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Reports on both the communists’ continuing efforts to enslave the Filipino people and the Philippine government’s communist-fueling policy of appeasement.
Elucidates the proper roles of government and charity in health care.
Distinguishes between school vouchers and tax credits, showing that only one of these can provide a viable road map toward a free market in education.
Provides a concise history of the efforts to adapt Atlas for the screen.
Discusses the film, how it came together, choice of screenwriter and director, casting, score, and distribution.
Shows how the novel brilliantly dramatizes the essential principles of this science along with the fallacies involved in denying those principles.
Tells the story of how a real-life Nat Taggart created one of the most life-serving industrial concerns ever to grace the face of the Earth.
Shows how this man of the mind designed and strove to develop a city of technology, industry, and commerce like none other to this day.
Examines this defining work of yet another man of the mind, showing, among other things, the remarkable scope and integration of Durant’s multivolume world history.
C. A. Wolski reviews Atlas Shrugged: Part I, directed by Paul Johansson.
C. A. Wolski reviews The King’s Speech, directed by Tom Hooper.
Laura Hilse reviews Leaving Johnny Behind: Overcoming Barriers to Literacy and Reclaiming At-Risk Readers, by Anthony Pedriana.
Daniel Wahl reviews Terrorist Hunter: The Extraordinary Story of a Woman Who Went Undercover to Infiltrate the Radical Islamic Groups Operating in America, by Anonymous.
Roderick Fitts reviews The Philosophical Breakfast Club: Four Remarkable Friends Who Transformed Science and Changed the World, by Laura J. Snyder.
Daniel Wahl reviews The Sleuth Investor: Uncover the Best Stocks Before They Make Their Move, by Avner Mandelman.
Craig Biddle introduces the Spring 2011 issue.
Craig Biddle answers a letter about tolerance, and Raymond C. Niles answers a letter about open-source software.