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The Freeman, Vol. 60, No. 4 (May 2010)



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Features

The Census: Vehicle for Social Engineering Wendy McElroy
Whole-Body Imaging: Intrusion Without Security Becky Akers
Sowing and Reaping Devastation in Haiti T. Norman Van Cott
Common Versus Government Property Kevin Carson
Do We Really Want a Right to Health Care? Theodore Levy
I, Slide Rule Richard W. Fulmer
Mr. Obama and the Bankers: “Doin’ What Comes Natur’lly” Bruce Yandle
GDP: Who Needs It? Warren C. Gibson

Columns

The Shame of Medicine: Acquittal by Psychiatry Thomas Szasz
How We’ll Know When We’ve Won Lawrence W. Reed
Football and Spontaneous Orders Stephen Davies
Big Government’s Cronies John Stossel
Corruption in Government? Shocking! Sheldon Richman
Forgotten Lines David R. Henderson

Departments

Anti-Populists Made America Great? Joseph R. Stromberg
Obama and the Public Sheldon Richman

Book Reviews

Nothing to Fear: FDR’s Inner Circle and the Hundred Days that Created Modern America by Adam Cohen Roger W. Garrison
The Power of Freedom:Uniting Human Rights and Development by Jean-Pierre Chauffour Rosemarie Fike
Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto by Mark Levin George Leef
Globalization: The Irrational Fear that Someone in China Will Take Your Job by Bruce C. Greenwald & Judd Kahn Phil Murray

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