Issue 167

Voluntary Government as a Marketable Service: Reminiscences on the History of an Idea

By Alvin Lowi [1] Back in 1954, when he was at the Foundation for Economic Education at Irvington-on-Hudson, New York, economist Baldy Harper called the idea of voluntary government a most radical one. [2] At that time, Harper said he could count on the fingers of one hand all the people he knew in the …

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Insurance Companies as Competing Governments: Whose Idea Was It?

By Richard Boren The article ( Insurance Companies as Competing Governments: Whose Idea Was It? ) below was first published in Issue 167, 4th Quarter, 2015. [Editor’s Note: As some of you may know, I operate a small retail tire store and auto service center. Several problems in the store involve questions regarding the sale …

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