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Volume 14 Number 1
Summer 2009

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    Some Problems with Spontaneous Order
By Timothy Sandefur

With Friends Like These, Who Needs Enemies? Aiding the World's Worst Dictators
By Christopher J. Coyne
Matt E. Ryan

The Modern Health Care Maze: Development and Effects of the Four-Party System
By Ronald F. White
Charles Kroncke

Selling Slave Families Down the River: Property Rights and the Public Auction
By Mark Thornton
Mark A. Yanochik
Bradley T. Ewing

Entrepreneurship and Growth: A Latin American Paradox?
By Cristián Larroulet
Juan Pablo Couyoumdjian

Reflections

    If Mexicans and Americans Could Cross the Border Freely
By Jacques Delacroix
Sergey Nikiforov

Review Essays

    Animal Spirits
By Arnold Kling

Book Reviews

    The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded Freedom
By Robert A. Levy and William Mellor
Reviewed by James W. Ely Jr.

The Cult of the Presidency
By Gene Healy
Reviewed by Ryan W. McMaken

Montessori, Dewey, and Capitalism: Educational Theory for a Free Market in Education
By Jerry Kirkpatrick
Reviewed by Jane S. Shaw

Etceteras

    A Revealing Window on the U.S. Economy in Depression and War: Hours Worked, 1929–1950
By Robert Higgs


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