Laissez Faire City

Some articles on laissez faire, city, laissez faire city, laissez:

Laissez Faire Books
... Laissez Faire Books (LFB) is an online bookseller that was originally based in New York City when it first opened in 1972 ... From 1982 until 2007, Laissez Faire Books operated as a division of two separate non-profit corporations, the Center for Independent Thought from 1982 to ... In March 2011, Agora Financial acquired Laissez Faire Books ...
James Orlin Grabbe - Life in Costa Rica - Laissez Faire Electronic Times
... In January 2002, Grabbe resigned as editor of the City Times and started a new weekly online newspaper, Laissez Faire Electronic Times, sponsored by the newly operational DMT ... In October 2001, he separated himself from connections to the Laissez Faire City project, which ended in spring 2002 ... As a consequence of the closure of Laissez Faire City, its participants dispersed and services to the group of initial users of DMT were discontinued ...
Laissez-faire Racism
... Laissez-Faire Racism (a.k.a ... Laissez-faire racists claim to support equality while maintaining negative, stereotypical beliefs about minorities ... Katherine Tarca writes that laissez-faire racism is the belief, stated or implied through actions, that one can end racial inequality and discrimination ...
Ashish Gulhati - Security and Privacy
... In 1999, he was involved with Laissez Faire City, where he developed Laissez Faire City's OpenPGP compatible messaging engine, and also deployed ...
James Orlin Grabbe - Life in Costa Rica - Laissez Faire City Times
... to edit an online weekly newspaper called the Laissez Faire City Times ... The newspaper was loosely connected to the Laissez Faire City project based in Costa Rica ... The Laissez Faire City Times grew in prominence, with many of its articles quoted and referenced by others, some even by mainstream media and academic papers ...

Famous quotes containing the words laissez faire, city and/or faire:

    The scope of modern government in what it can and ought to accomplish for its people has been widened far beyond the principles laid down by the old “laissez faire” school of political rights, and the widening has met popular approval.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    God the first garden made, and the first city Cain.
    Abraham Cowley (1618–1667)

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    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)