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September 1992

Volume 42, 1992

FEATURES

Power and Accountability

SEPTEMBER 01, 1992 by LORD ACTON

There is no worse heresy than that the office sanctifies the holder of it.

Thoughts on Creativity While Watching the Twilight Zone

SEPTEMBER 01, 1992 by THOMAS A. GIOVANETTI

Free markets demand creativity.

Lessons from an Entrepreneur

SEPTEMBER 01, 1992 by DAVID LABAND

Sam Walton was an enormously successful free-market capitalist.

The Toxicity of Environmentalism

SEPTEMBER 01, 1992 by GEORGE REISMAN

Prominent environmentalists express ideas and wishes which, if acted upon, would mean terror and death for enormous numbers of human beings.

The Gregs of Styal

SEPTEMBER 01, 1992 by ROBERT THOMAS

The Gregs applied the ideas of free trade and spread prosperity and liberty in Britain and across the world.

Prelude to the Total State

SEPTEMBER 01, 1992 by NELSON HULTBERG

There can never be a third way between capitalism and socialism.

Men Versus Machines

SEPTEMBER 01, 1992 by J. GRESHAM MACHEN

What shall be done about the increasing problem of leisure time?

Smoking on Airplanes

SEPTEMBER 01, 1992 by ROBERT T SMITH

Was the FAA right to ban smoking on all domestic flights?

Letter to a Congressman

SEPTEMBER 01, 1992 by STEPHEN J. DOW

Much of the problem with the federal budget has arisen out of the mistaken concept of a "right" to basic goods and services.

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