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Pro-Choice

Boaz singles out freedom of choice as the fundamental difference between libertarian and conservative viewpoints.

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On the First Principles of Federalism

Pilon cites the gutting of the 10th Amendment and the Doctrine of Enumerated Powers in this statement before Congress on why the people no longer trust Washington.

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Restoring the Lost Constitution

Barnett traces a history of Supreme Court decisions that have eviscerated the individual rights he argues the Constitution was originally intended to protect.

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Bourgeois Virtues?

Attempting to reclaim the term “bourgeois” from its Marxist detractors, McCloskey examines the dual myths of the innate virtues and the innate evil of capitalism.

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Ayn Rand at 100

Doherty combines a short biography of the mother of Objectivism with an analysis of the intellectual impact of her published works.

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Rich is Beautiful

Affluence is not an evil to be belittled but it is a good that the West is fortunate to have attained, and that is increasingly benefiting the rest of the world.

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Capitalism and Human Nature

In an attempt to understand what makes capitalism tend to work better than communism, Wilkinson turns to evolutionary psychology.