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Can One Who Hates Justice Govern 20 Oct 2009 | 03:25 am

Every Fourth of July Americans celebrate Independence Day, the day the Continental Congress signed a document formally severing the political ties between King George III and the Colonies.   For many ...

Guido Hülsmann Visits Grove City College 14 Mar 2009 | 09:19 am

The Grove City Campus was privileged to have the distinguished Professor Guido Hülsmann visiting. On Thursday, February 24th, he delivered an excellent talk on “How to Get Out of the Economic Crisis” ...

A Convenient Pretense 30 Mar 2008 | 06:05 pm

Perhaps you have seen the Low Carbon Diet fliers in either Hicks dining hall, or at the Map Dining hall. If Bon Appetite’s management feels it is necessary to provide info on a “low carbon diet”, clea...

The Corporate Social Responsibility Distortion 14 Feb 2008 | 01:43 pm

by Dave Gernhard Corporations, business, CEOs, these are terms that in the modern context conjure up images of greed and corruption.  Gone is the layman who risks everything to build an industrial em...

Why Microfinance is not all its cracked up to be. 10 Feb 2008 | 12:21 pm

By Abhilash Samuel “An unacceptably high proportion of the world’s population lives in dreadful conditions that consign them to Malthusian lives that are nasty, brutish and short”, says N...

Intellectual Property Rights: Can you own an idea? 5 Jan 2008 | 11:07 am

By Blake Imeson Intellectual Property rights (IP) have long been a hindrance to the advance of society, giving advantages benefitting a few. This paper seeks to correct the view of IP as essential t....

Pro Sports as a Public Good 5 Nov 2007 | 10:53 am

By Dave Gernhard The following is taken from a paper submitted by the author for the Austrian Student Scholars Conference at Grove City College on Nov. 3, 2007… … Many different arguments have been u...

The Problem of Nonrivalrous Consumption in the Free Market 30 Oct 2007 | 11:26 am

by Dave Gernhard A major aspect of public goods theory is the idea of nonrivalrious consumption. This refers to cases where an “individuals’ ability to consume a good or service is not diminished by ...

The Problem of Externalities in the Free Market 28 Oct 2007 | 12:03 pm

by Dave Gernhard An externality exists whenever the action of an individual brings added costs or benefits to another individual. Phrased differently, externalities exist when the participants of an ...

School Vouchers: A Step Backwards? 27 Oct 2007 | 11:50 am

By Elizabeth Imeson If indeed, "competition is merely the absence of oppression"*, than lack of competition is oppression. On the surface, the school voucher system seems appealing to those who are f...

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