Toward Liberty: The Idea that is Changing the World : 25 Years of Public Policy from the Cato Institute

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David Boaz
Cato Institute, 2002 - 460페이지
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In this collection, scholars and political leaders make the case for freedom, free enterprise, and the rule of law.

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FOREIGN AFFAIRS
243
The Constitution and the Evolution of US Foreign Policy
245
The Case for US Strategic Independence
254
Does US Intervention Overseas Breed Terrorism?
264
Fools Errands?
274
TRADE AND INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
287
The Globalization of Finance
289
Using the Market for Social Development
297

Deregulating the Poor
81
Has the Crisis Passed?
95
The Success of Chiles Privatized Social Security
105
Ending Welfare as We Know It
111
Preschool in the Nanny State
125
THE REGULATORY STATE
129
The High Cost of Government Regulation
131
EnviroCapitalism vs Environmental Statism
139
Federal Deposit Insurance Source of SL Crisis
147
Parasite Economy Latches onto New Host
155
A WORLD IN TRANSITION
159
Fear and Loathing in the Soviet Union
161
Workers against the Workers State
168
Let a Billion Flowers Bloom
180
Prospects for Peaceful Change in South Africa
182
Democracy and Market
192
The Communist Road to SelfEnslavement
199
Chinas Quiet Property Rights Revolution
206
Why Socialism Collapsed in Eastern Europe
214
The Delicate Mixture of Intentions and Spontaneity
222
Private Education Emerges in China
229
Market Socialism or Market Taoism?
232
Free Trade from the Bottom Up
308
Why the IMF Should Not Intervene
320
LAW AND LIBERTY
327
Economic Affairs as Human Affairs
329
Reckoning on Two Kinds of Error
337
The Constitutional Protection of Economic Freedom
345
National Emergency and the Erosion of Private Property Rights
353
The Forgotten Ninth and Tenth Amendments
370
Privacy as Property Right
379
Clintons Chilling Constitutional Legacy
388
The War on Drugs
400
DEMOCRACY AND CULTURE
409
Myths of Individualism
411
Rights and Responsibilities
419
The Right to Do as You Please and Take the Consequences
422
Are Libertarians AntiGovernment?
425
Creating a World of Free Men
428
Is Our Culture in Decline?
433
Affirmative Action Cant Be Mended
442
The Future of Liberty
452
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398 페이지 - Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
246 페이지 - The great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is, in extending our commercial relations to have with them as little political connection as possible.
386 페이지 - The Fourth and Fifth Amendments were described in Boyd v. United States, 116 US 616, 630, as protection against all governmental invasions "of the sanctity of a man's home and the privacies of life.
82 페이지 - ... so shall him require. And take only the wages, livery, meed, or salary, which were accustomed to be given in the places where he oweth to serve, the xx.
382 페이지 - I like my privacy as well as the next one, but I am nevertheless compelled to admit that government has a right to invade it unless prohibited by some specific constitutional provision.
368 페이지 - In view of the ease, expedition and safety with which Congress can grant and has granted large emergency powers, certainly ample to embrace this crisis, I am quite unimpressed with the argument that we should affirm possession of them without statute. Such power either has no beginning or it has no end. If it exists, it need submit to no legal restraint. I am not alarmed that it would plunge us straightway into...

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