Only by realizing that deregulation is a matter of profound moral truth—not of convenience, efficiency, cost, or pleasure—can we overcome the intellectual and moral force of the case for regulation
The world's major environmental problems are created by people struggling to survive, people with few options; not by industry, technology or the economy.
They are merely "safety" bumpers, they say, but these cumbersome, weighty items, not only contribute nothing to safety, but in some way affect every facet of vehicle performance.
Rothbard's basic principle that we own ourselves is open to question.
When you tax effort, you get less of it; when you subsidize leisure, you get more of it. Arguments over who is to get the fruits of our labor become moot if the result is less labor and less fruit.
Culture & Reviews
Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Turning Point, September 30, 1955
A selective mention of books received
Running to win