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The Henry Hazlitt bibliography contains a list of works by Henry Hazlitt.

Books

Authored

Contributed

Edited

Drafts

Foreign language translations

Published posthumously

Book reviews

1934


1935

Articles

1918

  • "Old-time Government Control". The Nation, January 24, 1918.
  • "Repudiation". The Nation, February 21, 1918.
  • "Our Economic War Machine". The Nation, April 11, 1918.
  • "Written on the Back of Puffs". The New Republic, April 13, 1918.
  • "War-time Markets". The Nation, April 25, 1918.
  • "Before and After a War Loan". The Nation, May 11, 1918.


1920


1926

  • "Program For the Wets". Independent, April 24, 1926.
  • "How High Is Up?". New York Sun, October 2, 1926.
  • "Some Impressions of the New Britannica," New York Sun, October 9, 1926.
  • "The 'Real' Washington". New York Sun, October 16, 1926.
  • "Saint Darwin, A 'Psychograph' of the Great Evolutionist". New York Sun, October 23, 1926.
  • "Incurable Democracy" (on H. L. Mencken). New York Sun, October 30, 1926.
  • "Prose in America". New York Sun, November 6, 1926.
  • "Galahad's Reputation". New York Sun, November 13, 1926.
  • "Thinking About Thinking". New York Sun, November 20, 1926.
  • "A Story Teller's Childhood". New York Sun, November 27, 1926.
  • "Shouts Without". New York Sun, December 4, 1926.
  • "What is an Education?". New York Sun, December 18, 1926.
  • "This Golden Age of Science". New York Sun, December 24, 1926.
  • "Only the Best, You Know". New York Sun, December 31, 1926.


1927

On John Maynard Keynes.[1]
On Will Durant.[1]
  • "Our Elegant Insides". New York Sun, October 15, 1927
  • "Haldane Looks Ahead". New York Sun, October 29, 1927.
  • "Bertrand Russell's Universe". New York Sun, November 5, 1927.
  • "No Rib, No Apple," New York Sun, November 19, 1927.
  • "The Poets on Parade". The Sun, November 26, 1927.
  • "Boomlay, Boomlay, Boom!".. New York Sun, December 3, 1927.
On H. L. Mencken.[1]


1928

  • "The Tarkington Girl: What a Modern Prom-Trotter Thinks About". New York Sun, January 7, 1928.
  • "The Reviewing Stand". New York Sun, January 7, 1928.
  • "Henry Adams". New York Sun, January 14, 1928.
  • "Winces of the Galled". New York Sun, January 21, 1928.
  • "Life Among the Essences". New York Sun, February 4, 1928.
  • "The Book Column". New York Sun, February 8, 1928.
  • "Aldous, Chip off Thomas". New York Sun, February 11, 1928.
On Aldous Huxley and Thomas H. Huxley.
  • "An Andalusian Story". New York Sun, February 18, 1928.
  • "Polonius Plus: Agreeable Platitudes and Sound Criticism". New York Sun, February 25, 1928.
  • "This Art of Criticism". New York Sun, March 10, 1928.
  • "Irreverent Portraits". New York Sun, March 17, 1928.
  • "Monarchs of Philosophy". New York Sun, March 24, 1928.
  • "The 'Tyranny' of Science". New York Sun, March 31, 1928.
  • "Babbitt's Friend Schmaltz". April 7, 1928.
  • "The King of Good Company: Dr. Johnson and His Friends". New York Sun, April 21, 1928.
  • "Julien Green, A Student of Solitary Souls". New York Sun, April 28, 1928.
  • "A Critic of Critics" (on Emile Faguet). New York Sun, May 12, 1928.
  • "Why Gentlemen Prefer Them". New York Sun, May 19, 1928.
  • "The Literary Scientist". New York Sun, May 26, 1928.
  • "The Unrepentant Socialist". New York Sun, June 9, 1928.
  • "Candidates and Such". New York Sun, June 16, 1928.
  • "Dorothy Fires". New York Sun, June 23, 1928.
  • "American Criticism". New York Sun, June 23, 1928.
  • "An Italian's Portraits". New York Sun, August 18, 1928.
  • "The Fifteen 'Finest'". New York Sun, September 1, 1928.
  • "Wells Writes a Bible, and Demands That the Universe Improve". New York Sun, September 8, 1928.
  • "A Serene Revolutionist". New York Sun, September 15, 1928.
On Bertrand Russell.[1]
On Max Beerbohm.[1]
On Garet Garrett.[1]


1929

On Harvey Ferguson.[1]
On J. E. Rodo.[1]
On Sinclair Lewis.[1]
  • "Sons of New England". New York Sun, March 23, 1929.
  • "All This Sexcitement: Twenty-three Books on Morals and Marriage". New York Sun, March 30, 1929.
  • "Back To Judaism". New York Sun, April 29, 1929.
  • "Morals for Moderns". New York Sun, May 4, 1929.
On Walter Lippmann.[1]
On A Farewell to Arms.[1]
  • "The First Night 'The Sea Gull' Was Shot". New York Sun, October 1929.
  • "The New Britannica". New York Sun, October 1929.


1930

  • "Consolation or Control?". The Nation, January 22, 1930.
On John Dewey.[1]
  • "Cultural History". The Nation, January 29, 1930.
  • "The Pioneer Soul". The Nation, February 5, 1930.
  • "All Too Humanism". The Nation, February 12, 1930.
  • "Tradition and Experiment". The Nation, February 19, 1930.
  • "Mr. Wilder Turns to Terence". The Nation, February 26, 1930.
  • "Turn to the Left". The Nation, March 5, 1930.
  • "The Pretensions of Humanism". The Nation, March 5, 1930.
  • "Kaleidoscope". The Nation, March 12, 1930.
  • "The Gods Damned* " (on H. L. Mencken), The Nation, March 19, 1930.
  • "An Apology for the Present". The Nation, April 2, 1930.
  • "Gide's First Novel". The Nation, April 2, 1930.
  • "The Analysis of Morals". The Nation, April 9, 1930.
  • "Who Reads the Classics Now?* " The Nation, April 16, 1930.
  • "Last Testament". The Nation, April 30, 1930.
  • "A Great Trilogy". The Nation, May 7, 1930.
  • "Fake Culture for Real". The Nation, May 14, 1930.
  • "Artists in Exile". The Nation, May 28, 1930.
  • "This Petty Pace". The Nation, June 4, 1930.
  • "Economics of Dollar Books". The Nation, June 11, 1930.
  • "Liberty, Classic, and Romantic". The Nation, June 18, 1930.
  • "Drama, 'Lysistrata'". The Nation, June 25, 1930.
  • "The Metaphysicians Confess". The Nation, July 2, 1930.
  • "Style and Thought". The Nation, July 19, 1930.
  • "Heredity or Environment?* " The Nation, August 13, 1930.
  • "Below the Babbittry". The Nation, August 20, 1930.
  • "The Classical Canons". The Nation, August 27, 1930.
  • "Americans Do Not Read". The Nation, September 3, 1930.
  • "Our Intellectual Rulers". The Nation, September 10, 1930.
  • "The Neurosis of Civilization* " (on Sigmund Freud), The Nation, September 17, 1930.
  • "Misplaced Investment Trusts* " (on J. T. Flynn), The Nation, September 24, 1930.
  • "Cult of Anonymity". The Nation, October 1, 1930.
  • "The Art of Being Happy". The Nation, October 8, 1930.
  • "An Exquisite Materialist* " (on George Santayana), The Nation, October 15, 1930.
  • "Progress Without a Goal* " (on John Dewey), October 22, 1930.
  • "The Soul of Swift". The Nation, October 29, 1930.
  • "Here's Mr. Foerster Again". The Nation, November 5, 1930.
  • "Charles Horton Cooley". The Nation, November 12, 1930.
  • "Einstein". The Nation, November 19, 1930.
  • "Communist Criticism". The Nation, November 26, 1930.
  • "Modern Architecture". The Nation, December 10, 1930.
  • "Standards (Loud Cheers)". The Nation, December 17, 1930.
  • "Rainer Maria Rilke". The Nation, December 17, 1930.
  • "William Hazlitt". The Nation, December 31, 1930.
  • "Prohibition: A Plan* "; * "Legislative Versus General Opinion* "; * "Public Support* "; * "The Machinery of Amendment* "; * "Counting the Vote* "; * "Wanted: Critics of Architecture* "; * "The Commercial Incubus* "; * "Blood Sacrifice, Modern Style* "; * "Mei Lan-Fang...* "; * "Glorifying a Mechanical Limitation* "; * "William Howard Taft* "; in A Quarterly Comment". Century, Spring, 1930.
  • "Civilized Warfare* "; * "Legal Illegalities* "; * "The World Court* "; AKnowledge is Power* "; * "In Dispraise of Noise* "; * "A Nation of Noise Makers* "; * "Our Inadjustable Ears* "; * "Fashions in Phrases* "; * "In Defense of Expatriates* "; * "Wet and Dry Savings* "; in * "Quarterly Comment". Century, Winter, 1930.


1931

  • "Dollar Books: An Autopsy". The Nation, January 7, 1931.
  • "Laskion Liberty". The Nation, January 28, 1931.
  • "Debate". The Nation, February 4, 1931.
  • "Our Obsolete Constitution". The Nation, February 4, 1931.
  • "George Jean Nathan". The Nation, February 18, 1931.
  • "The Stream of Life". The Nation, February 25, 1931.
  • "Edmund Wilson". The Nation, March 4, 1931.
  • "Goethe and Dr. Johnson". The Nation, March 18, 1931.
  • "How Novels Get Bad Marx". The Nation, April 1, 1931.
  • "The Philosophy of Morris R. Cohen". The Nation, April 15, 1931.
On Morris R. Cohen.[1]
  • "With a Preface". The Nation, April 22, 1931.
  • "Economics: The Lively Science". The Nation, May 6, 1931.
  • "In Dispraise of Fine Books". The Nation, May 20, 1931.
  • "Another BookAboutHimself". The Nation, June 3, 1931.
  • "Pictures from Plays". The Nation, September 30, 1931.
  • "Art and Social Change: The Eclectic Approach". The Modern, Winter 1931.
  • "Rubber Money and Iron Debts". The Nation, December 23, 1931.


1932

  • "Shall We Cancel the War Debts?" These Times, January 1, 1932.
  • "Two Critics". The Nation, January 20, 1932.
  • "Emergency Currency". The Nation, January 27, 1932.
  • "What's Wrong With Utopia?". The Nation, February 17, 1932.
On Aldous Huxley's Brave New World'.[1]
  • "How High Is Up?". Forum and Century, February, 1932.
  • "A Philosophy for Carnivores". The Nation, February 24, 1932.
  • "Liberalism and Economics". The Nation, March 9, 1932.
John Maynard Keynes's Essays in Persuasion.[1]
  • "Panorama". The Nation, March 23, 1932.
  • "Shall We Devaluate the Dollar?, Part I". The Nation, March 30, 1932.
  • "Shall We Devaluate the Dollar?, Part II". The Nation, April 6, 1932.
  • "Emerson". The Nation, April 13, 1932.
  • "Gamaliel Bradford". The Nation, April 27, 1932.
  • "World of Babbitt's Son: 1942". Scribner's Magazine, May 1932.
  • "The Graces, the Graces!" The Nation, May 1, 1932.
  • "World Action for World Recovery". The Nation, June 8, 1932.
  • "Can America Plan?", The Nation, June 15, 1932.
On George Henry Soule Jr..[1]
  • "Without Benefit of Congress". Scribner's Magazine, July 1932.
  • "Whither the American Writer?" The Modern Quarterly, Summer 1932.
  • "The Meaning of Individualism". The Nation, July 6, 1932.
  • "David Hume". The Nation, July 20, 1932.
  • "A Compact Encyclopedia". The Nation, August 24, 1932.
  • "Little Wonder House". The Nation, August 31, 1932.
  • "The Myth of Overproduction". Current History, September 1932.
  • "Bowdlerized Lawrence". The Nation, September 7, 1932.
  • "Voltaire". The Nation, September 14, 1932.
  • "Our Greatest Authors". Forum and Century, October 1932.
  • "The Mind of T. S. Eliot". The Nation, October 5, 1932.
  • "Literature and the Class War". The Nation, October 19, 1932.
  • "Family of Minds". The Nation, November 9, 1932.
  • "Prose in America". The Nation, November 16, 1932.
  • "Our Superstitious Education". The Nation, November 30, 1932.
  • "A Modern Diogenes". The Nation, December 7, 1932.
  • "On Translating Homer". The Nation, December 21, 1932.


1933

  • "No Taxes to Pay". Scribner's Magazine, January 1933.
  • "In Praise of Escape". American Spectator, January 1, 1933.
  • "Marxism or Tolstoyism?* "The Nation, January 18, 1933.
  • "Scrambled Ergs; Examination of Technocracy". The Nation, February 1, 1933.
  • "Sinclair Lewis, Campaigner". The Nation, February 1, 1933.
  • "Is Inflation the Way Out?* " Common Sense, February 16, 1933.
  • "Culture vs. 'Life'". The Nation, February 22, 1933.
  • "Bernard's Progress". The Nation, March 8, 1932.
  • "In Defense of Hoarding". The Nation, March 22, 1933.
  • "The Twilight of Capitalist Democracy* " (on Harold J.Laski), The Nation, April 12, 1933.
  • "The King's English". The Nation, April 26, 1933.
  • "Dollar Adrift". The Nation, May 3, 1933.
  • "Crises Are Not 'So Simple'". The Nation, May 24, 1933.
  • "Inflation: How Much?* " The Nation, May 31, 1933.
  • "Programs for the Jobless". Scribner's Magazine, June 1933.
  • "Law, Life, and Morals". The Nation, June 7, 1933.
  • "Mr. Keynes's Way Out* " (on The Means to Prosperity), The Nation, July 5, 1933.
  • "Sir Arthur Plans Planning". The Nation, July 19, 1933.
  • "Can Currencies be Managed?* " The Nation, July 26, 1933.
  • "They Stand Out From the Crowd". Literary Digest, October 28, 1933.
  • "The Fallacies of the N.R.A.". American Mercury, December, 1933.


1934

On P. H. Douglas on wages.[1]


1935

On The Mind and Society.[1]
Speech at the University of Michigan.[1]
Also published in The Chattanooga Times.[1]


1936


1937


1938


1939


1940


1941


1942


1943


1944


1945


1946


1947

  • "The 'Purchasing Power' Theory". Newsweek, January 6, 1947.
  • "The High Cost of Judicial Legislation". Newsweek, January 13, 1947.
  • "How to Reduce the Budget". Newsweek, January 20, 1947.
  • "'Stabilizing' the Economy". Newsweek, February 27, 1947.
  • "The Fruits of Foreign Lending". Newsweek, February 3, 1947.
  • "They are the Workers' Corporations". Newsweek, February 10, 1947.
  • "Boom in Mexico". Newsweek, February 17, 1947.
  • "Mexico's Oil and Export Problem". Newsweek, February 24, 1947.
  • "Chinese Handwriting on the Wall". Newsweek, March 3, 1947.
  • "How England Got that Way". Newsweek, March 10, 1947.
  • "'Planning' vs. the Price System". Newsweek, March 17, 1947.
  • "Foremen Under Judicial Legislation". Newsweek, March 24, 1947.
  • "Six Principles of Foreign Aid". Newsweek, March 31, 1947.
  • "High Taxes vs. Incentive and Revenue". Newsweek, April 7, 1947.
  • "Our Fiscal Irresponsibility". Newsweek, April 14, 1947.
  • "Switzerland as a World Mirror". Newsweek, April 28, 1947.
  • "France on a Quiet Volcano". Newsweek, May 5, 1947.
  • "Belgium: Experiment in Freedom". Newsweek, May 12, 1947.
  • "Austerity in Holland". Newsweek, May 19, 1947.
  • "The Middle Way Swings Left". Newsweek, May 26, 1947.
  • "England vs. the Price System". Newsweek, June 2, 1947.
  • "Why Europe is in a Mess". Newsweek, June 9, 1947.
  • "Why Living Costs Have Risen". Newsweek, June 16, 1947.
  • "Subsidizing Planned Chaos". Newsweek, June 23, 1947.
  • "The New Labor Law". Newsweek, June 30, 1947.
  • "Mr. Truman Invites Strikes". Newsweek, July 7, 1947.
  • "Consequences of Rent Control". Newsweek, July 14, 1947.
  • "The World's Santa Claus". Newsweek, July 21, 1947.
  • "Telling Prices What to Do". Newsweek, July 28, 1947.
  • "The Midyear Economic Report". Newsweek, August 4, 1947.
  • "A Pro-labor Law". Newsweek, August 11, 1947.
  • "Where Are We Headed Economically?" (Co-authored with Robert Nathan, et al.). The American Forum of the Air, August 5, 1947.
  • "The Myth of a Dollar Famine". Newsweek, August 18, 1947.
  • "The Bankruptcy of 'Planning'". Newsweek, August 25, 1947.
  • "A Modern Corporation Reports". Newsweek, September 1, 1947.
  • "What Should the United States' Position Be?" (with Redvers Opie, Gordon Hudson, et al.). The American Forum of the Air, September 2, 1947.
  • "The Fund vs. World Recovery". Newsweek, September 8, 1947.
  • "Why Not Also Capital Day". Newsweek, September 15, 1947.
  • "Lenin Was Right". Newsweek, September 22, 1947.
  • "The Profiteer Hunt is On". Newsweek, September 29, 1947.
  • "How Much Does Europe Need". Newsweek, October 6, 1947.
  • "Europe's Four-year Plan". Newsweek, October 13, 1947.
  • "What Should We Do for Europe Now?" (Co-authored with George Denny, Dean Acheson, et al.). Town Meeting, October 14, 1947.
  • "The Drive Against 'Gambling'". Newsweek, October 20, 1947.
  • "Are Profits Too High?* " Newsweek, October 27, 1947.
  • "The Dilemma of the Marshall Plan". Newsweek, November 2, 1947.
  • "Who Told Us What?" Newsweek, November 10, 1947.
  • "Export Demand Lifts Prices". Newsweek, November 17, 1947.
  • "Must We Subsidize Socialism?* " Newsweek, November 24, 1947.
  • "Back to Police-State Controls". Newsweek, December 1, 1947.
  • "Economic Outlook". Commercial and Financial Chronicle, December 4, 1947.
  • "Cheap Money Means Inflation". Newsweek, December 8, 1947.
  • "Can We Buy Off Communism". Newsweek, December 15, 1947.
  • "Our Inflationary Bond Shortage". Newsweek, December 22, 1947.
  • "Inflation has Two Faces". Newsweek, December 29, 1947.


1948

  • "Will Dollars Save the World?". Reader's Digest, January/February 1948.
  • "The Uncalculated Risk". Newsweek, January 5, 1948.
  • "A Century of Communism". Newsweek, January 12, 1948.
  • "Should the President's European Recovery Plan Be Adopted?" (Co-authored with Robert Patterson, George Denny, et al.). Town Meeting, January 13, 1948.
  • "Blueprint for Disruption". Newsweek, January 19, 1948.
  • "We Cannot Buy Off the Russian Nightmare". Newsweek, January 26, 1948.
  • "Who's Protected by Tariffs?". Reader's Digest, February, 1948.
Excerpt from Economics in One Lesson.
  • "How to Get Rid of Rent Control". Newsweek, February 2, 1947.
  • "Finance at the Crossroads". Newsweek, February 9, 1948.
  • "The Realities of Foreign Aid". The Commercial and Financial Chronicle, February 12, 1948.
  • "Significance of the Break in Prices". Newsweek, February 16, 1948.
  • "Inconsistencies of European Aid". Newsweek, February 23, 1948.
  • "Who Advises the Advisers". Newsweek, March 1, 1948.
  • "Communism and the Marshall Plan". Newsweek, March 8, 1948.
  • "For a Customs Union". Newsweek, March 15, 1948.
  • "The Cost of 'Soaking the Rich'". Newsweek, March 22, 1948.
  • "Steel as a Scapegoat". Newsweek, March 29, 1948.
  • "Fallacies of the Third Round". Newsweek, April 5, 1948.
  • "To Improve the Taft-Hartley Law". Newsweek, April 12, 1948.
  • "Britain's Collectivism vs. ERP". Newsweek, April 19, 1948.
  • "An Anti-inflation Program". Newsweek, April 26, 1948.
  • "How Not to Cure Inflation". Newsweek, May 3, 1948.
  • "The Fallacy of Exchange Control". Newsweek, May 10, 1948.
  • "Rewarding Railway Strikers". Newsweek, May 17, 1948.
  • "Price Fixing into Famine". Newsweek, May 24, 1948.
  • "The Incubus of Exchange Control". Newsweek, May 31, 1948.
  • "Who is a Dark Horse?* " Plain Talk, June 1948.
  • "The GM Wage Pattern". Newsweek, June 7, 1948.
  • "Who Started the Third Round?* " Newsweek, June 14, 1948.
  • "How to Fight Communism". Newsweek, June 21, 1948.
  • "Ordeal by Planning". Newsweek, June 28, 1948.
  • "Republican Platform Economics". Newsweek, July 5, 1948.
  • "Dangers of Dollar Diplomacy". Newsweek, July 12, 1948.
  • "Collectivism on Relief". Newsweek, July 19, 1948.
  • "Democratic Platform Economics". Newsweek, July 26, 1948.
  • "The Phony War Against Inflation". Newsweek, August 2, 1948.
  • "Will Inflation Stop Inflation?* " Newsweek, August 9, 1948.
  • "Dollar Shortage Forever". Newsweek, August 16, 1948.
  • "Hypocrisy About Inflation". Newsweek, August 23, 1948.
  • "A Bear By the Tail". Newsweek, August 30, 1948.
  • "Repressed Inflation". Newsweek, September 6, 1948.
  • "Does Stalin Want War?* " Newsweek, September 13, 1948.
  • "The Ethics of Capitalism". Newsweek, September 20, 1948.
  • "The Fetish of Bond Parity". Newsweek, September 27, 1948.
  • "Bond Parity Without Inflation". Newsweek, October 4, 1948.
  • "Suppressing Free Markets". Newsweek, October 11, 1948.
  • "Cheap Money Causes Inflation". Newsweek, October 18, 1948.
  • "Cryptic Economics". Newsweek, October 25, 1948.
  • "Texas Grows and Votes". Newsweek, November 1, 1948.
  • "How Free Will Our Economy Be?* " Newsweek, November 8, 1948.
  • "Where Was The Opposition?* " Newsweek, November 15, 1948.
  • "Pitfalls of Forecasting". Newsweek, November 22, 1948.
  • "Meat and the Price System". Newsweek, November 29, 1948.
  • "Exchange Control in Peru". Newsweek, December 6, 1948.
  • "Exchange Control vs. Peru". Newsweek, December 13, 1948.
  • "The Myth of Dollar Shortage". Newsweek, December 20, 1948.
  • "Are Profits Too High?* " Newsweek, December 27, 1948.


1949

  • "We Impose Collectivism". Newsweek, January 3, 1949.
  • "Rent Control in France". Newsweek, January 10, 1949.
  • "Paradise on a Platter". Newsweek, January 17, 1949.
  • "Balance Whose Budget?* " Newsweek, January 24, 1949.
  • "Our Discompensated Economy". Newsweek, January 31, 1949.
  • "Planned Unemployment". Newsweek, February 7, 1949.
  • "Inflation: Enemy of Free Enterprise". The Commercial and Financial Chronicle, February 10, 1949.
  • "'Planning' Ah! Magic Word". Newsweek, February 14, 1949.
  • "Me Too-But Not as Much". Newsweek, February 21, 1949.
  • "What Are We Trying to Do?* " Newsweek, February 28, 1949.
  • "The Case For Private Loans". Newsweek, March 7, 1949.
  • "Mr. Stalin's Marionettes". New York Times, March 12, 1949.
  • "Rent Control vs. Housing". Newsweek, March 14, 1949.
  • "4,000 Years of Price Controls". Newsweek, March 21, 1949.
  • "How Can We Legislate for the General Welfare?" (Co-authored with Robert Taft, George V. Denny, et al.). Town Meeting, March 25, 1949.
  • "Sense Instead of Dollars". Newsweek, March 28, 1949.
  • "Military vs. Economic Aid". Newsweek, April 4, 1949.
  • "Whose Bold New Program?* " Newsweek, April 11, 1949.
  • "Bankruptcy of the Welfare State". Newsweek, April 18, 1949.
  • "The Welfare State Runs Wild". Newsweek, April 25, 1949.
  • "Legally Certified Monopolists". Newsweek, May 2, 1949.
  • "Salvation Through Squandering". Newsweek, May 9, 1949.
  • "The Right to Strike". Newsweek, May 16, 1949.
  • "Our Irresponsible Budget". Newsweek, May 23, 1949.
  • "Arms and the Money". Newsweek, May 30, 1949.
  • "World Statism in Wheat". Newsweek, June 6, 1948.
  • "What Are We Paying For". Newsweek, June 13, 1949.
  • "The Ideological War". Newsweek, June 20, 1949.
  • "Private Enterprise Regained". Newsweek, June 27, 1949.
  • "The Pilgrims Tried Communism". The Freeman, June 27, 1949.
  • "Self-Perpetuating Pump Priming". Newsweek, July 4, 1949.
  • "The Folly of Point Four: I". Newsweek, July 11, 1949.
  • "The Folly of Point Four: II". Newsweek, July 18, 1949.
  • "More Inflation to the Rescue". Newsweek, July 25, 1949.
  • "Forcing a Fourth Round". Newsweek, August 1, 1949.
  • "The Economics of Arms Aid". Newsweek, August 8, 1949.
  • "Wrong Diagnosis, Wrong Remedy". Newsweek, August 15, 1949.
  • "Legislating Unemployment". Newsweek, August 22, 1949.
  • "When Government Fixes Wages". Newsweek, August 29, 1949.
  • "Abolish Exchange Control". Newsweek, September 5, 1949.
  • "Should the Steel Wage Recommendation Be Accepted?" (Co-authored with Robert Nathan, Jules Backman, et al.). The University of Chicago Roundtable, September 11, 1949.
  • "Collapse of a Trick Solution". Newsweek, September 12, 1949.
  • "The Case for Capitalism". Newsweek, September 19, 1949.
  • "Camouflaged Fourth Round". Newsweek, September 26, 1949.
  • "The World Monetary Earthquake". Newsweek, October 3, 1949.
  • "Fourth Round in a False Face". Newsweek, October 10, 1949.
  • "Illusions of 'Social Security'". Newsweek, October 17, 1949.
  • "Four-Year House Term Proposed For Better Government". New York Times, October 23, 1949.
  • "Power of Industrywide Unions". Newsweek, October 26, 1949.
  • "Devaluation Instead of Freedom". Newsweek, October 31, 1949.
  • "Collectivism Marches On". Newsweek, November 7, 1949.
  • "Union Monopoly vs. Capitalism". Newsweek, November 14, 1949.
  • "What 'Monetary Management' Means". Newsweek, November 21, 1949.
  • "Gold Goes With Freedom". Newsweek, November 28, 1949.
  • "Instead of Integration". Newsweek, December 5, 1949.
  • "In Praise of Paper". Newsweek, December 12, 1949.
  • "The Compensatory Budget". Newsweek, December 19, 1949.
  • "Voices for Freedom". Newsweek, December 26, 1949.


1950

  • "The Man They All Forgot". Newsweek, January 2, 1950.
Also published in Congressional Digest, August 1950.
  • "If Foreign Exchanges Were Free". Newsweek, January 9, 1950.
  • "The Future of Foreign Aid". Newsweek, January 16, 1950.
  • "The Forgotten Taxpayer". Newsweek, January 23, 1950.
  • "Free Trade or State Domination". Newsweek, January 30, 1950.
  • "Welfare State Spending 'on Trial'". Commercial and Financial Chronicle, February 2, 1950.
  • "Our Irresponsible Budget". Newsweek, February 6, 1950.
  • "Take Out the Goat". Newsweek, February 13, 1950.
  • "Fifty Billion for Tribute". Newsweek, February 20, 1950.
  • "Future of the Marshall Plan". Newsweek, February 27, 1950.
  • "The Needles Crisis in Coal". Newsweek, March 6, 1950.
  • "The American Giveaway Mania". Newsweek, March 13, 1950.
  • "Where Do We Go From Here". Newsweek, March 20, 1950.
  • "ERP vs. Recovery". The Commercial and Financial Chronicle, March 23, 1950.
  • "That European Payments Union". Newsweek, March 27, 1950.
  • "Rent Control Forever?" Newsweek, April 3, 1950.
  • "How We Subsidize Collectivism". Newsweek, April 10, 1950.
  • "Global Spending Forever?" Newsweek, April 17, 1950.
  • "How to Buy More Unemployment". Newsweek, April 24, 1950.
  • "For a Responsible Budget". Newsweek, May 1, 1949.
  • "How to Tell a Totalitarian". Newsweek, May 8, 1949.
  • "Self-Perpetuating Rent Control". Newsweek, May 15, 1950.
  • "The Giveaway Mania Grows". Newsweek, May 22, 1950.
  • "The Fair Deal Family at Home". Newsweek, May 29, 1950.
  • "Toward State-Managed Cartel?" Newsweek, June 5, 1950.
  • "Man-Eating by Tigers is Silly, But They Will Go On Doing It!" Saturday Evening Post, June 10, 1950.
  • "Salvation Through Spending". Newsweek, June 12, 1950.
  • "Drought Fighting in a Flood". Newsweek, June 19, 1950.
  • "Who Are the Isolationists?" Newsweek, June 26, 1950.
  • "Free Trade or Coercion". Newsweek, July 3, 1950.
  • "Planning for a 'War Economy'". Newsweek, July 10, 1950.
  • "A Bad Tax Bill". Newsweek, July 17, 1950.
  • "The Inflation in Housing". Newsweek, July 24, 1950.
  • "Program For the Crisis". Newsweek, July 31, 1950.
  • "War Measures--Or Hysteria". Newsweek, August 7, 1950.
  • "Do We Need More Wartime Controls Now?" (with Hubert H. Humphrey and Orville Hitchcock). Town Meeting, August 8, 1950.
  • "The Fraud of Price Control". Newsweek, August 14, 1950.
  • "Transform ECA". Newsweek, August 21, 1950.
  • "Some Notes on War Taxes". Newsweek, August 28, 1950.
  • "Sham Fight Against Inflation". Newsweek, September 4, 1950.
  • "Dilemmas of Price Control". Newsweek, September 11, 1950.
  • "Shadow-Boxing With Inflation". Newsweek, September 18, 1950.
  • "When Prices Go into Politics". Newsweek, September 25, 1950.
  • "The Need For Credit Control". Newsweek, October 2, 1950.
  • "The Fortnight" (on Truman, Dewey, Taft, inflation). The Freeman, October 2, 1950.
  • "Communism Imitates Capitalism". Newsweek, October 9, 1950.
  • "Canada Takes the Lead". Newsweek, October 16, 1950.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on The Fed, exchange control, the U.N.), The Freeman, October 16, 1950.
  • "ERP Reverses Its Aims". Newsweek, October 23, 1950.
  • "Credit Control at the Source". Newsweek, October 30, 1950.
  • "The Fortnight" (on search and seizure), The Freeman, October 30, 1950.
  • "The Great American Giveaway". Newsweek, November 6, 1950.
  • "' Bankruptcy' is Here". Newsweek, November 13, 1950.
  • "On Taxing 'Excess' Profits". Newsweek, November 20, 1950.
  • "'Full Employment' as Inflation". Newsweek, November 27, 1950.
  • "Gray is for Giveaway". Newsweek, December 4, 1950.
  • "This is the Peace We Bought". Newsweek, December 11, 1950.
  • "The Fortnight". The Freeman, December 11, 1950.
On the Korean War, Douglas MacArthur, rent control.[1]
  • "More Inflation Ahead". Newsweek, December 18, 1950.
  • "Total Muddleization". Newsweek, December 25, 1950.
  • "The Fortnight". The Freeman, December 25, 1950.
On "the real enemy in Washington", price control.[1]
  • "Our Political Paralysis". The Freeman, December 25, 1950.


1951

  • "The Price Control Strait Jacket". Newsweek, January 1, 1951.
  • "How to Stop Inflation". Newsweek, January 8, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on Truman, the budget, etc.), The Freeman, January 8, 1951.
  • "Inflation Has One Cure". Newsweek, January 15, 1951.
  • "Mr. Truman's Wrong Remedies". Newsweek, January 22, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on war, executive power), The Freeman, January 22, 1951.
  • "Our Irresponsible Budget". Newsweek, January 29, 1951.
  • "Fighting Fire With Gasoline". Newsweek, February 5, 1951.
  • "Price Control Means Politics". Newsweek, February 12, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight". The Freeman, February 12, 1951.
On inflation, interest rates, Soviet statistics.[1]
  • "How to Curb One-Man Rule". The Freeman, February 12, 1951.
  • "Price-fixing vs. Freedom". The Freeman, February 12, 1951.
  • "Inflation Plus Usurpation". Newsweek, February 19, 1951.
  • "Abolish the RFC". Newsweek, February 26, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on budget, the Fed), The Freeman, February 26, 1951.
  • "How to Cause A Famine". Newsweek, March 5, 1951.
  • "Inflation is Government-Made". Newsweek, March 12, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on price control, the Soviets and the media), The Freeman, March 12, 1951
  • "Congress in Eclipse". The Freeman, March 12, 1951.
  • "Giving Grain to India". The Freeman, March 12, 1951.
  • "The CED on Price Controls". Newsweek, March 19, 1951.
  • "Point Four is Growing Up". Newsweek, March 26, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on Truman, corruption, pressure groups), The Freeman, March 26, 1951.
  • "The XXII Amendment". The Freeman, March 26, 1951.
  • "International Statism Rampant". Newsweek, April 2, 1951.
  • "Is Price Control Necessary". Newsweek, April 9, 1951.
  • "The Crisis in Controls". The Freeman, April 9, 1951.
  • "Controls Create Inflation". Newsweek, April 16, 1951.
  • "Priorities vs. Price Control". Newsweek, April 23, 1951.
  • "Gold Standard vs. Inflation". Newsweek, April 30, 1951.
  • "We Have Asked for Inflation". Newsweek, May 7, 1951.
  • "Why Price Control Should Expire". Newsweek, May 14, 1951.
  • "End Price Ceilings and Parity". Newsweek, May 21, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on Truman and the Korean War), The Freeman, May 21, 1951.
  • "The Future of Fair Trade". Newsweek, June 4, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on MacArthur's dismissal, Mises seminar), The Freeman, June 4, 1951.
  • "Foreign Giveaway Grows". Newsweek, June 11, 1951.
  • "Price Controllers in a Panic". Newsweek, June 18, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on Administration's military strategy), The Freeman, June 18, 1951.
  • "An Anti-Inflation Program". Newsweek, June 25, 1951.
  • "They Told Us Then . . . ". Newsweek, July 2, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on troops in Korea, price control), The Freeman, July 2, 1951.
  • "The Cause of Currency Chaos". Newsweek, July 9, 1951.
  • "Price Fixing as a Red Herring". Newsweek, July 16, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on cease-fire, price control), The Freeman, July 16, 1951.
  • "Government: Plan Thyself". Newsweek, July 23, 1951.
  • "Iran vs. Point Four". Newsweek, July 30, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on Iranian oil, Mac-Arthur hearings), The Freeman, July 30, 1951.
  • "The Mises Seminar". The Freeman, July 30, 1951.
  • "The Danger of Profit Control". Newsweek, August 6, 1951.
  • "Why the New Controls Act is Bad". Newsweek, August 13, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on foreign policy, Owen Lattimore), The Freeman, August 13, 1951.
  • "Off to the Races". Newsweek, August 20, 1951.
  • "Congress's Monetary Duty". Newsweek, August 27, 1951.
  • "Inflation for Beginners: Part I". Newsweek, September 3, 1951.
  • "Inflation for Beginners: Part II". Newsweek, September 10, 1951.
  • "The Fortnight* " (on negotiations with the Chinese Communists), The Freeman, September 10, 1951.
  • "Inflation for Beginners: Part III". Newsweek, September 17, 1951.
  • "Inflation for Beginners: Part IV". Newsweek, September 24, 1951.
  • "Inflation for Beginners: Part V". Newsweek, October 1, 1951.
  • "The Real Problems of France". Newsweek, October 8, 1951.
  • "To a Mitigated Socialism". Newsweek, October 15, 1951.
  • "Britain's 'Third Class'". Newsweek, October 22, 1951.
  • "This is Where We Came In". Newsweek, October 29, 1951.
  • "Chaotic Spending and Taxing". Newsweek, November 5, 1951.
  • "How to Denationalize". Newsweek, November 12, 1951.
  • "Who is Mislabeling What?* " Newsweek, November 19, 1951.
  • "How to Depoliticize Money". Newsweek, November 26, 1951.
  • "Days of Disillusion". Newsweek, December 3, 1951.
  • "Arms or Economic Aid". Newsweek, December 10, 1951.
  • "Guns, Butter, and Disruption". Newsweek, December 17, 1951.
  • "A Budget Out of Control". Newsweek, December 24, 1951.
  • "Canada Breaks the Ice Some". Newsweek, December 31, 1951.


1952

  • "Outlook for Business and the Stock Market". The Analysts Journal, Vol. 8, No. 1, Proceedings, Eastern Regional Conference, New York Society of Security Analysts, November 8, 1951, January 1952. (pp. 41–46) Template:JSTOR
  • "The Limits of Taxation". Newsweek, January 7, 1952.
  • "More About Arms Aid". Newsweek, January 14, 1952.
  • "A Ceiling on Spending". Newsweek, January 21, 1952.
  • "One Message Too Many". Newsweek, January 28, 1952.
  • "When Would You Cut?* " Newsweek, February 4, 1952.
  • "Delusions of 'Productivity'". Newsweek, February 11, 1952.
  • "Calling the Market Black". Newsweek, February 18, 1952.
  • "Price Control Follies of 1952". Newsweek, February 23, 1952.
  • "How Can We Combat Inflation?* " (with Paul Douglas and Frank Blair), The American Forum of the Air, February 24, 1952.
  • "Footnote on 'Statism'". Newsweek, March 3, 1952.
  • "The Lull in Inflation". Newsweek, March 10, 1952.
  • "Case Against Price Control". Newsweek, March 17, 1952.
  • "Are These Handouts Necessary?* " Newsweek, March 24, 1952.
  • "Inflation and 'High Costs'". Newsweek, March 31, 1952.
  • "The 'Stabilization' Hoax". Newsweek, April 7, 1952.
  • "Price Fixing Without Tears". Newsweek, April 14, 1952.
  • "It is Happening Here". Newsweek, April 21, 1952.
  • "Toward Equality of Incomes". Newsweek, April 28, 1952.
  • "Peronism and Trumanism". Newsweek, May 5, 1952.
  • "We Took a Wrong Turn". Newsweek, May 12, 1952.
  • "The Philosophy of Seizure". Newsweek, May 19, 1952.
  • "Inflationary Double-Talk". Newsweek, May 26, 1952.
  • "Stabilization or Redistribution". Newsweek, June 2, 1952.
  • "How Europe Curbs Inflation". Newsweek, June 9, 1952.
  • "Seizure is No Solution". Newsweek, June 16, 1952.
  • "Seizure Creates Strikes". Newsweek, June 23, 1952.
  • "Why Not Try Capitalism". Newsweek, June 30, 1952.
  • "Educators vs. Free Inquiry". The Freeman, June 30, 1952.
  • "The Fallacy of Point Four". Newsweek, July 7, 1952.
  • "Our Laws Create Strikes". Newsweek, July 14, 1952.
  • "GOP Platform Economics". Newsweek, July 21, 1952.
  • "Price Control by Default". Newsweek, July 28, 1952.
  • "You Have Never Had it So Good". Newsweek, August 4, 1952.
  • "In the Wake of the Strike". Newsweek, August 11, 1952.
  • "'Isolating' Steel Prices". Newsweek, August 18, 1952.
  • "Is Inflation a Blessing?* " Newsweek, August 25, 1952.
  • "'Planning' for 1975". Newsweek, September 1, 1952.
  • "The Case for Free Markets". Newsweek, September 8, 1952.
  • "Adlai in Wonderland". Newsweek, September 15, 1952.
  • "The Bribe to the Farmer". Newsweek, September 22, 1952.
  • "Is Inflation Necessary?* " The Freeman, September 22, 1952.
  • "Are You Better Off?* " Newsweek, September 29, 1952.
  • "And Now, The Double-Deal?* " Newsweek, October 6, 1952.
  • "Foreign Trade Follies". Newsweek, October 13, 1952.
  • "Stalin as Classical Economist". Newsweek, October 20, 1952.
  • "The Dilemma of Foreign Aid". Newsweek, October 27, 1952.
  • "What Are We Deciding?* " Newsweek, November 3, 1952.
  • "World Reactions to the American Election* " (with H. D. Black, et al.), The University of Chicago Roundtable, November 9, 1952.
  • "A Letter to Harry S Truman". Newsweek, November 17, 1952.
  • "The Dream World of the MSA". Newsweek, November 24, 1952.
  • "Why Risk an Interregnum?* " Newsweek, December 1, 1952.
  • "The Tools That Make Tools". Newsweek, December 8, 1952.
  • "The Cabinet Change-Over". Newsweek, December 15, 1952.
  • "The Collapse of Controls". Newsweek, December 22, 1952.
  • "The Age of Envy". Newsweek, December 29, 1952.


1953

  • "Is a Depression Coming?* " Newsweek, January 5, 1953.
  • "Fallacy in the Forecasts". Newsweek, January 12, 1953.
  • "Estimates vs. Realities". Newsweek, January 19, 1953.
  • "How to Cut the Budget". Newsweek, January 26, 1952.
  • "Making Currencies Convertible". Newsweek, February 2, 1953.
  • "Convertibility vs. Control". Newsweek, February 9, 1953.
  • "The Fortnight". The Freeman, February 9, 1953.
  • "Toward A Free Economy". Newsweek, 16, 1953.
  • "Farewell to Price Controls". Newsweek, February 23, 1953.
  • "The Price of Disinflation". Newsweek, March 2, 1953.
  • "The Meaning of Savings". Newsweek, March 9, 1953.
  • "Stalin and Our Policy". Newsweek, March 16, 1953.
  • "Trade, Plus Aid". Newsweek, March 23, 1953.
  • "A Tale About Taxes". Newsweek, March 30, 1953. Also Reader's Digest, October 1953.
  • "No Stand-by Controls". Newsweek, April 6, 1953.
  • "Inflation Must Have a Stop". Newsweek, April 13, 1953.
  • "Would Peace Be a Disaster?" Newsweek, April 20, 1953.
  • "Inflation Without Tears". Newsweek, April 27, 1953.
  • "To Restore Budget Control". Newsweek, May 4, 1953.
  • "Repeal the Taft-Hartley Act". Newsweek, May 11, 1953.
  • "No End to Super-Spending". Newsweek, May 18, 1953.
  • "Asking for More Inflation". Newsweek, May 23, 1953.
  • "Spending Can Be Cut More". Newsweek, June 1, 1953.
  • "Unneeded Stand-by Controls". Newsweek, June 7, 1953.
  • "Why Foreign Arms Aid?". Newsweek, June 15, 1953.
  • "A Budget Out of Control". Newsweek, June 22, 1953.
  • "Can We Prevent Depressions?". Newsweek, June 29, 1953.
  • "The Return to Gold". Newsweek, July 6, 1953.
  • "Return to Inflation". Newsweek, July 13, 1953.
  • "End Foreign Aid Now". Newsweek, July 20, 1953.
  • "How We Support The World". Newsweek, July 27, 1953.
  • "How to Help Small Business". Newsweek, August 3, 1953.
  • "Competition in Extravagance". Newsweek, August 10, 1953.
  • "Raising the Debt Limit". Newsweek, August 17, 1953.
  • "Eisenhower So Far". Newsweek, August 24, 1953.
  • "Can Taft Be Replaced?". The Freeman, August 24, 1953.
  • "The Futility of Foreign Aid". Newsweek, August 31, 1953.
  • "Why Doesn't Europe Aid Itself?". Reader's Digest, September 1953.
  • "Foreign Economic Policy". Newsweek, September 7, 1953.
  • "How to Kill Capitalism". Newsweek, September 14, 1953.
  • "Economists vs. Astrologers". Newsweek, September 21, 1953.
  • "Italy's Creeping Capitalism". Newsweek, September 28, 1953.
  • "The Welfare State in France". Newsweek, October 5, 1953.
  • "Secretarial Somersault". The Freeman, October 5, 1953.
  • "Does England Need Control?". Newsweek, October 12, 1953.
  • "How America Can Help". Newsweek, October 19, 1953.
  • "More About American Help". Newsweek, October 26, 1953.
  • "In the Sweet By and By". Newsweek, November 2, 1953.
  • "Europe's Self-Made Handcuff". Newsweek, November 2, 1953.
  • "Myth of Perpetual Boom". Newsweek, November 9, 1953.
  • "Is Depreciation a Subsidy?". Newsweek, November 16, 1953.
  • "For a Responsible Budget". Newsweek, November 23, 1953.
  • "White's Mischief Lives On". Newsweek, November 30, 1953.
  • "European Isolationism". Newsweek, December 7, 1953.
  • "Resumption of Inflation". Newsweek, December 14, 1953.
  • "Our Blind Labor Laws". Newsweek, December 21, 1953.
  • "The Ethics of Picketing". Newsweek, December 28, 1953.


1954

  • "Why Return to Gold". Newsweek, January 4, 1954.
  • "Gold Means Good Faith". Newsweek, January 11, 1954.
  • "What Price for Gold". Newsweek, January 18, 1954.
  • "How to Return to Gold". Newsweek, January 25, 1954.
  • "More About the Eggheads". The Freeman, January 25, 1954.
  • "Balance It Now". Newsweek, February 1, 1954.
  • "Price Supports Stifle Trade". Newsweek, February 8, 1954.
  • "Dr. Erhard's Philosophy". The Freeman, February 8, 1954.
  • "Ike's Semi-New Deal". Newsweek, February 15, 1954.
  • "Coffee, Butter, and Politics". Newsweek, February 22, 1954.
  • "The Dollar-Gold Ratio". Newsweek, March 1, 1954.
  • "Still More Inflation?". Newsweek, March 8, 1954.
  • "Lesson of the Greenbacks". Newsweek, March 15, 1954.
  • "Wages, Unions, and Jobs". Newsweek, March 22, 1954.
  • "Shirt-Sleeve Diplomacy". America, March 27, 1954.
  • "For Whom the Tax Bell Tolls". Newsweek, March 29, 1954.
  • "Soak Rich and Hit Poor". Newsweek, April 5, 1954.
  • "Give the House a Treaty Vote". The Freeman, April 5, 1954.
  • "Trade, Not Giveaway". Newsweek, April 12, 1954.
  • "Three Budgets". Newsweek, April 19, 1954.
  • "High Taxes vs. Revenues". Newsweek, April 26, 1954.
  • "For Whom the Tax Bell Tolls: Soak Rich and Hit Poor". Reader's Digest, June 1954.
  • "The Policy is Inflation". Newsweek, July 5, 1954.
  • "Foreign Aid Forever". Newsweek, July 12, 1954.
  • "Mistakes of Inflationists". Newsweek, July 19, 1954.
  • "Convertibility Now". Newsweek, October 11, 1954.
  • "What Kind of Convertibility?" Newsweek, October 18, 1954.
  • "Why America is First". Newsweek, October 25, 1954.
  • "Interpreting the Elections". Newsweek, November 1, 1954.
  • "Keynesian Thinking". Newsweek, November 8, 1954.
  • "When Government Lends". Newsweek, November 15, 1954.
  • "Lessons of the Election". Newsweek, November 22, 1954.
  • "The Giveaway Mania Grows". Newsweek, November 29, 1954.
  • "Watchdogs for Congress". Newsweek, December 6, 1954.
  • "Labor Law and Gangsterism". Newsweek, December 13, 1954.
  • "Who Speaks for America?* " Newsweek, December 20, 1954.
  • "The Right to Work". Newsweek, December 27, 1954.


1955

  • "How to Read a Forecast". Newsweek, January 3, 1955.
  • "It Can Be Balanced". Newsweek, January 10, 1955.
  • "Raising Wages By Fiat". Newsweek, January 17, 1955.
  • "The New New Deal". Newsweek, January 25, 1955.
  • "Wonderland Trade Policy". Newsweek, January 31, 1955.
  • "Deficits Without End?* " Newsweek, February 7, 1955.
  • "Inflation was the Trick". Newsweek, February 14, 1955.
  • "Time for Reappraisal". Newsweek, February 21, 1955.
  • "Truth Must Be Repeated". Newsweek, February 28, 1955.
  • "The Salaries of Congress". Newsweek, March 5, 1955.
  • "Deficits are Poison". Newsweek, March 14, 1955.
  • "To Get a Responsible Budget". Newsweek, March 21, 1955.
  • "The Stock-Market Boom". Newsweek, March 27, 1955.
  • "That Capital-Gains Tax". Newsweek, April 4, 1955.
  • "Double-Taxation Blues". Newsweek, April 11, 1955.
  • "Competition in Spending". Newsweek, April 18, 1955.
  • "Who Will Guarantee Business". Newsweek, April 25, 1955.
  • "When Government Lends". Newsweek, May 2, 1955.
  • "Foreign Aid Forever?* " Newsweek, May 9, 1955.
  • "States' Rights and Labor Law". Newsweek, May 16, 1955.
  • "No Need For OTC". Newsweek, May 23, 1955.
  • "Compulsory Unionism". Newsweek, June 30, 1955.
  • "Irresponsible Spending". Newsweek, July 18, 1955.
  • "Abolish Exchange Control". Newsweek, July 25, 1955.
  • "The Seamy Side of TVA". Newsweek, August 1, 1955.
  • "Unsound Wage Boasts". Newsweek, August 8, 1955.
  • "Keynesian Confusions". Newsweek, August 15, 1955.
  • "Our Two New Deal Parties". Newsweek, August 22, 1955.
  • "A Flood of Credit". Newsweek, August 29, 1955.
  • "'Beyond' Capitalism". Newsweek, September 5, 1955.
  • "Unstable Paradise". Newsweek, September 12, 1955.
  • "What is Progress?". Newsweek, September 19, 1955.
  • "Balance it Now". Newsweek, September 26, 1955.
  • "A Fallacy Exposed Again". Newsweek, October 3, 1955.
  • "What Kind of Tax Cuts?". Newsweek, October 10, 1955.
  • "Delegation of Power". Newsweek, October 17, 1955.
  • "The Farm 'Parity' Fraud". Newsweek, October 24, 1955.
  • "Farm Fiasco: A Way Out". Newsweek, October 31, 1955.
  • "A Flood of Debt". Newsweek, November 7, 1955.
  • "Stevenson's Farm Claptrap". Newsweek, November 14, 1955.
  • "Revolt Against Spending". Newsweek, November 21, 1955.
  • "The Fourth Dimension". Newsweek, November 28, 1955.
  • "What is a Liberal?". Newsweek, December 5, 1955.
  • "Cheap Money Means Inflation". Newsweek, December 12, 1955.
  • "A Two-Point Farm Program". Newsweek, December 19, 1955.
  • "Arithmetic of Federal Aid". Newsweek, December 26, 1955.


1956

  • "Why Spending Grows". Newsweek, January 2, 1956.
  • "Hazards of Forecasting". Newsweek, January 9, 1956.
  • "Foreign Aid Forever?* " Newsweek, January 16, 1956.
  • "The Presidential Burden". Newsweek, January 23, 1956.
  • "A Farm-Vote Program". Newsweek, January 30, 1956.
  • "What to Do About the Farm Parity Fiasco". Reader's Digest, February 1956.
  • "The Fourth Dimension". The Freeman, February 1956.
  • "But is it Balanced?* " Newsweek, February 6, 1956.
  • "Facing Both Ways". Newsweek, February 13, 1956.
  • "Mencken: A Retrospect". Newsweek, February 20, 1956.
  • "The War on Big Business". Newsweek, February 27, 1956.
  • "Selective Credit Control". Newsweek, March 5, 1956.
  • "That Gas Bill Veto". Newsweek, March 12, 1956.
  • "Ike and the Economic Outlook". Newsweek, March 19, 1956.
  • "Extending the Farm Folly". Newsweek, March 26, 1956.
  • "More About Foreign Aid". Newsweek, April 2, 1956.
  • "Foreign Arms Aid Again". Newsweek, April 16, 1956.
  • "Ruining Peter to 'Aid' Paul". Newsweek, April 23, 1956.
  • "Why Farm Aid Runs Amuck". Newsweek, April 30, 1956.
  • "Keynesianism Crippled by Facts". Newsweek, May 7, 1956.
  • "You, too, Can Forecast". Newsweek, May 14, 1956.
  • "Cheap Money and Inflation". Newsweek, May 21, 1956.
  • "Built-in Inflation". Newsweek, May 28, 1956.
  • "The Literature of Freedom". The Freeman, June 1956.
  • "Foreign Aid Mania". Newsweek, June 4, 1956.
  • "Transitory Magic". Newsweek, June 11, 1956.
  • "Political Farm Law". Newsweek, June 18, 1956.
  • "The Great Swindle". Newsweek, June 25, 1956.
  • "Cut-Rate Currencies". Newsweek, July 2, 1956.
  • "Money and Goods". Newsweek, July 9, 1956.
  • "Steel Strike Lessons". Newsweek, July 16, 1956.
  • "Communist Production". Newsweek, July 30, 1956.
  • "Communism as Producer". Newsweek, August 6, 1956.
  • "Strike Aftermath". Newsweek, August 13, 1956.
  • "False Internationalism". Newsweek, August 20, 1956.
  • "Invitation to Seizure". Newsweek, August 27, 1956.
  • "The Great Swindle". The Freeman, September 1956.
  • "Democratic Claptrap". Newsweek, September 3, 1956.
  • "GOP Double-Think". Newsweek, September 10, 1956.
  • "People's Capitalism". Newsweek, September 17, 1956.
  • "How High is 3%?* " Newsweek, September 24, 1956.
  • "Foreign-aid Mania". Reader's Digest, October 1956, reprinted from Newsweek, June 4, 1956
  • "A Free Man's Library". Newsweek, October 1, 1956.
  • "Policies and Votes". Newsweek, October 8, 1956.
  • "Why Anti-Capitalism?* " Newsweek, October 15, 1956.
  • "Lesson From England". Newsweek, October 22, 1956.
  • "Reasons for Apathy". Newsweek, October 29, 1956.
  • "Party of Inflation". Newsweek, November 5, 1956.
  • "The Economic Meaning". Newsweek, November 12, 1956.
  • "They've Had It". Newsweek, November 19, 1956.
  • "Mathematical Economics". Newsweek, November 26, 1956.
  • "Two Kinds of Inflation". Newsweek, December 3, 1956.
  • "For the Rule of Law". Newsweek, December 10, 1956.
  • "Foreign Policy". Newsweek, December 17, 1956.
  • "When Do We Stop?* " Newsweek, December 24, 1956.
  • "Forecasts for 1957". Newsweek, December 31, 1956.


1957

  • "Overrule the 'Fed'?* " Newsweek, January 7, 1957.
  • "Still More Foreign Aid?". Newsweek, January 14, 1957.
  • "Ike's New Program". Newsweek, January 21, 1957.
  • "Where It Can Be Cut". Newsweek, January 28, 1957.
  • "Two Kinds of Inflation". The Freeman, February 1957.
  • "Must We Ration Credit?* " Newsweek, February 4, 1957.
  • "Economic Double-Think". Newsweek, February 11, 1957.
  • "Cut to $60 Billion Now". Newsweek, February 18, 1957.
  • "Blaming the Public". Newsweek, February 25, 1957.
  • "No Boom Lasts Forever". Newsweek, March 4, 1957.
  • "A 'Common' Market". Newsweek, March 11, 1957
  • "Are Unions Necessary?* " Newsweek, March 18, 1957.
  • "How to Cut Spending". Newsweek, March 25, 1957.
  • "Irresponsible Budget". Newsweek, April 1, 1957.
  • "Cotton Fiasco". Newsweek, April 8, 1957.
  • "The Vice-Presidency". Newsweek, April 15, 1957.
  • "No One is Responsible". Newsweek, April 22, 1957.
  • "Britain's Budget". Newsweek, April 29, 1957.
  • "If Congress Means It". Newsweek, May 6, 1957.
  • "Unions and the Law". Newsweek, May 13, 1957.
  • "Bipartisan Economy". Newsweek, May 20, 1957.
  • "Communist Crack-up". Newsweek, May 27, 1957.
  • "Perpetual Foreign Aid". Newsweek, June 3, 1957.
  • "Private Foreign Aid". Newsweek, June 10, 1957.
  • "High Taxes vs. Yield". Newsweek, June 17, 1957. Also * "High Taxes vs. Common Sense". Reader's Digest, September 1957.
  • "Tax Reform Now". Newsweek, June 24, 1957.
  • "The Great Swindle". Newsweek, July 1, 1957.
  • "Easy Money-Inflation". Newsweek, July 8, 1957.
  • "Why 'Tight Money'". Newsweek, July 15, 1957.
  • "Cost-Push Inflation". Newsweek, July 22, 1957.
  • "Built-in Inflation". Newsweek, July 29, 1957.
  • "Contradictory Goals". Newsweek, August 5, 1957.
  • "'Administered' Inflation". Newsweek, August 12, 1957.
  • "Easy Money Has An End". Newsweek, August 19, 1957.
  • "Tragedy of the Franc". Newsweek, August 26, 1957.
  • "Collapse of a System". Newsweek, September 2, 1957.
  • "What Makes Reuther Big?* " Newsweek, September 9, 1957.
  • "Set Currencies Free". Newsweek, September 16, 1957.
  • "Creeping Inflationism". Newsweek, September 23, 1957.
  • "Subsidizing Socialism". Newsweek, September 30, 1957.
  • "The Great Swindle". The Freeman, October 1957.
  • "How to Wipe Out Debt". Newsweek, October 7, 1957.
  • "Paper-Money Blizzard". Newsweek, October 14, 1957.
  • "The Economic Consequences of ICBM". October 21, 1957. Also Reader's Digest, December 1957.
  • "Swindling Admired". Newsweek, October 28, 1957.
  • "The Cost-Price Squeeze". Newsweek, November 4, 1957.
  • "Party of Inflation?* " Newsweek, November 11, 1957.
  • "Message of the Sputniks". Newsweek, November 18, 1957.
  • "Wake up the Educators, Newsweek, November 25, 1957.
  • "A Shot in the Arm". Newsweek, December 2, 1957.
  • "Our Moral Disarmament". Newsweek, December 9, 1957.
  • "To Remove Uncertainty". Newsweek, December 16, 1957.
  • "Salvation by Spending?* " Newsweek, December 23, 1957.
  • "Too Much Labor Law". Newsweek, December 30, 1957.


1958

  • "To Control Spending". Newsweek, January 6, 1958.
  • "Convert the Communists". Newsweek, January 13, 1958
  • "How to Destroy Jobs". Newsweek, January 20, 1958.
  • "Notes on the Budget". Newsweek, January 27, 1958.
  • "Salvation by Deficit?* " Newsweek, February 3, 1958.
  • "Inflation Arithmetic". Newsweek, February 10, 1958.
  • "Wage Rates And Jobs". Newsweek, February 17, 1958.
  • "Hair of the Dog". Newsweek, February 24, 1958.
  • "Wage Boosts vs. Jobs". Newsweek, March 3, 1958.
  • "Buying Unemployment". Newsweek, March 10, 1958.
  • "Adjust or Inflate". Newsweek, March 17, 1958.
  • "Stampede to Inflation". Newsweek, March 24, 1958.
  • "Insuring Unemployment". Newsweek, March 31, 1958.
  • "Wage Rates and Jobs". The Freeman, April 1958.
  • "Priced Out of Jobs". Newsweek, April 7, 1958.
  • "Insurance or Politics?* " Newsweek, April 14, 1958.
  • "Is the Dollar Doomed?* " Newsweek, April 21, 1958.
  • "Deficit vs. Jobs". Newsweek, April 28, 1958.
  • "How Many Jobless?* " Newsweek, May 5, 1958.
  • "'Curing' the Recession". Newsweek, May 12, 1958.
  • "To Encourage Earning". Newsweek, May 19, 1958.
  • "The Foreign-Aid Fiasco". Newsweek, May 26, 1958.
  • "Reform Our Labor Law". Newsweek, June 2, 1958.
  • "Trade, Yes; Aid, No". Newsweek, June 9, 1958.
  • "How to Increase Jobs and Payrolls". Newsweek, June 16, 1958.
  • "USA vs. USSR". Newsweek, June 23, 1958.
  • "Preventive Cold War, Part I". Newsweek, June 30, 1958.
  • "Preventive Cold War, Part II". Newsweek, July 7, 1958.
  • "Government by Favor". Newsweek, July 14, 1958.
  • "Inflation Disrepute". Newsweek, July 21, 1958.
  • "Piano and the Stool". Newsweek, July 28, 1958.
  • "'Have-Not' Countries". Newsweek, August 4, 1958.
  • "Time-Deposit Inflation". Newsweek, August 11, 1958.
  • "More Inflation Ahead?* " Newsweek, August 18, 1958.
  • "Rates of Growth". Newsweek, August 25, 1958.
  • "How to Control Credit". Newsweek, September 1, 1958.
  • "A Century of Cycles". Newsweek, September 8, 1958.
  • "20 Ways to Giveaway". Newsweek, September 15, 1958.
  • "Bipartisan Inflation". Newsweek, September 22, 1958.
  • "Inflation by Spending". Newsweek, September 29, 1958.
  • "Balanced Labor Law". Newsweek, October 6, 1958.
  • "Interest-Rate Tides". Newsweek, October 13, 1958.
  • "Why Don't We Join?* " Newsweek, October 20, 1958.
  • "Ten-Year Miracle". Newsweek, October 27, 1958.
  • "That 'Common Market'". Newsweek, November 17, 1958.
  • "Why Cheap Money Fails". Newsweek, November 24, 1958.
  • "In Franco's Spain". Newsweek, December 1, 1958.
  • "Our Policy in Europe". Newsweek, December 8, 1958.
  • "Defense Will Not Win". Newsweek, December 15, 1958.
  • "Why We Lose Gold". Newsweek, December 22, 1958.
  • "How to Halt Inflation". Newsweek, December 29, 1958.


1959

  • "The GNP Fetish". Newsweek, January 5, 1959.
  • "More GNP Defects". Newsweek, January 12, 1958.
  • "Heed the Red Lights". Newsweek, January 19, 1958.
  • "Lessons of a Strike". Newsweek, January 26, 1959.
  • "Schizophrenic Budget". Newsweek, February 2, 1959.
  • "Who Makes Inflation?* " Newsweek, February 9, 1959.
  • "What Russian Trade?* " Newsweek, February 16, 1959.
  • "Uncurbed Union Power". Newsweek, February 23, 1959.
  • "The 'Growth' Game'". Newsweek, March 3, 1959.
  • "Wrong Aims and Means". Newsweek, March 9, 1959.
  • "1985?* " Newsweek, March 16, 1959.
  • "Spending and Taxing". Newsweek, March 23, 1959.
  • "More Inflation Ahead?* " Newsweek, March 30, 1959.
  • "Inflation as a Policy". Newsweek, April 5, 1959.
  • "What Is Competition?* " Newsweek, April 13, 1959.
  • "Why There Are Jobless". Newsweek, April 20, 1959.
  • "How to Denationalize". Newsweek, April 27, 1959.
  • "What Russian Trade". The Freeman, May 1959.
  • "Uncurbed Union Power". Newsweek, May 4, 1959.
  • "Steel Strike Ahead?* " Newsweek, May 11, 1959.
  • "Giant Step Backward". Newsweek, May 18, 1959.
  • "The Gold Outflow". Newsweek, May 25, 1959.
  • "The Full-Employment Myth". The Wall Street Journal, May 25, 1959.
  • "The Politics of a Statistic". The Wall Street Journal, May 26, 1959.
  • "Communist Strategy". Newsweek, June 1, 1959.
  • "The First Step". Newsweek, June 8, 1959.
  • "The Open Conspiracy". Newsweek, June 15, 1959.
  • "The Egg in Politics". Newsweek, June 22, 1959.
  • "The Interest Ceiling". Newsweek, June 29, 1959.
  • "The Strauss Aftermath". Newsweek, July 6, 1959.
  • "Saving is the Key". Newsweek, July 13, 1959.
  • "Portrait of Russia?* " Newsweek, July 20, 1959.
  • "Why a Steel Strike?* " Newsweek, July 27, 1959.
  • "On Not Interfering". Newsweek, August 3, 1959.
  • "Ordering Inflation". Newsweek, August 10, 1959.
  • "Nobody Wins a Strike* " Newsweek, August 17, 1959.
  • "Real Labor Reform". Newsweek, August 24, 1959.
  • "How the Spiral Spins". Newsweek, August 31, 1959.
  • "Portrait of Russia?* " The Freeman, September 1959.
  • "Painting Ourselves In". Newsweek, September 7, 1959.
  • "Shortcut to Inflation". Newsweek, September 14, 1959.
  • "Oil Import Quotas". Newsweek, September 21, 1959.
  • "Managed England* " Newsweek, September 28, 1959
  • "Art of Forecasting". Newsweek, October 5, 1959.
  • "Conservative Revival". Newsweek, October 12, 1959.
  • "Progress vs. 'Plans'". Newsweek, October 19, 1959.
  • "Is Bargaining Free". Newsweek, October 26, 1959.
  • "How the Spiral Spins". The Freeman, November 1959.
  • "It Hasn't Been Tried". Newsweek, November 2, 1959.
  • "The Real Reform". Newsweek, November 9, 1959.
  • "Where We Are Now". Newsweek, November 16, 1959.
  • "Revise Our Labor Laws". Newsweek, November 23, 1959.
  • "Farm Surplus Solution". Newsweek, November 30, 1959.
  • "Men, Cars, Cities". Newsweek, December 7, 1959.
  • "The Problems We Face". Newsweek, December 14, 1959.
  • "The Nonconformist". USA, December 18, 1959.
  • "Is Gold Just a Relic?* " Newsweek, December 21, 1959.
  • "Wages by Edict?* " Newsweek, December 28, 1959.


1960

  • "Wage-Price Go-Round". Newsweek, January 4, 1960.
  • "Halt Inflation Now". Newsweek, January 11, 1960.
  • "Inflation Wins Again". Newsweek, January 18, 1960
  • "Logic of Do-Nothing". Newsweek, January 25, 1960.
  • "Notes on the Budget". Newsweek, February 1, 1960.
  • "Who Makes Inflation?* " Newsweek, February 8, 1960.
  • "Liberty and Welfare". Newsweek, February 15, 1960.
  • "The Constitution of Liberty* " (F .A. Hayek), Newsweek, February 15, 1960.
  • "Great No-Debates". Newsweek, February 22, 1960.
  • "Whose Welfare State?* " Newsweek, February 29, 1960.
  • "How to Curb Spending". Newsweek, March 7, 1960.
  • "Arms and the Budget". Newsweek, March 14, 1960.
  • "Sugar Can Turn Sour". Newsweek, March 21, 1960.
  • "Foreign Aid Run Riot". Newsweek, March 28, 1960.
  • "Backward Step". Newsweek, April 4, 1960.
  • "Tying Its Own Hands". Newsweek, April 11, 1960.
  • "Cheap Money Is Dear". Newsweek, April 18, 1960.
  • "Age, 'Needs,' and Votes". Newsweek, April 25, 1960.
  • "Years of Inflation". Newsweek, May 2, 1960.
  • "Subsidizing Socialism". Newsweek, May 9, 1960.
  • "Inflation vs. Morality". Newsweek, May 16, 1960.
  • "The Big Brother State". Newsweek, May 23, 1960.
  • "Fruits of Appeasement". Newsweek, May 30, 1960.
  • "Growth of What We Owe". Newsweek, June 6, 1960.
  • "Insurance Or Handout?* " Newsweek, June 13, 1960.
  • "Inviting Inflation". Newsweek, June 20, 1960.
  • "Affluent Government". Newsweek, June 27, 1960.
  • "Mr. Kennedy's Old Clich?s". National Review, July 3, 1960.
  • "End the Interregnum". Newsweek, July 4, 1960.
  • "Why Our Debt Grows". Newsweek, July 11, 1960.
  • "The New Collectivism". Newsweek, July 18, 1960.
  • "Evil of Import Quotas". Newsweek, July 25, 1960.
  • "Comments on Inflation". The Freeman, August 1960.
  • "The Total Welfare State". Newsweek, August 1, 1960.
  • "A Circus or a Session?* " Newsweek, August 8, 1960.
  • "To End Farm Surpluses". Newsweek, August 15, 1960.
  • "The Irresponsibles". Newsweek, August 22, 1960.
  • "How to Beat Inflation". Newsweek, August 29, 1960.
  • "Is 'Deflation' Likely?* " Newsweek, September 5, 1960.
  • "Sugar, Fares, Picketing". Newsweek, September 12, 1960.
  • "The ABC of Inflation". Human Events, September 15, 1960.
  • "Legal Strike Incentives". Newsweek, September 19, 1960.
  • "Vote for Me and $7,000". Newsweek, September 26, 1960.
  • "False Internationalism". Newsweek, October 3, 1960.
  • "American Abdication?* " Newsweek, October 10, 1960.
  • "How to Lose an Election". Newsweek, October 17, 1960.
  • "What Are We Deciding?* " Newsweek, October 24, 1960.
  • "Galloping Inflation". Newsweek, excerpt from What You Should Know About Inflation, October 24, 1960.
  • "The Dollar Crisis". Newsweek, October 31, 1960.
  • "How to Restore Poverty". Newsweek, November 7, 1960.
  • "Conventional Heretic". Newsweek, November 14, 1960.
  • "The Economic Meaning". Newsweek, November 14, 1960.
  • "To Maintain the Dollar". Newsweek, November 21, 1960.
  • "A Meaningful Opposition". Newsweek, November 28, 1960.
  • "Wrong Dollar Solution". Newsweek, December 5, 1960.
  • "In the Wrong Direction". Newsweek, December 12, 1960.
  • "To Encourage Growth". Newsweek, December 19, 1960.
  • "To Promote Growth". Newsweek, December 26, 1960.


1961

  • "A World Super-Bank?* " Newsweek, January 2, 1961.
  • "Are We Going Left?* " Newsweek, January 9, 1961.
  • "If We Demonetize Gold". Newsweek, January 16, 1961.
  • "A Needless Risk". Newsweek, January 23, 1961.
  • "A Crime to Own Gold". Newsweek, January 30, 1961.
  • "This Tax Reform Can Set America Free To Grow". Reader's Digest, February 1961.
  • "What Is to Be Done?* " Newsweek, February 6, 1961.
  • "Pledges vs. Policies". Newsweek, February 13, 1961.
  • "Kennedian Economics". Newsweek, February 20, 1961.
  • "Saving the Dollar". Newsweek, February 27, 1961.
  • "Jobs by Inflation?* " Newsweek, March 6, 1961.
  • "Protectionism". Newsweek, March 13, 1961.
  • "Minimum Wage". Newsweek, March 20, 1961.
  • "An International Money". Newsweek, March 27, 1961.
  • "Aid With What Strings". Newsweek, April 3, 1961.
  • "Handout or Investment". Newsweek, April 10, 1961.
  • "Budgetary Chaos". Newsweek, April 17, 1961.
  • "Inflation Without Jobs". Newsweek, April 24, 1961.
  • "Jobs by Inflation?* " The Freeman, May 1961.
  • "Propaganda in Orbit". Newsweek, May 1, 1961.
  • "National Trends". National Review, May 6, 1961.
  • "That 'Cyclical' Budget". Newsweek, May 8, 1961.
  • "The First 100 Days". Newsweek, May 15, 1961.
  • "Keep the Gold Reserve". Newsweek, May 22, 1961.
  • "How to Cure Poverty". Newsweek, May 29, 1961.
  • "What Rent Control Does". The Freeman, June 1961.
  • "Gold and the Dollar". Newsweek, June 5, 1961.
  • "Reaching for the Moon". Newsweek, June 12, 1961.
  • "The Dollar Problem". Newsweek, June 19, 1961.
  • "Day of Disillusion". Newsweek, June 26, 1961.
  • "Mock Gold Standard". Newsweek, July 3, 1961.
  • "Labor Law Gone Wrong". Newsweek, July 10, 1961.
  • "Could Credit Collapse?* " Newsweek, July 17, 1961.
  • "International Money". The Wall Street Journal, July 19, 1961.
  • "A 'Dual' Economy". Newsweek, July 24, 1961.
  • "Too Much Labor Law". Newsweek, July 31, 1961.
  • "Irresponsible Budget". Newsweek, August 7, 1961.
  • "Tax Cuts for Growth". Newsweek, August 14, 1961.
  • "The New Manifesto". Newsweek, August 21, 1961.
  • "Greenback Utopia". National Review, August 26, 1961.
  • "Foreign Aid Fallacies". Newsweek, August 28, 1961.
  • "Hostility to Business". Newsweek, September 4, 1961. Also Criminals and Benefactors". Reader's Digest, December 1961.
  • "Education for Individualism". The Freeman, September 1961.
  • "Aid vs. Trade". Newsweek, September 11, 1961.
  • "In Defense of Gold". Newsweek, September 18, 1961.
  • "An International Order". Newsweek, September 25, 1961.
  • "Secret of Switzerland". Newsweek, October 2, 1961.
  • "Galbraith Revisited". Newsweek, October 9, 1961.
  • "False Internationalism". Newsweek, October 16, 1961.
  • "Can Statistics Predict?* " Newsweek, October 23, 1961.
  • "Shadow of Price Control". Newsweek, October 30, 1961.
  • "In the Sweet By and By". Newsweek, November 6, 1961.
  • "Downgrading Ourselves". Newsweek, November 13, 1961.
  • "Socialistic 'Reforms'". Newsweek, November 20, 1961.
  • "Inflation for Growth". Newsweek, November 27, 1961.
  • "To Preserve the Dollar". Newsweek, December 4, 1961.
  • "Profits Mean Jobs". Newsweek, December 11, 1961. Also Reader's Digest, February 1962.
  • "Growth Means Capital". Newsweek, December 18, 1961.
  • "Remove Trade Barriers". Newsweek, December 25, 1961.


1962

  • "An International Order". The Freeman, January 1962.
  • "Common Market and Us". Newsweek, January 1, 1962.
  • "Inflation Must End". Newsweek, January 8, 1962.
  • "Are We Anti-Capitalist?* " Newsweek, January 15, 1962.
  • "On Doing Nothing". Newsweek, January 22, 1962.
  • "Power to Lay Duties". Newsweek, January 29, 1962.
  • "Notes on the Budget". Newsweek, February 5, 1962.
  • "Growth by Rhetoric". Newsweek, February 12, 1962.
  • "More Planned Chaos". Newsweek, February 19, 1962.
  • "Freedom to Bargain". Newsweek, February 26, 1962.
  • "Automation Makes Jobs". Newsweek, March 5, 1962.
  • "Jobs by Inflation?* " Newsweek, March 12, 1962.
  • "Rule of Law". National Review, March 13, 1962.
  • "How to Remove Barriers". Newsweek, March 19, 1962.
  • "Incentives Bring Growth". Newsweek, March 26, 1962.
  • "Are Consumers Boobs?* " Newsweek, April 2, 1962. And The Freeman, June 1962.
  • "A Wrong Turning". Newsweek, April 9, 1962.
  • "A Duty of Congress". Newsweek, April 16, 1962.
  • "Why Stunt Our Growth". Newsweek, April 23, 1962.
  • "Blow to Confidence". Newsweek, April 30, 1962.
  • "'In the Public Interest'* " May 7, 1962.
  • "To Restore Confidence". Newsweek, May 14, 1962.
  • "Free Prices, Free Wages". Newsweek, May 21, 1962.
  • "Wages Must Be Free". Newsweek, May 28, 1962.
  • "Toward Freer Trade". Newsweek, June 4, 1962.
  • "Richer by Less Work". Newsweek, June 11, 1962.
  • "To Rebuild Confidence". Newsweek, June 18, 1962.
  • "Keynesians at Bay". National Review, June 19, 1962.
  • "Tax Reform Now". Newsweek, June 25, 1962.
  • "Catechism on Taxes". Newsweek, July 2, 1962.
  • "Bipartisan Errors". Newsweek, July 9, 1962.
  • "Deficits Forever?* " Newsweek, July 16, 1962.
  • "Controls and Corruption". Newsweek, July 23, 1962.
  • "Is Inflation the Cure?* " Newsweek, July 30, 1962.
  • "The Essentials of Free Enterprise". The New Guard, August 1962.
  • "The Welfare Mess". Newsweek, August 6, 1962.
  • "Assurance vs. Acts". Newsweek, August 13, 1962.
  • "Socialism vs. Freedom". Newsweek, August 20, 1962.
  • "Where We are Going". Newsweek, August 27, 1962.
  • "A 49 Percent Top". Newsweek, September 3, 1962.
  • "Overregulation". Newsweek, September 10, 1962.
  • "The Basis of Economics". Newsweek, September 17, 1962.
  • "The Dream of Planning". Newsweek, September 24, 1962.
  • "The Welfare Mess". The Freeman, October 1962.
  • "Planning for Growth". Newsweek, October 1, 1962.
  • "Worth the Price?* " Newsweek, October 8, 1962.
  • "Taxes and Growth". Newsweek, October 15, 1962.
  • "Will Europe Split?* " Newsweek, October 22, 1962.
  • "Shock of Reality". Newsweek, October 29, 1962.
  • "Tax Cut vs. Rate Cut". Newsweek, November 19, 1962.
  • "Tax Cuts for Incentive". Newsweek, November 26, 1962.
  • "'Planning' vs. the Free Market". The Freeman, December 1962.
  • "What Is a 'Loophole'?* " Newsweek, December 3, 1962.
  • "The New Mythology". Newsweek, December 17, 1962.
  • "Encouraging Strikes". Newsweek, December 24, 1962.
  • "Deficits Solve Nothing". Newsweek, December 31, 1962.


1963

  • "Who Gains by Strikes?* " Newsweek, January 7, 1963.
  • "A Shortsighted Tax". Newsweek, January 14, 1963.
  • "Lopsided Labor Law". Newsweek, January 21, 1963.
  • "Invitation to Inflation". Newsweek, January 28, 1963.
  • "Fallacy of Too Much Planning". Reader's Digest, February 1963.
  • "Deficits as a Policy". Newsweek, February 4, 1963.
  • "A Dictated Settlement". Newsweek, February 11, 1963.
  • "How We Choke Incentive". Newsweek, February 18, 1963.
  • "Legalized Labor Chaos". Newsweek, February 25, 1963.
  • "How to Help the Poor". Newsweek, March 4, 1963.
  • "Hellerious Economics". Newsweek, March 11, 1963.
  • "Capitalism Without Horns". National Review, March 12, 1963.
  • "The Growth Mania". Newsweek, March 18, 1963.
  • "Inflation as Cure-All". Newsweek, March 25, 1963.
  • "Less Coffee in the Cup". Newsweek, April 1, 1963.
  • "The Right to Publish". Newsweek, April 8, 1963.
  • "For True Tax Reform". Newsweek, April 15, 1963.
  • "Do Deficits Make Jobs?* " Newsweek, April 22, 1963.
  • "Price Control by Warning". Newsweek, April 29, 1963.
  • "The Web of Prices". Newsweek, May 6, 1963.
  • "'Progressive' Taxation". Newsweek, May 13, 1963.
  • "To Defend the Dollar". Newsweek, May 20, 1963.
  • "Capital-Gain Tax Reform". Newsweek, May 27, 1963.
  • "Shortsighted Taxes". Newsweek, June 3, 1963.
  • "Fear of Free Markets". Newsweek, June 10, 1963.
  • "Capital Gain vs. Income". Newsweek, June 17, 1963.
  • "Who Provides Welfare?* " Newsweek, June 24, 1963.
  • "Taxes: The Long View". Newsweek, July 1, 1963.
  • "The Foreign Aid Folly". Newsweek, July 8, 1963.
  • "Keynesian Inflation". Newsweek, July 15, 1963.
  • "Doubts About the EEC". Newsweek, July 22, 1963.
  • "The Risk Takers". Newsweek, July 29, 1963.
  • "No Help to the Dollar". Newsweek, August 5, 1963.
  • "Inflation Is the Cause". Newsweek, August 12, 1963.
  • "Double Taxation". Newsweek, August 19, 1963.
  • "Let the Dollar Drift". Newsweek, August 26, 1963.
  • "Sham Tax Cut". Newsweek, September 2, 1963.
  • "Exporting Inflation". Newsweek, September 9, 1963.
  • "History of a Law". Newsweek, September 16, 1963.
  • "Balance of Payments". Newsweek, September 23, 1963.
  • "Books for Americans". Newsweek, September 30, 1963.
  • "One World or Many". Newsweek, October 7, 1963.
  • "Farm Program Fiasco". Newsweek, October 14, 1963.
  • "World Monetary Reform". Newsweek, October 21, 1963.
  • "A Shortsighted Tariff". Newsweek, October 28, 1963.
  • "Tax Cut in Wonderland". Newsweek, November 4, 1963.
  • "Undo the IMF System". Newsweek, November 11, 1963.
  • "The Jobless, and Why". Newsweek, November 18, 1963.
  • "Does Foreign Aid Aid?* " Newsweek, November 25, 1963.
  • "The Vice-Presidency". Newsweek, December 2, 1963.
  • "To Reduce Uncertainty". Newsweek, December 9, 1963.
  • "Aid-or Investment?* " Newsweek, December 16, 1963.
  • "Investment as Scapegoat". Newsweek, December 23, 1963.
  • "Tax Cut Regardless". Newsweek, December 30, 1963.


1964

Also published in Reader's Digest, August 1964.
  • "Training for Jobs". Newsweek, July 6, 1964.
  • "Rigging Interest Rates". Newsweek, July 13, 1964.
  • "Dread of a Surplus". Newsweek, July 20, 1964.
  • "The Issue of Statism". Newsweek, July 27, 1964.
  • "The Curse of Machinery". The Freeman, August 1964.
  • "Words Against Words". Newsweek, August 3, 1964.
  • "That Fiscal Revolution". Newsweek, August 10, 1964.
  • "Hoover As Scapegoat". Newsweek, August 17, 1964.
  • "The Poverty Package". Newsweek, August 24, 1964.
  • "Socialism and Famine". Newsweek, August 31, 1964.
  • "Rights". The Freeman, September 1964.
  • "World Money Reform". Newsweek, September 7, 1964.
  • "Big Brother State". Newsweek, September 14, 1964.
  • "Results of Antitrust". Newsweek, September 21, 1964.
  • "How to Beat Inflation". Newsweek, September 28, 1964.
  • "Industrialitis". The Freeman, October 1964.
  • "The Consumptionists". Newsweek, October 5, 1964.
  • "The Irreversible State". Newsweek, October 12, 1964.
  • "How New Is Inflation?". Newsweek, October 19, 1964.
  • "Why He Is Losing". Newsweek, October 26, 1964.
  • "The Economic Issues". Newsweek, November 2, 1964.
  • "Reflections at 70". Reprinted in The Wisdom of Henry Hazlitt, Irvington-on-Hudson, New York: Foundation for Economic Education, 1993. (pp. 39B48)
Remarks at birthday celebration at the New York University Club.
  • "Back to Mercantilism". Newsweek, November 16, 1964.
  • "Market is Color-Blind". Newsweek, November 23, 1964.
  • "Labels vs. Policies". Newsweek, November 30, 1964.
  • "The Coinage Crisis". Newsweek, December 7, 1964.
  • "The Sterling Crisis". Newsweek, December 14, 1964.
  • "Cheap Money Mania". Newsweek, December 21, 1964.
  • "The Paper-Work Jungle". Newsweek, December 28, 1964.
  • "Two Birthdays". National Review, December 29, 1964.


1965

  • "Abiding Free Speech". Newsweek, January 4, 1965.
  • "Paradise by Deficit, Newsweek, January 18, 1965.
  • "No Gold at All?". Newsweek, February 1, 1965.
  • "The Cult of Deficits". Newsweek, February 15, 1965.
  • "Bastiat for '65". National Review, February 23, 1965.
  • "Surprising Scapegoat". Newsweek, March 1, 1965.
  • "Manipulating Interest". Newsweek, March 15, 1965.
  • "Antitrust Chaos". Newsweek, March 29, 1965.
  • "Do We Need More Money?". Newsweek, April 12, 1965.
  • "Monster Government". Newsweek, April 26, 1965.
  • "The Rueff Proposal". Newsweek, May 10, 1965.
  • "Steel as Scapegoat". Newsweek, May 24, 1965.
  • "The Right to Choose". Newsweek, June 7, 1965.
  • "The New Orthodoxy". Newsweek, June 21, 1965.
  • "One-Sided Compulsion". Newsweek, July 5, 1965.
  • "Fallible Forecasting". Newsweek, July 19, 1965.
  • "Do We Need More Money?". Newsweek, August 2, 1965.
  • "Chaotic Antitrust". Newsweek, August 16, 1965.
  • "Put a Price on Water". Newsweek, August 30, 1965.
  • "Rule by Guideline". Newsweek, September 13, 1965.
  • "The Effort of Every Man". Newsweek, September 27, 1965.
  • "Back to Gold". The Freeman, October 1965.
  • "Inviting Strikes". Newsweek, October 11, 1965.
  • "A World Money Plan". Newsweek, October 25, 1965.
  • "Dilemma of Foreign Aid". Newsweek, November 8, 1965.
  • "Great Society's Cost". Newsweek, November 22, 1965.
  • "The Development of Economic Thought". National Review, November 30, 1965.
  • "The Effort of Everyman". The Freeman, December 1965.
  • "Garroting by Guideline". Newsweek, December 6, 1965.
  • "Fifty Billion to Play With? The Fear of Fiscal Drag". National Review, December 14, 1965.
  • "Fixing Interest Rates". Newsweek, December 20, 1965.


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