• Heritage Action
  • More
  • 1-3 of 3
  • Backgrounder posted December 8, 1989 by Julian L. "Communism-Capitalism-Economic Developement : Implications for U.S.Economic Assistance Moore, Stephen;"

    (Archived document, may contain errors) 741 December 8,1989 COMMUNISM, CAPI"SM, AND E CONOMIC DEYEXDPMENE IMPLlCAmONS FOR US, EXONOMIC ASSISTANCE INTRODUCTION Dramatic changes unthinkable just a few years ago are shaking socialist nations. Having learned hard lessons about the inefficiency of their economic systems, the peoples of communis t -run nations are…

  • Backgrounder posted July 13, 1984 by Julian L. Treating People as an Asset

    (Archived document, may contain errors) a 367 July 13, 1984 TREATING PEOPLE AS AN ASSET INTRODUCTION Nations Fund for Population Activities at a cost of millions of dollars--much of it coming from U.S. taxpayers--convenes in Mexico City, August 2- 6. Despite the rapidly approaching date neither the U.S. delegation nor the U.S. strategy has been…

  • Backgrounder posted February 1, 1984 by Julian L. Nine Myths About Immigration

    (Archived document, may contain errors) 326 February 1, 1984 NINE MYTHS ABOUT IMMIGRATION Julian L. Simon Senior Fellow INTRODUCTION Immigration is one of the most complicated topics of our times. Society and Congress are struggling with the problem in the form of the Simpson-Mazzoli bill, which is now before the Senate and House S. 529 and H.R. 1510 The issue…

  • 1-3 of 3