The Journal of Peace, Prosperity and Freedom

The Journal of Peace, Prosperity and Freedom : Volume 3 [2014]

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The Journal of Peace, Prosperity and Freedom was founded in 2012 by Sukrit Sabhlok. The journal features an editorial board composed of respected scholars such as Stephan Kinsella of the Ludwig von Mises Institute and Dr. Ben O'Neill of the University of NSW (ADFA). Our mission is to promote the development and extension of free-market economics and libertarianism, with a focus on Australia. The journal encourages submissions that eschew technical jargon and are accessible to the layperson while simultaneously providing value to the specialist reader. All aspects of the social sciences - from economics, to political science, sociology and more - are welcome. Editor's welcome ARTICLES The myth of democratic peace: Why democracy cannot deliver peace in the 21st century By James Ostrowski Two visions, one future: How neoconservative preemptive war isolated libertarians By Marcus Witcher The irony of the minimum wage law: limiting choices versus expanding choices By Robert Batemarco, Walter Block and Charles Seltzer Medical licensing: political control over access By Brian Bedkober The theory and ideas of libertarianism By William Stacey Response to Chris Leithner's review of Money, Banking and the Business Cycle By Brian P. Simpson Rejoinder to Brian Simpson's comment on Money, Banking and the Business Cycle By Chris Leithner BOOK REVIEWS Money, banking and the business cycle Reviewed by Chris Leithner To make and keep peace: among ourselves and with all nations Reviewed by Sukrit Sabhlokshow more

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  • Paperback | 152 pages
  • 177.8 x 254 x 8.89mm | 358.34g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508547661
  • 9781508547662

About Sukrit Sabhlok

Sukrit Sabhlok is a Masters candidate in political science at Monash University and has been widely published in newspapers, magazines and journals. Walter Block is a Professor of Economics at Loyola.show more