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Volume 28  Number 4  •  Spring 2024
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Articles
A Vision of a Productive Free Society: Murray Rothbard’s For a New Liberty
For a New Liberty after Fifty Years
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Libertarianism, Oversimplified
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Seeing the State through For a New Liberty
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Privatize the Public Sector: Murray Rothbard’s Stateless Libertarian Society
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Conservation, Ecology, and Growth in For a New Liberty
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Murray Rothbard on War and Foreign Policy
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The Political Economy of Rising Defense Costs
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What Is in the Federal Reserve’s Doomsday Book?
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Yoram Barzel: Property Rights, Political Economy, and the Reorganization of Economic Analysis
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Concepts before Measurement: A Rejoinder to Ryan Murphy on the Developmental State
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Time on the Cross at Fifty
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Book Reviews
Out of the Melting Pot, into the Fire: Multiculturalism in the World’s Past and America’s Future
Following Their Leaders: Political Preferences and Public Policy
The Monetarists: The Making of the Chicago Monetary Theory Tradition, 1927–1960
Better Money: Gold, Fiat, or Bitcoin?
Homelessness Is a Housing Problem; Homelessness in America
The Human Prosperity Project: Essays on Socialism and Free Market Capitalism from the Hoover Institution
Pricing the Priceless: A History of Environmental Economics
Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative
GOAT: Who Is the Greatest Economist of All Time and Why Does It Matter?
Equality of Opportunity: A Century of Debate
The Early Years of Economics in the United States: The Influence of the German Historical School of Economics on Teaching and Theory
The Death of Public School: How Conservatives Won the War over Education in America
A Paleoconservative Anthology: New Voices for an Old Tradition
The Power of Hope: How the Science of Well-Being Can Save Us from Despair
Everyday Freedom: Designing the Framework for a Flourishing Society
Unintended Consequences and the Social Sciences: An Intellectual History
The Culture Transplant: How Migrants Make the Economies They Move to a Lot Like the Ones They Left
Challenges in Classical Liberalism: Debating the Policies of Today versus Tomorrow
The Two-Parent Privilege: How Americans Stopped Getting Married and Started Falling Behind
How States Think: The Rationality of Foreign Policy
The Origins and Evolution of Consumer Capitalism; Crack-Up Capitalism



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