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Year 1997 Archives
The Freeman Archives
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  • The Freeman
    Total Archives: 56 Years, 639 Issues, 9,179 Articles, 40,767pp
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    1. To overcome discrimination, look to the market.
      The Freeman
      , October 1997, pp. 613-614 - PDF
    2. Ending corporate welfare as we know it.
      The Freeman
      , November 1997, pp. 654-655 - PDF
    3. Portrait of "an authentic American radical."
      The Freeman
      , March 1997, pp. 160-169 - PDF
    4. An English martyr for republican government.
      The Freeman
      , October 1997, pp. 625-628 - PDF
    5. Without good new ideas, progress stalls and civilizations perish, this inventor says.
      The Freeman
      , July 1997, pp. 404-407 - PDF
    6. Legislation has corrupted labor relations.
      The Freeman
      , May 1997, pp. 276-278 - PDF
    7. A champion of religious toleration, free expression, sound money, and prudent government.
      The Freeman
      , August 1997, pp. 496-507 - PDF
    8. Departments 
      The Freeman
      , July 1997, p. 455 - PDF
    9. Ayn Rand's masterpiece lives on.
      The Freeman
      , May 1997, pp. 295-298 - PDF
    10. Benefit societies can provide genuine welfare reform.
      The Freeman
      , May 1997, pp. 287-289 - PDF
    11. Allocating resources more efficiently.
      The Freeman
      , January 1997, pp. 38-40 - PDF
    12. A defender of the individual and foe of collectivism.
      The Freeman
      , October 1997, pp. 632-641 - PDF
    13. Features 
      The enterprising Founder who "snatched the lightning from heaven and the scepter from t...
      The Freeman
      , April 1997, pp. 228-240 - PDF
    14. Potential monopolies should be exposed to the discipline of market competition.
      The Freeman
      , January 1997, pp. 23-26 - PDF
    15. Capitalism creates an environment in which virtue can flourish
      The Freeman
      , November 1997, pp. 679-680 - PDF
    16. It's time to put corporate welfare on the chopping block.
      The Freeman
      , April 1997, pp. 216-219 - PDF
    17. A vital link.
      The Freeman
      , October 1997, pp. 615-619 - PDF
    18. A classic moral defense.
      The Freeman
      , March 1997, pp. 128-132 - PDF
    19. The story of Roger MacBride.
      The Freeman
      , October 1997, pp. 610-612 - PDF
    20. The real costs of violent and antisocial behavior
      The Freeman
      , March 1997, p. 151 - PDF