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The Forthcoming Issue of TOS

 

The print edition of the Fall issue of The Objective Standard is at press and will be mailed shortly; the online version will be accessible to subscribers beginning September 20. For promotional purposes, “McBama vs. America” and “The Mystical Ethics of the New Atheists” are available early and to all.

The contents of the Fall issue are:

From the Editor

ARTICLES
McBama vs. America” by Craig Biddle

“The Resurgence of Big Government” by Yaron Brook

The Mystical Ethics of the New Atheists” by Alan Germani

“Mandatory Health Insurance: Wrong for Massachusetts, Wrong for America” by Paul Hsieh

“Deeper Than Kelo: The Roots of the Property Rights Crisis” by Eric Daniels

“The Menace of Pragmatism” by Tara Smith

“How the FDA Violates Rights and Hinders Health” by Stella Daily

BOOKS REVIEWED
Mugged by Reality: The Liberation of Iraq and the Failure of Good Intentions, by John Agresto (reviewed by Elan Journo)

Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness, by Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein (reviewed by Eric Daniels)

The Terrorist Watch: Inside the Desperate Race to Stop the Next Attack, by Ronald Kessler (reviewed by Joe Kroeger)

The Tyranny of the Market: Why You Can’t Always Get What You Want, by Joel Waldfogel (reviewed by Eric Daniels)

First into Nagasaki: The Censored Eyewitness Dispatches on Post-Atomic Japan and Its Prisoners of War, by George Weller (reviewed by John David Lewis)

If you have not yet subscribed to TOS, there is no time like now. You can subscribe online or by calling 800-423-6151. Everyone concerned with the future should be reading this journal today.


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