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FFF Articles consists of every article that has ever been published by The Future of Freedom Foundation in reverse chronological order from our inception in 1989 to date. You can also search for FFF articles on the right side of the page under Find Freedom on FFF.

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World War II and the Triumph of Keynesianism

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War, everybody says, is hell. But many Americans do not really believe this truism, especially when the war in question is World War II. Of course, for the men who had to endure the horrors of combat, the war was terrible — just how terrible, hundreds of thousands of them did not live to say. But the great majority ... [click for more]

As Capitalism Wins, the U.S. Drops Out

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American political and economic life has entered a twilight zone. As countries everywhere are embracing capitalism, the United States, unfortunately, is moving toward democratic socialism. As I travel the world, the irony could not be more profound. I've been to Mexico to talk about free-market reform, to Russia and Eastern Europe — to meet with young entrepreneurs, and all over ... [click for more]

Book Review: The Politics of Envy

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The Politics of Envy: Statism as Theology by Doug Bandow (New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books, 1994); 338 pages; $19.95. In his recent book, The Politics of Envy: Statism as Theology, Doug Bandow analyzes the destructive effect of envy in the contemporary world. "e live in an age of envy," he says. The problem is not that people simply want ... [click for more]

The Roots of World War II

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It is commonly thought that the 20th century witnessed two world wars. It would be more accurate to say that the century had but one world war — with a 21-year intermission. To put it another way, World War II grew out of World War I; indeed, it was made virtually inevitable by it. More ... [click for more]

The Greatest Enemy

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They're out to get me — the most relentless, implacable foe a human being ever had. They've been after me all my life. On the day I was born, they demanded to know who I was and where I was so that they could put me on their list. Their spies ... [click for more]

Book Review: Dismantling Utopia

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Dismantling Utopia: How Information Ended the Soviet Union by Scott Shane (Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1994); 324 pages; $25.00. Ten years ago, on March 11, 1985, Mikhail Gorbachev came to power in the Soviet Union as General Secretary of the Communist Party. While great attention was given to Gorbachev's youthful 54 years of age in comparison to the other Soviet leaders ... [click for more]

The Payoff Society

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Last November, The Washington Times published an editorial by Marilyn Quayle entitled "Americans are Demanding Relief from Overzealous Regulators." Ms. Quayle pointed out: "To comply with federal regulations alone costs between $300 and $500 billion a year, or $4,000 to $6,000 for every working man and woman in America. ... [click for more]

The Right to Self-Treatment

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Over the last year or so, much has been said about the right to health care. The advocates of government management of the health-care system believe that everyone should be able to obtain the services of doctors and related practitioners regardless of ability to pay. That is what has fueled the push by the ... [click for more]
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