Race and Liberty in America: The Essential Reader

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INDEPENDENT STUDIES IN POLITICAL ECONOMY

THE ACADEMY IN CRISIS: The Political Economy of Higher Education| Ed. by John W. Sommer

AGAINST LEVIATHAN: Government Power and a Free Society| Robert Higgs

ALIENATION AND THE SOVIET ECONOMY: The Collapse of the Socialist Era| Paul Craig Roberts

AMERICAN HEALTH CARE: Government, Market Processes and the Public Interest| Ed. by Roger Feldman

ANARCHY AND THE LAW: The Political Economy of Choice| Ed. by Edward P. Stringham

ANTITRUST AND MONOPOLY: Anatomy of a Policy Failure| D. T. Armentano

ARMS, POLITICS, AND THE ECONOMY: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives| Ed. by Robert Higgs

BEYOND POLITICS: Markets, Welfare, and the Failure of Bureaucracy| William Mitchell & Randy Simmons

THE CAPITALIST REVOLUTION IN LATIN AMERICA| Paul Craig Roberts & Karen Araujo

THE CHALLENGE OF LIBERTY: Classical Liberalism Today| Ed. by Robert Higgs & Carl P. Close

CHANGING THE GUARD: Private Prisons and the Control of Crime| Ed. by Alexander Tabarrok

THE CHE GUEVARA MYTH AND THE Future Of LIBERTY| Alvaro Vargas Llosa

CUTTING GREEN TAPE: Toxic Pollutants, Environmental Regulation and the Law| Ed. by Richard Stroup & Roger E. Meiners

THE DECLINE OF AMERICAN LIBERALISM| Arthur A. Ekrich, Jr.

DEPRESSION, WAR, AND COLD WAR: Challenging the Myths of Conflict and Prosperity| Robert Higgs

THE DIVERSITY MYTH: Multiculturalism and Political Intolerance on Campus| David O. Sacks & Peter A. Thiel

DRUG WAR CRIMES: The Consequences of Prohibition| Jeffrey A. Miron

ELECTRIC CHOICES: Deregulation and the Future of Electric Power| Ed. by Andrew Kleit

THE EMPIRE HAS NO CLOTHES: U.S. Foreign Policy Exposed| Ivan Eland

ENTREPRENEURIAL ECONOMICS: Bright Ideas from the Dismal Science| Ed. by Alexander Tabarrok

FAULTY TOWERS: Tenure and the Structure of Higher Education| Ryan Amacher & Roger Meiners

THE FOUNDERS’ SECOND AMENDMENT: Origins of the Right to Bear Arms| Stephen P. Halbrook

FREEDOM, FEMINISM, AND THE STATE| Ed. by Wendy McElroy

GOOD MONEY: Private Enterprise and the Foundation of Modern Coinage| George Selgin

HAZARDOUS TO OUR HEALTH?: FDA Regulation of Health Care Products| Ed. by Robert Higgs

HOT TALK, COLD SCIENCE: Global Warming’s Unfinished Debate| S. Fred Singer

JUDGE AND JURY: American Tort Law on Trial| Eric Helland & Alex Tabarrok

LESSONS FROM THE POOR: Triumph of the Entrepreneurial Spirit| Ed. by Alvaro Vargas Llosa

LIBERTY FOR LATIN AMERICA: How to Undo Five Hundred Years of State Oppression| Alvaro Vargas Llosa

LIBERTY FOR WOMEN: Freedom and Feminism in the Twenty-first Century| Ed. by Wendy McElroy

MAKING POOR NATIONS RICH: Entrepreneurship and the Process of Economic Development| Ed. by Benjamin Powell

MARKET FAILURE OR SUCCESS: The New Debate| Ed. by Tyler Cowen & Eric Crampton

MONEY AND THE NATION STATE: The Financial Revolution, Government, and the World Monetary System| Ed. By Kevin Dowd & Richard H. Timberlake, Jr.

NEITHER LIBERTY NOR SAFETY: Fear, Ideology, and the Growth of Government| Robert Higgs & Carl P. Close

OPPOSING THE CRUSADER STATE: Alternatives to Global Interventionism| Ed. by Robert Higg & Carl P. Close

OUT OF WORK: Unemployment and Government in TwentiethCentury America| Richard K. Vedder & Lowell E. Gallaway

PARTITIONING FOR PEACE: An Exit Strategy for Iraq| Ivan Eland

PLOWSHARES AND PORK BARRELS: The Political Economy of Agriculture| E. C. Pasour, Jr. & Randal R. Rucker

A POVERTY OF REASON Sustainable Development and Economic Growth| Wilfred Beckerman

PRIVATE RIGHTS & PUBLIC ILLUSIONS| Tibor R. Machan

RACE & LIBERTY IN AMERICA: The Essential Reader| Ed. by Jonathan Bean

RECARVING RUSHMORE: Ranking the Presidents on Peace, Prosperity, and Liberty| Ivan Eland

RECLAIMING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: The Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions and Their Legacy| William J. Watkins, Jr.

REGULATION AND THE REAGAN ERA: Politics, Bureaucracy and the Public Interest| Ed. by Roger Meiners & Bruce Yandle

RESTORING FREE SPEECH AND LIBERTY ON CAMPUS| Donald A. Downs

RESURGENCE OF THEWARFARE STATE: The Crisis Since 9/11| Robert Higgs

RE-THINKING GREEN: Alternatives to Environmental Bureaucracy| Ed. by Robert Higgs & Carl P. Close

SCHOOL CHOICES: True and False| John Merrifield

STRANGE BREW: Alcohol and Government Monopoly| Douglas Glen Whitman

STREET SMART: Competition, Entrepreneurship, and the Future of Roads| Ed. by Gabriel Roth

TAXING CHOICE: The Predatory Politics of Fiscal Discrimination| Ed. by William F. Shughart, II

TAXING ENERGY: Oil Severance Taxation and the Economy | Robert Deacon, Stephen DeCanio, H. E. Frech, III, & M. Bruce Johnson

THAT EVERY MAN BE ARMED: The Evolution of a Constitutional Right| Stephen P. Halbrook

TO SERVE AND PROTECT: Privatization and Community in Criminal Justice| Bruce L. Benson

THE VOLUNTARY CITY: Choice, Community, and Civil Society| Ed. by David T. Beito, Peter Gordon & Alexander Tabarro.

TWILIGHT WAR: The Folly of U.S. Space Dominance| Mike Moore

VIETNAM RISING: Culture and Change in Asia’s Tiger Cub| William Ratliff

WINNERS, LOSERS & MICROSOFT: Competition and Antitrust in High Technology| Stan J. Liebowitz & Stephen E. Margolis

WRITING OFF IDEAS: Taxation, Foundations, & Philanthropy in America| Randall G. Holcombe

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