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Hans F. Sennholz

Hans F. Sennholz

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Jobs are Moving Abroad

    Published 07 July 2005 | viewed 4,070 times

    Outsourcing - the business practice of moving operations and jobs to other countries - undoubtedly is the crucial issue of the European Union. Facing Union-wide…

  • Inflation Breeds Many Evils

    Published 20 June 2005 | viewed 7,833 times

    Many people know how to earn money, but few are aware of what the Federal Reserve System, acting on behalf of the U.S. Government, is…

  • Does the Future Belong to China?

    Published 30 May 2005 | viewed 3,955 times

    "China is on a rising path and America welcomes the emergence of a strong and peaceful and prosperous China." This tactful remark by President Bush…

  • Dark Clouds Over Europe

    Published 08 May 2005 | viewed 7,428 times

    At a meeting in Lisbon in 2001 the leaders of the European Union proudly proclaimed that the Union would become, by 2010, "the most competitive…

  • Women, Work and Wages

    Published 29 March 2005 | viewed 3,838 times

    It is said that women have more good sense than men, that they have more heart and more imagination, more wisdom and virtue. And yet,…

  • Economic Opportunities are Waning

    Published 28 January 2005 | viewed 4,065 times

    Most Americans still believe that their country offers more opportunities for economic success and advancement than any other country on earth. They are convinced that…

  • A New Economic Elite

    Published 18 January 2005 | viewed 3,417 times

    Washington think tank informs us that the average annual compensation of the top 100 chief executives amounts to an astonishing $37.5 million, which is 1000…

  • Shades of the Dollar Standard

    Published 29 December 2004 | viewed 4,151 times

    If the love of money is the root of all evil, the depreciation of money must be the mainspring of all shams and frauds. It…

  • More Guns and Butter

    Published 01 December 2004 | viewed 3,427 times

    Medicare was born in 1966 when the war in Vietnam was escalating relentlessly, costing the lives of more than 15,000 American soldiers during the year.…

  • Whither Social Security?

    Published 22 November 2004 | viewed 3,212 times

    An old English saying perfectly applies to election promises made by the Presidential candidates: "Vows made in a storm are forgotten in calms." The loser…

  • Bubbles in Real Estate

    Published 12 November 2004 | viewed 3,261 times

    With stock prices down considerably since 2001 and apparently heading lower, many Americans have taken a liking to real estate. They have bought homes in…

  • In Another Cold War

    Published 03 October 2004 | viewed 3,003 times

    For most people, religion provides a code of conduct by which individuals may judge their actions and a frame of reference by which they relate…

  • Deep in Debt, Deep in Danger

    Published 10 September 2004 | viewed 3,870 times

    In a question-and-answer period, a professor of economics responds to student questions about disturbing reports of excessive spending and dangerous levels of debt. The Federal…

  • American Jobs are Going Abroad

    Published 30 August 2004 | viewed 3,690 times

    Prosperity usually is the first theme of politics. It is rather unpredictable in the never ending sequence of economic boom and recession and yet so…

  • In Search of the Lesser Evil

    Published 27 August 2004 | viewed 2,779 times

    Most Americans who are unschooled in political and economic thought should have no trouble in the coming election. They may vote for candidates who, in…

  • Why is the Country so Divided?

    Published 22 August 2004 | viewed 2,927 times

    Politics, as a practice, always has been the competition of men and women for power. Some may seek power to do good, others because it…

  • A Quicksand of Debt

    Published 18 June 2004 | viewed 2,347 times

    "Out of debt out of danger" is an old proverb that says it all. It applies to personal debt as well as to the liabilities…

  • Democracy Does Not Beget Prosperity

    Published 23 May 2004 | viewed 2,214 times

    A recent report by the World Commission on the Social Dimension of Globalization, sponsored by the International Labour Organization, is long on pious advice and…

  • Inflation or Deflation?

    Published 03 March 2004 | viewed 3,148 times

    Most American economists are singing "Happy days are here again." The stock market is up, business profits are rising, and commodity prices are going through…

  • Free Elections in Iraq

    Published 13 February 2004 | viewed 2,156 times

    It is the intention of the Bush Administration to transfer executive and legislative power to a new Iraqi government, elected through some kind of democratic…