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The Freeman, Vol. 60, No. 5 (June 2010)

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Federal Deposit Insurance:A Banking System Built on Sand Warren C. Gibson
The Myth of the Model Max Borders
The New Financial Imperialism Robert Stewart
Producing Jobs:Thoughts on Obama’s Plan for Small Businesses Bruce Yandle
Are Welfare State Orphans in Good Hands? James L.Payne
Orient Express to Hell James Bovard


Ideas and Consequences~ The 1932 Bait-and-Switch Lawrence W.Reed
Thoughts on Freedom~ The Private Provision of Public Goods Donald J. Boudreaux
Our Economic Past~ Comparing the Great Depression to the Great Recession Burton W. Folsom, Jr.
Peripatetics~ Jefferson’s Economist Sheldon Richman
Give Me a Break!~ The Right to Work John Stossel
The Pursuit of Happiness~ Drugs, Economics, and Liberty Walter Williams


Perspective~ “What Sort of Despotism Democratic Nations Have to Fear” Sheldon Richman
Nuclear Energy Should Be Subsidized? It Just Ain’t So! Art Carden & Mike Hammock

Book Reviews

Obamanomics: How Barack Obama Is Bankrupting You and Enriching His Wall Street Friends, Corporate Lobbyists, and Union Bosses by Timothy P.Carney George Leef
The Case for Big Government by Jeff Madrick Robert Batemarco
Race & Liberty in America: The Essential Reader, edited by Jonathan Bean; and Dred Scott’s Revenge: A Legal History of Race and Freedom in America by Judge Andrew Napolitano Roger Clegg
Financial Fiasco:How America’s Infatuation with Homeownership and Easy Money Created the Economic Crisis by Johan Norberg Waldemar Ingdahl

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