Humane Studies Review

Volume 7, Number 2 Spring 1992

A Guide to Research and Study Inside HSR

Public Goods and the Justification for the State
Does the existence of public goods justify government intervention in the operations of the market? Dan Garrett addresses this question as he reviews the important new book by David Schmidtz, "The Limits of Government: An Essay in the Public Goods Argument."
Reading the Economy
Do "commerce" and "art" delineate two separate and incommensurable spheres of activity? Donald McCloskey takes a provocative look at the relationship between economics and literature.
Crosscurrents
Review some of the latest and best in the literature of classical liberalism.

Copyright 1992 by the Institute for Humane Studies. Humane Studies Review is published by the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University
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Editor: Tom G. Palmer
Managing Editor: Michael A. Brown
Contributing Editors: Walter E. Grinder, Stephen Davies, Jeremy Shearmur
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