Fall 2009 • Vol. 4, No. 3

Subscriber Files

Already subscribed?
Log in for access
Not yet subscibed?
Subscribe now

From the Editor, Fall 2009

Welcome to the Fall 2009 issue of The Objective Standard. I am happy to announce that TOS is now indexed and abstracted in Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO), Public Affairs Information Services (PAIS), and Political Science Complete (PSC). The journal is under review for coverage in several other indexes as well. Periodicals covered by such indexes are more appealing to libraries, so now is a good time to try (or retry) persuading your university, alma mater, or local librarian to subscribe to the journal. A PDF of our Library Recommendation Letter, which may be printed and handed (or mailed or emailed) to your librarian, is available on our Help Promote TOS page. Here is a synopsis of the issue at hand: John David Lewis’s article “Obama’s Atomic Bomb: The Ideological Clarity of the Democratic Agenda” examines America’s political climate in light of the unmistakably statist agenda emanating from Washington, and finds cause for optimism in the effect Obama is having on the minds of Americans—and cause for activism toward helping Americans to see the proper political alternative: not conservatism but capitalism. Next up are two items on American foreign policy: an interview with Yaron Brook,. . . Continue »

More Issues


An Unwinnable War?

Elan Journo August 20, 2009 PDF

The introduction to the forthcoming book, Winning the Unwinnable War: America’s Self-Crippled Response to Islamic Totalitarianism, which is edited by Mr. Journo and includes essays by Yaron Brook, Elan Journo, and Alex Epstein.

How the Freedom to Contract Protects Insurability

Paul Hsieh August 20, 2009 AudioPDF

Shows that, contrary to proposals being put forth by Republicans, a genuinely free market in health insurance is not only moral, in that it respects the rights of producers and consumers, but also practical, in that it enables businessmen to solve problems for profit—which leads to more and better products and services at lower prices for consumers.

Book Reviews