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    1. The Freeman
      , November 1962, pp. 59-62 - PDF
    2. Book Reviews 
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      Throttling the Railroads, by Clarence B. Carson
      1. Throttling the Railroads by Clarence B. Carson
      The Freeman
      , September 1971, pp. 566-568 - PDF
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      To Free or Freeze, by Leonard E. Read
      1. To Free or Freeze by Leonard E. Read
      The Freeman
      , August 1972, pp. 506-508 - PDF
    4. Book Reviews 
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      At the Eye of the Storm, by Ron Arnold
      1. At the Eye of the Storm by Ron Arnold
      The Freeman
      , June 1983, pp. 377-379 - PDF
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      Memoirs, 1945-1953, by Konrad Adenauer
      1. Memoirs, 1945-1953 by Konrad Adenauer
      The Freeman
      , August 1966, pp. 60-62 - PDF
    6. Book Reviews 
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      The Admiral's Log, by Admiral Ben Moreell
      1. The Admiral's Log by Admiral Ben Moreell
      The Freeman
      , June 1958, pp. 57-60 - PDF
    7. Book Reviews 
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      Planning for Freedom, by Ludwig von Mises
      1. Planning for Freedom by Ludwig von Mises
      The Freeman
      , November 1980, pp. 698-700 - PDF
    8. Book Reviews 
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      The Future of Business Regulation, by Murray L. Weidenbaum
      1. The Future of Business Regulation by Murray L. Weidenbaum
      The Freeman
      , January 1980, pp. 58-60 - PDF
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      Foreign Aid Reexamined, by James W. Wiggins and Helmut Schoeck
      1. Foreign Aid Reexamined by James W. Wiggins and Helmut Schoeck
      The Freeman
      , March 1959, pp. 59-64 - PDF
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      The Economics of Freedom, by Massimo Salvadori
      1. The Economics of Freedom by Massimo Salvadori
      2. The Image of America by Raymond-Leopold Bruckberger
      The Freeman
      , September 1959, pp. 60-64 - PDF
    11. Book Reviews 
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      Back to Basics, by Burton Yale Pines
      1. Back to Basics by Burton Yale Pines
      The Freeman
      , October 1982, pp. 632-634 - PDF
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      1877~~Eighteen Seventy-Seven, by Robert V. Bruce
      1. 1877~~Eighteen Seventy-Seven by Robert V. Bruce
      2. In the Days of McKinley by Margaret Leech
      The Freeman
      , April 1960, pp. 53-56 - PDF
    13. Book Reviews 
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      Enemies of Society, by Paul Johnson
      1. Enemies of Society by Paul Johnson
      The Freeman
      , March 1978, pp. 188-190 - PDF
    14. Book Reviews 
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      Frederic Bastiat, by Dean Russell
      1. Frederic Bastiat by Dean Russell
      The Freeman
      , August 1969, pp. 507-509 - PDF
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      Frederic Bastiat: A Man Alone, by George Charles Roche III
      1. Frederic Bastiat: A Man Alone by George Charles Roche III
      The Freeman
      , August 1971, pp. 509-512 - PDF
    16. Book Reviews 
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      The Apocalyptics, by Edith Efron
      1. The Apocalyptics by Edith Efron
      The Freeman
      , March 1985, pp. 189-192 - PDF
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      (2 Reviews)
      The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America, by Verna M. ...
      1. The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America by Verna M. Hall
      2. John Locke and the Doctrine of Majority Rule by Willmoore Kendall
      The Freeman
      , August 1960, pp. 57-60 - PDF
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      Compulsory Mis-Education, and the Community of Scholars, by Paul Goodman
      1. Compulsory Mis-Education, and the Community of Scholars by Paul Goodman
      The Freeman
      , May 1965, pp. 60-62 - PDF
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      Folkways, by William Graham Sumner
      1. Folkways by William Graham Sumner
      The Freeman
      , March 1960, pp. 58-62 - PDF
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      Black and Conservative, by George S. Schuyler
      1. Black and Conservative by George S. Schuyler
      The Freeman
      , December 1966, pp. 53-56 - PDF