I suspect that when most folks think of science fiction, they equate it with paperback-of-the-month books filled with formulaic space battles against poorly-conceived and luridly drawn alien beings, or with the handwringing humanity-is-a-virus dystopianism, anti-technological paranoia, and silly socialist utopianism which has permeated SF over the past several decades. Regrettably, they would be justified in this opinion. It would be a shame [...]
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Free market economist Milton Friedman dead at 94 Despite having grown up in the 1980s, during the height of his public influence, I only discovered Friedman last year as part of the LPR “Defenders of Capitalism” curriculum. “Free to Choose” is one of those great books that, when you read it for the first time, [...]