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January-March 1968

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January-March 1968

Intercollegiate Review

Volume: 4
Number: 2-3
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The Intercollegiate Review is the magazine for liberty-loving students across America.


The Dimensions of Strategy
What is the Moral Crisis of Our Time?
Individualism and Self-love
Anti-trust Threats to the Market Economy

Book Reviews

Power and Policy in Southeast Asia
The Achievment of C. S. Lewis
The Progression of American Colonial Revolutionary Thinking
Handwriting on the Wall
Common Sense Economics


I do not think that the system of interest, as it is professed in America, is, in all its parts, self-evident; but it contains a great number of truths so evident, that men, if they are but educated, cannot fail to see them. Educate, then, at any rate; for the age of implicit self-sacrifice and instinctive virtues is already flitting far away from us, and the time is fast approaching when freedom, public peace, and social order will not be able to exist without education.

Democracy in America