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David R. Henderson

In Praise of Debt

David R. Henderson
June 6, 2016

In Shakespeare's play Hamlet, Polonius argued that taking on debt "dulls the edge of husbandry." But does it? In this month's Featured Article, David R. Henderson argues that although debt can be dangerous, it can also be very valuable to those who take it on.
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Arnold Kling

Liberalism and Its Enemies

Arnold Kling
June 6, 2016
Is free speech being forsaken by the Left? Kim Holmes thinks so and thinks that postmodern philosophy is to blame. Arnold Kling, often a social evolutionist, finds Holmes persuasive on the philosophy battleground.
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Anthony de Jasay

'Che' Guevara in the Vatican, Part II

Anthony de Jasay
June 6, 2016
Anthony de Jasay's follow-up to last month's column comparing Che Guevara and Pope Francis delves deeper into the new doctrine propounded by the Pontiff. The 'bridled capitalism' preferred by Francis comes under de Jasay's critical lens.
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AN ECONOMIST LOOKS AT EUROPE

Pedro Schwartz continues his study of the erosion of classical liberalism and political economy.
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