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October 1983

October 1983

Volume 33, 1983

FEATURES

Letter from the Paper Planet

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From Caves to Computers

OCTOBER 01, 1983 by

Why Not Deregulate Labor?

OCTOBER 01, 1983 by

Judicial Monopoly Over the Constitution: Jefferson's View

OCTOBER 01, 1983 by

Do the Federal courts have a monopoly of the interpretation of the Constitution? Further, are the judges, in the words of Thomas Jefferson, "the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions . . ."?[1] There is little reason to doubt that the prevailing view in the country would give a resounding affirmative answer to the first question. There are dissenters, of course, but so far as they are numerous and widely influential, their dissents are to particular decisions or opinions of the courts, not to the propriety of the courts making some decision.

The Ethics of Crime

OCTOBER 01, 1983 by

The Myth of Self-Regulation

OCTOBER 01, 1983 by

How Obscene Are Profits?

OCTOBER 01, 1983 by

A Reviewers Notebook: Healing America

OCTOBER 01, 1983 by

Book Review: Mr. Jefferson by Albert Jay Nock Introduction by Russell Kirk and Our Enemy, the State by Albert Jay Nock Introduction by Edmund A. Opitz

OCTOBER 01, 1983 by ,

Computers and Capitalism

OCTOBER 01, 1983 by

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