Issue: Labor and Employment

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U.S. Should Allow Venezuela to Export More Oil
Peru’s Defining Moment: Its Government Rightly Prevented an Illegal, Leftist Coup
The Money Supply and the Housing Market Are Joined at the Hip
Housing markets have reacted as the quantity theory of money would predict.
The Most Selfish Generation
Americans today can’t match the achievements of the Greatest Generation.
Conflicting Health Policy Visions in the Senate
New California Law Will Cripple Its $20 Billion Fast-Food Industry
California’s new fast-food law establishes a politically appointed council with unprecedented power to regulate the industry by setting worker wages, hours, and other working conditions.
Who’s to Blame for the High Cost of Living?
Congress flails, the Fed professes responsibility, and taxpayers get stuck holding the bag.
How the Boom Bust Works
Let Them Compete: Labor Markets Are Workers’ Friends, Not Their Enemies
Why Doesn’t This Economist Want His Daughter to Be a Feminist?

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