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The Freeman, Vol. 60, No. 3 (April 2010)

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Legends of the Fall: The Real and Imagined Sources of Our Bubble Economy Richard W. Fulmer
The End of Medicine: Not With a Bang,But a Whimper Theodore Levy
A Health Insurance Criminal Pleads His Case James L. Payne
The Wisdom of Nien Cheng James A. Dorn
Botswana: A Diamond in the Rough Scott Beaulier
The Improbable Prose of Nassim Nicholas Taleb Robert P. Murphy
Government Moonshine Michael Heberling
How Shall We Live? Paul Cleveland & Art Carden


Ideas and Consequences~ Anti-Force is the Common Denominator Lawrence W. Reed
Thoughts on Freedom ~ On the Rule of Law Donald J. Boudreaux
Our Economic Past ~ Private Capital Consumption:Another Downside of the Wartime “Miracle of Production” Robert Higgs
Peripatetics ~ Opaque by Design Sheldon Richman
Give Me a Break! ~ Let’s Take the “Crony”Out of “Crony Capitalism” John Stossel
The Pursuit of Happiness ~ ObamaCare and Unions Charles W. Baird


Perspective ~ Murray Rothbard Sheldon Richman
Government Must Stimulate to Avoid a 1937-Style Recession? It Just Ain’t So! Ivan Pongracic, Jr.

Book Reviews

The Beautiful Tree by James Tooley Max Borders
Capitalism at Work: Business, Government, and Energy by Robert L. Bradley, Jr. Michael Beitler
Herbert Hoover by William E. Leuchtenburg Jim Powell
End the Fed by Ron Paul George Leef

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