Posts by Carl P. Close
Carl P. Close is a Research Fellow and former Executive Editor for Acquisitions and Content at the Independent Institute and former Assistant Editor of The Independent Review.
Beyond Politics Exposes the Roots of Government Failure
Fisker Karma: Solyndra on Wheels?
How Van Halen Explains the U.S. Constitution’s Third Amendment
Can Big Government Be Rolled Back?
The Hidden Premise of Big, Intrusive Government
Essential Fall Reading from The Independent Review
George Selgin’s Good Money Now in Paperback
Bolivia’s San Pedro Prison: A Model for Reform?
The Benefits and Hazards of Crisis Economics
Debt Deal Denouement
Spending Cuts Are More Effective for Deficit Reduction
Dodd-Frank: One Year Later, the Bailout Dilemma Remains
Mario Vargas Llosa’s Intellectual Journey
Book Champions Market-Based Law and Justice
Summer 2011 Issue of The Independent Review Now Available. Discuss.
Totalitarian Art
Budget Cut Not as Historically Significant as Claimed
The Fed as the U.S. Economy’s New Central Planner
Bruce Benson Discusses His Book Property Rights
Hayek versus the 2010 Healthcare and Financial Industry Reforms
The Independent Review—Spring 2011 Issue Now Available
The Matchmakers of Predatory Politics
Scholars Shed Light on Enviro-Econ Wars
This Week in The Lighthouse: Road to Recovery | Nobel Prize | Obama’s Wars | Runaway Defense Spending
Sweden’s Leftists Angered by Mario Vargas Llosa’s Nobel Prize in Literature

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