Independent Review, Spring 2020 Issue Contents


Reconsidering the Classics of Political Economy *
Robert M. Whaples

Today’s Relevance of Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations
Donald J. Boudreaux

Malthus Was Not a Malthusian
J. Daniel Hammond

Karl Marx Was a Public-Choice Theorist
Michael C. Munger

Reconsidering Weber’s The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism
Virgil Henry Storr, Solomon Stein

Reconsidering Frank Knight’s Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit
Ross B. Emmett

The Keynes Perplex
William N. Butos

Mises’s Human Action and Its Place in Science and Intellectual Culture
Peter J. Boettke

A Vision for a Dynamic World: Reading Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy for Today
John T. Dalton, Andrew J. Logan

Why Didn’t Galbraith Convince Us That America Is an Affluent Society?
Robert M. Whaples

The Naked Emperor: Politics without Romance in The Calculus of Consent
William F. Shughart II, Arthur R. Wardle

The Economy of Cities: Jane Jacobs’s Overlooked Economic Classic
Sanford Ikeda

The Mirage of Democratic Excesses: Hayek’s Law, Legislation, and Liberty
Leonidas Zelmanovitz

Elinor Ostrom’s Governing the Commons: Institutional Diversity, Self-Governance, and Tragedy Diverted
Roberta Q. Herzberg