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Volume 12 Number 2
Fall 2007

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    Unprophetic Tocqueville: How Democracy in America Got the Modern World Completely Wrong
By Daniel Choi

What Ended the Great Depression? It Was Not World War II
By Frank G. Steindl

The Attrition of Urban Real-Property Rights
By Edwin S. Mills

Property Rights, Liberty, and Corruption in Serbia
By Milic Milovanovic

The Long Road Back: Signal Noise in the Post-Katrina Context
By Emily Chamlee-Wright

Going Postal: Regulatory Reform for the Digital Age
By James A. Montanye

The German Economy: Europe’s Faltering Giant
By John Mueller

Book Reviews

    Reviving the Invisible Hand: The Case for Classical Liberalism in the Twenty-first Century
By Deepak Lal
Reviewed by Suri Ratnapala

On Classical Economics
By Thomas Sowell
Reviewed by James C. W. Ahiakpor

Celebrating Irving Fisher: The Legacy of a Great Economist
Edited by Robert W. Dimand and John Geanakoplos
Reviewed by Robert L. Formaini

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    Military-Economic Fascism: How Business Corrupts Government, and Vice Versa
By Robert Higgs


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