Freeman

August 1994

Volume 44, 1994

FEATURES

Bunnie Rabbit, Winnie, and the Grand Plan

The Most Constricting Scarcities Are Those of Character and Personality

AUGUST 01, 1994 by WILLIAM R. ALLEN

Reforming America's Medical System Through Deregulation

Nationalizing Health Care Won't Improve Americans' Health

AUGUST 01, 1994 by DOUG BANDOW

Is Canadian Health Care a Good Model for the U.S. to Follow?

Americans Have an Idealized Vision of the Canadian Health Care System

AUGUST 01, 1994 by MICHAEL WALKER

If You Build It, They Will Come

California's Medi-Cal Program Encourages Waste and Fraud

AUGUST 01, 1994 by K. L. BILLINGSLEY

Environmental Regulation: Just as Bad as Any Other

Private Property Rights Best Allocate Resources

AUGUST 01, 1994 by GREGORY CHRISTAINSEN

The Power of Positive Example

Graduates' Actions Can Shape Society for the Better

AUGUST 01, 1994 by LAWRENCE W. REED

At Home, But Hardly Alone

Why Do So Many Families Want Their Children Out of Public Schools?

AUGUST 01, 1994 by JIM CHRISTIE
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