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March 1991

March 1991

Volume 41, 1991

FEATURES

State Subsidy to Private Schools: A Case History of Destruction

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Perspective: Nurturing Good or Evil

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The Terrible D-Word

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A Chat with a Mass-Man

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Unions Drop Their Mask

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Old Letters and Old Buildings

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Ecology, Socialism, and Capitalism

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The End of Communism

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Why Communism Failed

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Three years after the Russian Revolution, an Austrian economist, Ludwig von Mises, argued that Communism would fail and explained why. Communism, or socialism, couldn't succeed, Mises wrote in 1920, because it had abolished free markets so that officials had no market prices to guide them in planning production. Mises was relatively unknown when he made his controversial forecast, but he acquired some international renown later as the leading spokesman of the Austrian (free market) school of economics.

Foreign Investment Helps Americans

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