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    Total Archives: 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
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    1. An examination of opposing views about the nature and distribution of wealth.
      The Freeman
      , June 1983, pp. 369-376 - PDF
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      At the Eye of the Storm, by Ron Arnold
      1. At the Eye of the Storm by Ron Arnold
      The Freeman
      , June 1983, pp. 377-379 - PDF
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      USSR: The Corrupt Society, by Konstantin M. Simis
      1. USSR: The Corrupt Society by Konstantin M. Simis
      The Freeman
      , June 1983, pp. 380-381 - PDF
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      Privatizing the Public Sector, by Emanuel S. Savas
      1. Privatizing the Public Sector by Emanuel S. Savas
      The Freeman
      , June 1983, pp. 383-384 - PDF
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      Development Without Aid, by Melvyn B. Krauss
      1. Development Without Aid by Melvyn B. Krauss
      The Freeman
      , June 1983, p. 382 - PDF
    6. Concerning the reasons for the antipathy of the academic profession toward the free mar...
      1. Development Without Aid by Melvyn B. Krauss
      The Freeman
      , June 1983, pp. 339-357 - PDF
    7. The defender of liberty needs no extra burdens to bear.
      1. Development Without Aid by Melvyn B. Krauss
      The Freeman
      , February 1983, pp. 84-92 - PDF
    8. Some unseen ways in which workers eventually pay for alleged benefits.
      1. Development Without Aid by Melvyn B. Krauss
      The Freeman
      , July 1983, pp. 423-439 - PDF
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      (3 Reviews)
      Political Economy and Freedom, by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , August 1983, pp. 508-512 - PDF
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , November 1983, pp. 700-704 - PDF
    10. Is the business cycle the Achilles'heel of capitalism or the result of government inter...
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , January 1983, pp. 29-42 - PDF
    11. Lawyers, doctors, businessmen are judged by the same moral law that applies to all of us.
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , December 1983, pp. 735-740 - PDF
    12. Individuals can answer-if they are free to do so.
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , December 1983, pp. 747-750 - PDF
    13. How faulty theories warp political and economic conditions.
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , March 1983, pp. 175-181 - PDF
    14. Concerning the inefficiency of the laws against usury.
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , August 1983, pp. 495-501 - PDF
    15. Assessing the impact of the computer upon the way we live.
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , October 1983, pp. 594-600 - PDF
    16. Current inflation calls for review of what the Founders thought of the idea.
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , July 1983, pp. 399-408 - PDF
    17. How individual differences work to the benefit of all through open competition.
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , January 1983, pp. 45-55 - PDF
    18. The sad consequences when our court system fails to control crime, but attempts to cont...
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , May 1983, pp. 259-265 - PDF
    19. Policing the market against violence is a political, not an economic, process.
      1. Political Economy and Freedom by G. Warren Nutter, Jane C. Nutter, and...
      2. Pink and Brown People by Thomas Sowell
      3. America by Walter Williams
      The Freeman
      , April 1983, pp. 213-224 - PDF