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The Mises Review

July 10, 1999
David Gordon, senior fellow of the Mises Institute, is one of the most prolific and learned social
science critics working today. Every quarter, The Mises Review features his analysis of
new and important books in economics, history, philosophy, and law.

The Summer 1999 issue of The Mises Review, for example, deals with the following titles:

MARKET SOCIALISM: THE DEBATE AMONG SOCIALISTS
Bertell Ollman, Ed.

POLITICAL TOLERANCE: BALANCING COMMUNITY AND DIVERSITY
Robert Weissberg

AMERICA'S IMPERIAL BURDEN: IS THE PAST PROLOGUE?
Ernest W. Lefever

POST-SOCIALIST POLITICAL ECONOMY: SELECTED ESSAYS
James M. Buchanan

AGAINST POLITICS: ON GOVERNMENT, ANARCHY, AND ORDER
Anthony de Jasay

A LIFE OF ONE'S OWN: INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS AND THE WELFARE STATE
David Kelley

THE CONSTITUTION AND THE PRIDE OF REASON
Steven D. Smith

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