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The Spring Issue of TOS

 

The print edition of the Spring issue is at press and will be mailed shortly; the online version will be accessible to subscribers beginning March 20. For promotional purposes, we are making “Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged and the World Today: An Interview with Yaron Brook” and “Altruism: The Moral Root of the Financial Crisis” by Richard M. Salsman available early and to all.

The contents of the Spring issue are:

From the Editor

ARTICLES
Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged and the World Today
An Interview with Yaron Brook

America’s Unfree Market
by Yaron Brook and Don Watkins

Altruism: The Moral Root of the Financial Crisis
by Richard M. Salsman

Lest We Be Doomed to Repeat It: A Survey of Amity Shlaes’s History of the Great Depression
by Ari Armstrong

Of Freedom and Fat: Why Anti-Obesity Laws Are Immoral
by Stella Daily

Houston, We Have a (Zoning) Problem
by J. Brian Phillips

Doubt vs. Certainty
by Gena Gorlin

Religion vs. Subjectivism: Why Neither Will Do
by Craig Biddle

BOOKS REVIEWED
Greenspan’s Bubbles: The Age of Ignorance at the Federal Reserve, by William A. Fleckenstein with Frederick Sheehan
Reviewed by Joe Kroeger

Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions, by Dan Ariely
Reviewed by Eric Daniels

Concierge Medicine: A New System to Get the Best Healthcare, by Steven D. Knope, MD
Reviewed by Michael Garrett, MD

If you have not yet subscribed to TOS, why not subscribe today? You can do so online or by calling 800-423-6151.

Enjoy!

Craig Biddle, Editor
The Objective Standard


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