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Articles written by Robert Higgs in The Independent Review:

Summer 2015 - Gross Domestic Product—an Index of Economic Welfare or a Meaningless Metric?
Spring 2015 - Compassion—a Critical Factor for Attaining and Maintaining a Free Society
Winter 2015 - Tolstoy’s Manifesto on the State, Christian Anarchy, and Pacifism
Fall 2014 - Ronald Coase, Anomalous Superstar of the Economics Profession
Summer 2014 - The Fed’s Immiseration of People Who Live on Interest Earnings
Spring 2014 - The Salmon Trap: An Analogy for People’s Entrapment by the State
Winter 2014 - Worrisome Changes in U.S. Labor Force and Employment since 2007
Fall 2013 - The Sluggish Recovery of Real Net Domestic Private Business Investment
Summer 2013 - Real Gross Domestic Private Product, 2000–2012
Winter 2013 - Truth and Freedom in Economic Analysis and Economic Policy Making
Fall 2012 - Coasian Contracts in the Coeur d’Alene Mining District
Fall 2012 - “War Is Horrible, but . . .”
Fall 2011 - Are Questions of War and Peace Merely One Issue among Many for Libertarians?
Summer 2011 - To Fight or Not to Fight: War’s Payoffs to U.S. Leaders and to the American People
Winter 2011 - The Dangers of Samuelson’s Economic Method
Winter 2010 - Recession and Recovery: Six Fundamental Errors of the Current Orthodoxy
Summer 2009 - A Revealing Window on the U.S. Economy in Depression and War: Hours Worked, 1929–1950
Winter 2009 - Who was Edward M. House?
Fall 2008 - Caging the Dogs of War: How Major U.S. Neoimperialist Wars End
Summer 2008 - Military Spending/Gross Domestic Product = Nonsense for Budget Policymaking
Fall 2007 - Military-Economic Fascism: How Business Corrupts Government, and Vice Versa
Summer 2007 - Results of Still Another Fifty-Year Experiment in Political Economy
Summer 2006 - On “Winning the War”
Winter 2006 - Fear: The Foundation of Every Government’s Power
Fall 2005 - “Not Merely Perfidious but Ungrateful”: The U.S. Takeover of West Florida
Spring 2005 - Benefits and Costs of the U.S. Government’s War Making
Summer 2004 - Lies, Damn Lies, and Conventional Measures of the Growth of Government
Fall 2002 - Government Protects Us?
Summer 2002 - Pity the Poor Japanese
Fall 2001 - The Cold War is Over, but U.S. Preparation for It Continues
Spring 2001 - Results of Another Fifty-Year Experiment in Political Economy
Winter 2001 - Unmitigated Mercantilism
Spring 2000 - The So-Called Third Way
Winter 2000 - Regulatory Harmonization: A Sweet-Sounding, Dangerous Development
Fall 1999 - Lock ’em Up!
Summer 1999 - Escaping Leviathan?
Spring 1999 - We’re All Sick and Government Must Heal Us
Winter 1999 - A Carnival of Taxation
Fall 1998 - What Professor Stiglitz Learned in Washington
Summer 1998 - Official Economic Statistics: The Emperor’s Clothes are Dirty
Spring 1998 - A Tale of Two Labor Markets
Winter 1998 - Puritanism, Paternalism, and Power
Fall 1997 - Death and Taxes
Summer 1997 - Bolingbroke, Nixon, and the Rest of Them
Spring 1997 - Regime Uncertainty: Why the Great Depression Lasted So Long and Why Prosperity Resumed after the War
Spring 1997 - Fifty Years of the Mont Pelerin Society
Winter 1997 - Public Choice and Political Leadership
Fall 1996 - Etceteras . . .
Summer 1996 - Etceteras . . .
Summer 1996 - Editor’s Welcome