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Racism

by Clint Bolick

Racism, or the belief that certain racial or ethnic groups are inferior to others or deserve lesser treatment, is fundamentally opposed to individualism.

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Regulation

by Michael C. Munger

Government regulation of the market is often argued to be a response to market failures. However, often these regulations make society worse off.

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Rent Seeking

by Sanford Ikeda

Rent-seeking occurs when actors lobby the government for regulatory legislation that assures the actor an advantage in the market.

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Restitution for Crime

by Bruce Benson

A restitution-based system, which requires those guilty to pay recompense to those they wrong, may be more just than our retribution or crime-based systems.

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Retribution for Crime

by Eric Mack

Retributive justice holds that punishment is the only way to achieve justice and properly disincentivize criminal behavior, but to explain why, opinions differ.

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Right to Bear Arms

by Nelson Lund

The right to bear arms, though vaguely written and often debated, is a Constitutional guarantee that protects the right for self-protection.

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Rule of Law

by Norman Barry

The rule of law keeps society protected and in order by holding everyone – including government – accountable to objective standards of behavior.