does Government Involvement or Oversight of Preschool and Child Care Improve Their Quality?
JUNE 01, 1999 by

The Professionalization of Parenthood

We Must Remove the Incentives for Parental Irresponsibility
JUNE 01, 1999 by

The Second Amendment in the Light of American Republicanism

Today, the Second Amendment Is Largely Unwelcome
JUNE 01, 1999 by

The "transforming" ideology of America's revolutionary period saw the chief conflict in society as one between liberty and power. That ideology synthesized themes from several sources.[1] Given the differing origins and jumping-off points of classical liberalism and classical republicanism (the two most important elements), the American "synthesis" might be expected to undergo some unraveling when up against the harder problems of political life.

The Reserve Requirement Debacle of 1935-1938

Minimum Legal Reserve Requirements Have Proven to Be Destabilizing
JUNE 01, 1999 by

Money: The Great Gold Robbery

For the Government to Save the People, It Must Breach Its Promises?
JUNE 01, 1999 by

Market-Share Sophisms

Market Dominance Is a Sign of Hard-Won Success and Ingenuity
JUNE 01, 1999 by

The Market and Political Freedom

Economic Freedom and Political Freedom Are Internally Linked
JUNE 01, 1999 by

Against the Tide: The Life of Francis W. Hirst

An Apostle of Civil Liberty and Personal Freedom
JUNE 01, 1999 by

Educational Savior?

George S. Counts Was Committed to the Principles of Benevolent Messianocracy
JUNE 01, 1999 by

Government Is No God

Government Is a Human Institution with Limited Intelligence and Abilities
JUNE 01, 1999 by
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