Private Property Rights, Economic Freedom, and Well-Being

– November 1, 2002

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLII, no. 11 | November 2002 by Benajmin Powell

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Life Insurance from the Buyer’s Point of View

– October 1, 2002

Economic BulletinVol. XLII, no. 10 | October, 2002by Kerry A. Lynch

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What Your Car Really Costs 2002

– September 1, 2002

Economic BulletinVol. XLII, no. 9 | September, 2002This edition of this publication is not currently available in digital format. 

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Behavioral Law and Economics: A Critique

– August 1, 2002

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLII, no. 8 | August 2002 by Richard A. Posner

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Antitrust is Anti-Consumer

– July 1, 2002

Economic BulletinVol. XLII, no. 7 | July 2002by Benjamin Powell and Adam Summers

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The Status of Gold

– June 1, 2002

Economic BulletinVol. XLII, no. 6 | June 2002by Walker F. Todd

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Property Rights: Origins and Theories

– May 1, 2002

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLII, no. 5 | May 2002 by Walker F. Todd

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Homeowner or Tenant (2002)

– April 1, 2002

Economic BulletinVol. XLII, no. 4 | April, 2002This issue of this publication is not available in digital format.

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Guidance from an Economics Classic: Henry George’s ‘Protection or Free Trade’

– March 1, 2002

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLII, no. 3 | March, 2002 by C. Lowell Harriss This article, which is based on a paper presented before the Henry George Institute, originally appeared in the July 1989 issue of The American Journal of Economics and Sociology.

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AIER Chart Book (2002)

– February 1, 2002

Economic BulletinVol. XLII, no. 2 | February 2002This edition of this publication is not currently available digitally. 

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How to Invest Wisely 2002

– January 1, 2002

Economic BulletinVol. XLII, no. 1 | January 2002The 2002 edition of this publication is not currently available in digital format.  The link below is for the 2004 edition.

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How War Amplified Federal Power in the Twentieth Century

– December 1, 2001

Economic Bulletin, December, 2001 One of the ironies of history is that, contrary to Marxist notions, wars do not benefit capitalist economies, but rather tend to create socialist economies. An inescapable feature of wartime government has been th …

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