John Blundell is director general of the Institute of Economic
Affairs in London.
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For Classic Coke and condoms, gold coins and Maggie Thatcher, tax cuts and AIDS…A look backward and forward by a host of REASON friends.
Could a chicken farmer and two economists change British history?
Critics at home say this black "homeland" is a traitor to the anti-apartheid cause. Critics abroad say its hopes for prosperity are a pipedream. An investigative reporter goes to Ciskei to find out what's really happening.
In five years as Britain's prime minister, she's broken with forty years of British politics.
True stories of the absurd consequences of government's meddling in business
Large chunks of Britain's corporate state are being returned to the private sector.