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December 1986

Volume 36, 1986

FEATURES

Preface

DECEMBER 01, 1986

Ravioli and the Economics of Trade

DECEMBER 23, 2013 by JAMES L. DOTI

Those who benefit the most from tariffs can make heartfelt appeals--and have a far stronger incentive to lobby for them than the rest of us--who suffer from them--do.

Deficits Do Matter

Governments Rarely Invest Their Funds Productively

MARCH 01, 2004 by HANS SENNHOLZ

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