Bringing together classical liberal scholars in the Carolinas region.
An interdisciplinary journal focused on government and public policy in North and South Carolina.
Intellectual Diversity and Academic Professionalism
James R. Otteson
Pages: 8 – 19 | First Published: August 2018
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No Free Lunch: How State Map Acts Inadvertently Damage Property Values as They Aim to Lower Road Expenditures
Craig J. Richardson, Russell M. Smith, Joseph Sloop
Pages: 20 – 43 | First Published: August 2018
The Political Economy of Resource Misallocation in the Energy Sector: A Case Study of South Carolina’s V. C. Summer Nuclear Project
Jody W. Lipford
Pages: 44 – 75 | First Published: August 2018
The Political Economy of Craft Beer in North Carolina (and Beyond)
Christopher Koopman, Adam C. Smith
Pages: 76 – 98 | First Published: August 2018
Classical Liberalism’s History, Heritage, and Relevancy to Our Times
Richard M. Ebeling
Pages: 99 – 107 | First Published: August 2018
What Are Economic-Impact Studies Really Measuring?
Pages: 108 – 111 | First Published: August 2018
State Tax Policy and Growth: A Research Note
Peter M. Frank
Pages: 112 – 118 | First Published: August 2018
Bourgeois Equality: How Ideas, Not Capital or Institutions, Enriched the World
Deirdre McCloskey. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 2016. Pp. xlii + 787. $32.12, hardcover
Book Review by: Michael Munger, Duke University
Pages: 119 – 121 | First Published: August 2018
The Complacent Class: The Self-Defeating Quest for the American Dream
Tyler Cowen New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2017. Pp. ix + 241. $28.99, hardcover
Book Review by: Robert Whaples, Wake Forest University
Pages: 122 – 124 | First Published: August 2018
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