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The Spring 2011 Issue of TOS

The print edition of the Spring issue is at press and will be mailed shortly; the online, e-book, and audio versions will be accessible to subscribers beginning March 20, 25, and 30 respectively; and the Kindle edition will be delivered to Kindle subscribers on March 30. For promotional purposes, we’ve made available on our website early and for free both Michael A. LaFerrara’s article “Toward a Free Market in Education: School Vouchers or Tax Credits?” and C. A. Wolski’s review of Atlas Shrugged: Part 1.

The contents of the Spring issue are:

ARTICLES

 

Health Care and the Separation of Charity and State
by Paul Hsieh

Toward a Free Market in Education: School Vouchers or Tax Credits?
by Michael A. LaFerrara

 

Atlas Shrugged’s Long Journey to the Silver Screen
by C. A. Wolski

An Interview with Atlas Shrugged Movie Producer Harmon Kaslow

Economics in Atlas Shrugged
by Richard M. Salsman

James J. Hill and the Great Northern Railroad
by Talbot Manvel

Walt Disney’s EPCOT: The City of Tomorrow that Might Have Been
by Gretchen Thomas

A Symphony of History: Will Durant’s The Story of Civilization
by Dan Norton

COLUMNS

 

Around the World: “The Communist War against the Philippines and Why It Rages On,” by Joshua Lipana

FILM REVIEWS

 

Atlas Shrugged: Part I, directed by Paul Johansson
Reviewed by C. A. Wolski

 

The King’s Speech, directed by Tom Hooper
Reviewed by C. A. Wolski

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Leaving Johnny Behind: Overcoming Barriers to Literacy and Reclaiming At-Risk Readers, by Anthony Pedriana
Reviewed by Laura Hilse

 

Terrorist Hunter: The Extraordinary Story of a Woman Who Went Undercover to Infiltrate the Radical Islamic Groups Operating in America, by Anonymous
Reviewed by Daniel Wahl

 

The Philosophical Breakfast Club: Four Remarkable Friends Who Transformed Science and Changed the World, by Laura J. Snyder
Reviewed by Roderick Fitts

 

The Sleuth Investor: Uncover the Best Stocks Before They Make Their Move, by Avner Mandelman
Reviewed by Daniel Wahl

DEPARTMENTS

 

From the Editor

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