Education, Liberty, and the State: The Evolution of American Public Education
In this conference we brought public choice insights to bear on the evolution of the public education system in the United States, culminated with an exploration of contemporary reform efforts.
From Liberty Fund
A Maverick’s Defense of Freedom
By Benjamin A. Rogge
Edited and with an Introduction by Dwight R. Lee
This new collection of fifty-three essays, many of which have never before been published, gathers some of Benjamin Rogge’s most interesting talks and writings spanning a vast array of topics including the case for individual liberty and responsibility in maintaining the free-market economy, the nature of economics, the business system,…
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