April 2006Volume 56, 2006
A Tale of Social Democratic Fiscal Policy
APRIL 01, 2006 by RICHARD EBELING
Wars always bring great destruction in theirwake. Human lives are lost or left crippled;wealth is consumed to cover the costs ofcombat; battles and bombs leave accumulated capital inruins; real and imagined injustices turn men against theexisting order of things; and demagogues emerge to playon the frustrations and fears in peoples minds.
John Tierney's Modest Proposal
APRIL 01, 2006 by ROY CORDATO
One Group Should Not Be Taxed to Support Another
APRIL 01, 2006 by BURTON FOLSOM
Narrow Preferences Should Not Be Imposed on the Entire Nation
APRIL 01, 2006 by STEVEN GREENHUT
What should libertarians think of an increasingly influential land-use and planning movement known as the New Urbanism,which seeks a broad change in the way cities and suburbsdevelop?
The Negative-Sum Approach Is Politically Compelling
APRIL 01, 2006 by DWIGHT R. LEE
This Catholic Priest Understood the Dangers to Liberty
APRIL 01, 2006 by ALBERTO MINGARDI
Over the past several decades The Freeman and FEE have introduced the liberty-loving public to many great thinkers of the past who otherwise would have fallen into oblivion.