The Federal Taxing Power and Organized Crime

Russell Baker
The problem of organized crime presents one of the greatest threats to the stability of our manner of living and to our form of government. In a dictatorship, organized crime, along with all manner of wholesome individual and group activities, .is ruthlessly suppressed. Can a free society such as ours protect itself from those of its members who consciously select crime as a business and make a life outside the…

Regulation of the Movement of Workers: Forced Labor in the United States

Ivan C. Rutledge
The extent of freedom to migrate for employment and the legal protection accorded to it are explored as they relate to migration within the boundaries of the United States. The purpose of this essay is to describe the basic constitutional norms to which controls upon internal movement of workers must conform and to provide a measuring-rod for calculation of policy concerning supplementation of the labor force from abroad.