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Henry Hazlitt’s “Economics in One Lesson”

[This review originally appeared in the Spring 2012 issue of the Journal of Faith and the Academy.] Hazlitt, Henry. Economics in One Lesson. Baltimore: Laissez Faire Books, 2012 [1946]. 181 pp., paperback, $14.95 (ebook $9.00). Ordinarily, the reissuing in paperback … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Magna Carta

In case you missed it, Wednesday marked the 896th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, one of the most important documents in the Anglo-American political tradition and, I would argue, in the political tradition of the West generally. … Continue reading

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Shocking News: Government Wastes Money

This might come as a bit of a shock to some, but it appears that the federal government is inefficient. The Government Accountability Office released a report yesterday showing that when it comes to federal agencies, the right hand knows … Continue reading

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C.S. Lewis and Government, Universities Under Attack (Again), and More

The criticisms of universities just keep on coming, on both sides of the Atlantic. In this article a Brit complains that university attendance has become less about education and more of a middle-class rite of passage, a time when “you … Continue reading

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