The Mont Pelerin Society's 1978 gathering in Hong Kong brought news of encouraging intellectual trends.
Culture & Reviews
A Ross MacDonald novel is more than a thriller.
Total war, nuclear deterrence, terrorism, reprisals-drawing some moral lines.
Kemp-Roth, Steiger, Jarvis…all gain intellectual support from this innovative view of taxes in history.
R.D. Rosen singles out the weirdest of the new humanistic therapies. Offering instant happiness, they perpetuate a jargon that short-circuits understanding and intimacy.
Like Hilaire Belloc in 1913, Jean-François Revel considers the options but gives up on the free society without careful investigation.
Three new books identify government as the culprit in our serious housing problems but fail utterly to offer appropriate solutions.
What is futurism? Who's doing it? How will it affect you? What if it included the libertarian vision?
Even before Adam Smith, political philosophers elevated self-interest to the key principle of social order.
Clark's flawed lives of Edison and Einstein can reveal what scientific biography should be.
A self-help book with substance
Which books provide a solid free-market introduction to economics?
Year of the dollar?