Whether or not one had rejected the Marxist view, he argues, is the decisive factor in whether one’s soul ascended or descended under the horrors of camp life.
Protectionism’s Long and Infamous History
Luka Nikolic, FEE
Though protectionism has recently received widespread attention, if one studies history, it becomes evident that it has been present for centuries.
In heart of Muslim world, Pope calls for true religious freedom
Inés San Martín, Crux
Opening an historic visit to the heart of the Muslim word, Pope Francis on Monday pulled no punches in the United Arab Emirates, calling for true religious freedom while condemning the use of the name of God to justify violence.
Means-Tested Welfare and the Disincentive to Work
Mike Rappaport, Law and Liberty
Means tested government programs with high implicit marginal tax rates are bad public policy.