The Coming Trans-Atlantic Trade Tussle

Cato.org. December 13, 2000.

Going Alone on Economic Sanctions Hurts U.S. More than Foes

TCSdaily.com. November 27, 2000.

FAIR Ads Unfairly Blame Immigrants for Urban Sprawl, Traffic Jams

Knight-Ridder. October 5, 2000.

Senator Hollings Aims at Germany, Hits United States

Cato.org. September 16, 2000.

The Blessings and Challenges of Globalization

Cato.org. September 1, 2000.

Enroll Buchanan in Economics 101

The Wall Street Journal. August 24, 2000.

Who Gets Credit for America’s Great Economy?

Cato.org. August 17, 2000.

Whatever Happened to “the Giant Sucking Sound”?

Cato.org. June 6, 2000.

Economic Policy Institute Publishes Flawed China Job-Loss Estimates

Cato.org. May 19, 2000.

WTO Membership Good for California, U.S. Economy

San Diego Union-Tribune. April 16, 2000.

WTO Critics Trade Away Truth for a Sound Bite

Cato.org. January 2, 2000.

Bringing Economic Sanity to Agricultural Trade

Cato.org. December 2, 1999.

A Rising Trade Deficit Signals Good Times for U.S. Economy

Cato.org. September 1, 1999.

Steel Quotas Will Strangle Economic Opportunity

Journal of Commerce. May 11, 1999.

U.S. Steel Makers Tough Enough to Thrive Without Quotas

Bridge News. April 7, 1999.

America Today Mixes Trade and Prosperity

Cato.org. February 17, 1999.

Few in Congress Support Trade Free of Barriers and Subsidies

Cato.org. February 5, 1999.

Protectionism Hurts Consumers

Cato.org. February 4, 1999.

The U.S. Government’s No-Win War on Imported Steel

Cato.org. February 1, 1999.

Peace On Earth, Free Trade For Men

Cato.org. December 31, 1998.

A Global Intervention Crisis

Journal of Commerce. November 12, 1998.

Industry Sets Steel Trap for U.S. Economy

Cato.org. October 20, 1998.

The Success of NAFTA

freetrade.org. July 1, 1998.

Trade Deficits Don’t Mean Lost Jobs

freetrade.org. July 1, 1998.

Exporting Fair Play With a Global Investment Treaty

World Trade. June 17, 1998.