James Buchanan


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Noun1.James Buchanan - 15th President of the United States (1791-1868)James Buchanan - 15th President of the United States (1791-1868)
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James Buchanan is the only president to not have a wife while in office.
Thornbridge's export manager James Buchanan said: "I wish we could have come to Birmingham sooner - we always have a great time at the Birmingham Beer Bash.
Thornbridge export manager James Buchanan said: "I wish we could have come to Birmingham sooner - we always have a great time at the Birmingham Beer Bash.
From publishing trends in 2017, it seems like James Buchanan might be the official "recently deceased economist" of The Age of Trump.
James Buchanan was a friend of mine, and I am a great admirer of his academic work.
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Her chief villain on this score is James Buchanan, an economist and political philosopher who argued that government actors ought to be subject to built-in structural constraints.
My speech title derives from a brilliant lecture from my teacher James Buchanan.
That was the year that James Buchanan became the president of the United States, and the year that John Wood took the first known photograph of a U.
All of this is apparently a proper if not essential part of American democracy, but not the writings of James Buchanan and other public choice scholars, and certainly not conservative or libertarian foundations that would financially support such research and writing, even if their multi-million dollar donations are a mere pittance compared to the funding of the Left.
Having just steeped myself in the life of James Buchanan, I am quite sceptical that a long ride in government jobs automatically prepares anyone to lead an unwieldy nation like ours.
On our Facebook page, James Buchanan said: "Family have an uncanny knack of pleading poverty and then expecting bailouts.