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On Minding One's Own Business-A Page on Freedom
by William Graham Sumner, p. 67 -
We best help others by attending to our own affairs.
Big Lessons for a Little Boy
by Dennis L. Peterson, pp. 68-73 -
A youngster learns the principles of labor and management.
The Secret of Swiss Prosperity
by Dean Russell, pp. 74-83 -
Prosperity occurs when there is a favorable economic and political climate.
Evading the Issue
by Clarence B. Carson, pp. 84-88 -
How Marx and Freud have contributed to the breakdown of reason.
Equality, Justice, and Liberty
by John K. Williams, pp. 89-99 -
How friends of freedom may reclaim terms the socialists had usurped.
Live Long and Prosper
by Ernest G. Ross, pp. 100-106 -
Concerning the individual's right to grow older at his own expense.
Ideological Roots of Unionism
by Hans F. Sennholz, pp. 107-120 -
The political power of labor unions traces back to the misconceptions of early e...
Capitalism and Human Nature
by Richard H. Crum, pp. 121-125 -
The vital difference between competitive enterprise and the welfare state.
Bernard M. Baruch, by James L. Grant
--- by John Chamberlain,, pp. 126-128 -
Bernard M. Baruch
by James L. Grant
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