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October 2003

October 2003

Volume 53, 2003

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The FTC Gets in Its Licks

The Federal Trade Commission Isn't Doing Consumers Any Favors
OCTOBER 01, 2003 by

Green for Profit

How the Profit Motive Transformed a Landfill
OCTOBER 01, 2003 by

Strangling the Golden State's Golden Goose

Regulations Are Killing California's Business Climate
OCTOBER 01, 2003 by

The State of the Air: Propaganda, Not Science

How the American Lung Association Uses Junk Science for Political Advocacy
OCTOBER 01, 2003 by

Ludwig von Mises: A Voice for Freedom and Principle

Mises Understood the Dangers Humanity Faces
OCTOBER 01, 2003 by

China's Historic Error

What Halted China's Economic Development?
OCTOBER 01, 2003 by

Is Socialism Good in Theory?

Socialism Should Be Discredited on Moral Grounds, Too
OCTOBER 01, 2003 by

Pensions: A Wordwide, But Avoidable Crisis

Nationalized Pensions Are Going Bust
OCTOBER 01, 2003 by

Almost every country in the economically advanced world is worried about nationalized pensions. American statisticians have some grisly fun predicting on what day of the week and in what year the Social Security system will finally go bust. Or whether Medicare will be broke first. And most young Americans think that there is as much chance of picking up Social Security when they retire as there is of a sighting of Elvis.

Saving Hunky Town

Savings Are Key to Increased Standards of Living
OCTOBER 01, 2003 by

Understanding Austrian Economics, Part 1

Understanding Founder Carl Menger's Contributions to the Field
OCTOBER 01, 2003 by
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