Tag Archives: The New York Times

Column on What’s With Social Security?

What’s With Social Security? Tibor R. Machan When shortly after I arrived on these shores I got my first job as an usher in a cinema in Philadelphia, back in the fall of 1956, I asked about the deduction from … Continue reading

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Column on Serious Flaws of Egalitarianism

Some Serious Flaws of Egalitarianism Tibor R. Machan Egalitarianism teaches that everyone deserves to be treated with equal consideration and respect. Mostly this is meant to stress how everyone should be provided (as a matter of public policy) with basic … Continue reading

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Column on Big Guns for Statism

Big Guns for Statism Tibor R. Machan Since some federal judges have ruled against the constitutionality of Obamacare, there has been a bit of panic in the ranks of defenders of American statism. Thus, for example, Harvard Law School’s Lawrence … Continue reading

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