Freeman

September 2002

Volume 52, 2002

FEATURES

The Blight of Eminent Domain

Blight Is Whatever a City Declares It to Be

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by STEVEN GREENHUT

Underdeveloping Indiana

What Would Indiana Look Like if It Adopted the Trade Policies Common to Underdeveloped Nations?

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by MANUEL F. AYAU

Michael Bellesiles and Guns in the Early Republic

Guns, Violence, and Hunting Were Commonplace in Early America

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by CLAYTON CRAMER

Living with Mass Transit

Why Do People Keep Wanting to Buy Cars?

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by STEPHEN BROWNE

Plunder in Argentina

The Argentine Financial System Is Dead

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by GUILLERMO YEATTS

Robert Nozick, Philosopher of Liberty

Nozick Gave Libertarian Ideas a Controversial Presence in Academia

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by RODERICK T. LONG

The Fraud of Seat-Belt Laws

Seat-Belt Laws Infringe a Person's Constitutional Rights

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by WILLIAM J. HOLDORF

The Bard Never Said "Click It or Ticket"

There's No Such Thing as a Beneficient Autocrat

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by TED ROBERTS

George Westinghouse: Problem-Solver

How One Man's Business Helped Thousands

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by CHARLES OLIVER

Education and the First Amendment

How Anti-Voucher Arguments Unwittingly Support the Separation of School and State

SEPTEMBER 01, 2002 by BARRY LOBERFELD
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