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PLAY IT AGAIN SAM, CONSTITUTIONAL LIBERTY DEAN RUSSELL, THE FREEMAN The most difficult part of solving a problem is usually the identifying of the problem itself. I observed this difficulty in an extreme form as a recent "wit­ness" on the TV program, "The Advocates." The issue was non­military foreign aid, and I was testifying...
PLAY IT AGAIN SAM, CONSTITUTIONAL LIBERTY DEAN RUSSELL, THE FREEMAN It is often claimed that "capital" has an advantage in bargaining with "labor" because capital can move easily from one place to another while labor must stay put. In truth, however, the reverse of that tired old cliché is more in harmony...
Dean Russell, The Freeman (A classic read from the March 1963 Edition of The Freeman: Ideas on Liberty.) The authority of government comes either from the people or from some source above and be­yond the people. That statement is, of course, a simple truism. But as we shall see, there are...