Journal

2004 W⁠i⁠n⁠t⁠er Journal

By: The James Madison Institute / March 1, 2004

The James Madison Institute

Journal

March 1, 2004

Message from the Publisher – J. Stanley Marshall
Cover Story
Is There a Problem with Florida’s Tax Structure? – Randall G. Holcombe

Florida’s tax structure is better than that of most states, and is the basis of our state’s economic stability.
Articles
Torts and Terrorists – Charles M. Trippe

Trial lawyers are eyeing the attacks of September 11 as thenext cash cow, according to a prominent member of the Jacksonville Bar Association.

What Your Professors Won’t Tell You: Why Diversity Stops at the Classroom Door – Katherine A. Kersten

A member of the Baby Boom generation deconstructs intellectual conformity in higher education.

Save the Environment, Free the Markets: A Book Review of Eco-nomics: What Everyone Should Know about Economics and the Environment – Emily E. Eineman

Richard Stroup’s book reveals the interconnectedness of freemarkets and environmental protection.