The Independent Review, Summer 2017, Volume 22, Number 1

Articles
New Thinking on Egalitarianism
By Robert M. Whaples

The New Egalitarianism
SUMMARY
By Adam Martin

From Equality and the Rule of Law to the Collapse of Egalitarianism
SUMMARY
By Ryan M. Yonk
James R. Harrigan

The Misuse of Egalitarianism in Society
SUMMARY
By James R. Otteson Jr.

Judeo-Christian Thought, Classical Liberals, and Modern Egalitarianism
SUMMARY
By Peter J. Hill

Egalitarianism, Properly Conceived: We ALL Are “Rawlsekians” Now!
SUMMARY
By Michael C. Munger

The Limits of Redistribution and the Impossibility of Egalitarian Ends
SUMMARY
By Jeremy Jackson
Jeffrey Palm

We’ll Never Be Royals, but That Doesn’t Matter
SUMMARY
By William Arthur Carden
Sarah Estelle
Anne Bradley

Flat Is Fair: American Public Opinion on Taxes and the Myth of Egalitarianism
SUMMARY
By Brian J. Gaines

Should We Be Pushing for More Equality of Income and Wealth?
SUMMARY
By Edward P. Stringham

Inequality: First, Do No Harm
SUMMARY
By Steven G. Horwitz
Vincent Geloso

Incentives and Expectations: Community Relations and Recovery in Tamil Nadu after the Indian Ocean Tsunami
SUMMARY
By Nakul Kumar

Robert D. Tollison: In Memoriam
SUMMARY
By William F. Shughart II


Book Reviews
C.S. Lewis on Politics and the Natural Law
By Justin Buckley Dyer and Micah J. Watson
Reviewed by John Robinson

Escaping Jurassic Government
By Donald F. Kettl
Reviewed by Michael C. Munger

Economics Rules: The Rights and Wrongs of the Dismal Science
By Dani Rodrik
Reviewed by Robert M. Whaples

The Great Tradeoff
By Steven R. Weisman
Reviewed by Lotta Moberg

Self-Control or State Control? You Decide; Arguments for Liberty
By Tom G. Palmer and Jameson Campaigne; Aaron Ross Powell
Reviewed by Michael C. Munger

Etceteras
Moderation in Response to Provocation Is No Vice
By Robert Higgs

Trabajos Contemporáneos en Economía Austriaca

Un muy reciente borrador de Anthony Evans resume las contribuciones y trabajos contemporáneos de economistas austriacos en los últimos años (centrado principalmente en Estados Unidos). Evans incluso sugiere que se puede estar dando un segundo revival de la Escuela Austriaca, donde la nueva generación logra una penetración mayor en la comunidad académica de la economía formal o mainstream. No sólo eso, si no que Evans también sostiene que no es cierto que los economistas austriacos son marginados o que no son capaces de realizar trabajos académicos de calidad. Siguiendo a Evans, ofrezco una mezcla de un resumen de su borrador sobre lo que agrego algunas referencias.

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