Freeman

July 1959

Volume 9, 1959

FEATURES

A Free Society

JULY 01, 1959 by SYLVESTER PETRO, LAWRENCE NOONAN

The following exchange poses a question that is--and an answer that ought to be--of increasing concern to all who love life.

Labor vs. Management

JULY 01, 1959 by WILLIAM H. PETERSON

False Separatism

What is Virtue?

JULY 01, 1959 by DAVID NEWHALL

A philosopher interested in the area of business and ethics asks...

Great Expectations

JULY 01, 1959 by W. RULON WILLIAMSON

Some facts about Social Security

Agricultural Subsidies in Great Britain

JULY 01, 1959 by GEORGE WINDER

A study in miniature of the situation in the United States and other "planned" economies

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