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For Free Men and Women

The latest issue of The Freeman — the venerable (almost-)monthly magazine published by the Foundation for Economic Education since 1956 — has three especially fine articles.

One is by historian Steve Davies, who wonders how our sense of history would be different if, instead of marking history by important dates in politics and war, we marked it by the dates of important commercial and industrial events that proved to have enormous impact on our lives (such as the advent of container shipping).

The second is by Max Borders who argues, wisely, that "government solutions to climate change are wrong-headed."

In the third, economist David Henderson offers a friendly critique of Russ Roberts’s assumption (made in an article appearing in an earlier edition of this magazine) that government generally does provide security.


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