The Current Recovery in Perspective

– November 1, 2003

Economic BulletinVol. XLIII, no. 11 | November, 2003 

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What Your Car Really Costs 2003

– October 1, 2003

Economic BulletinVol. XLIII, no. 10 | October, 2003The 2003 edition is unavailable.  Below is a link to the 2004 edition, which contains much of the same data.

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What You Need to Know About Social Security 2003

– September 1, 2003

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLIII, no. 9 | September 2003 by John Attarian

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Opportunities for Property Tax Improvement

– July 1, 2003

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLIII, no. 7 | July, 2003 by C. Lowell Harriss This article is based on a paper prepared for the Fourth International Conference on Local Taxation and Property Valuation, which was held by the Institute of Revenue, Rating, and Va …

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Free Competition Is Voluntary Cooperation

– June 1, 2003

Economic BulletinVol. XLIII, no. 6 | June 2003This piece was written by Col. E. C. Harwood, the founder of AIER, in 1956, and included in the later publication “Usefule Economics” (1970).

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What is Public Choice Theory?

– May 1, 2003

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLIII, no. 5 | May 2003 by James M. Buchanan

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AIER After 70 Years

– April 1, 2003

Economic Bulletin Vol. XLIII, no. 4 | April 2003

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AIER Chart Book (2003)

– March 1, 2003

Economic BulletinVol. XLIII, no. 3 | March 2003the 2003 edition is unavailable.  This is a link to the 2005 edition.

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How to Cover the Gaps in Medicare 2003

– February 1, 2003

Economic BulletinVol. XLIII, no. 2 | February 20032003 edition is unavailable.  This is a link to the 2004 edition, which included only minor changes.

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Dewey and Democracy: A Critique

– January 1, 2003

Economic Bulltin Vol. XLIII, no. 1 | January, 2003 by Richard A. Posner

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What Social Classes Owe to Each Other

– December 1, 2002

Economic BulletinVol. XLII, no. 12 | December 2002by WIlliam A. SumnerExcerpted passages from What Social Classes Owe to Each Other, first published in 1883.

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