Politics and Cynicism Dominate UN Biotech Deliberations

By Henry I. Miller. Cato.org. July 31, 1999.

A “Radical” for the FEC?

By Roger Pilon. Cato.org. July 30, 1999.

Americans Ready to Take a Walk on Social Security

By Andrew G. Biggs. Cato.org. July 29, 1999.

Are U.S. Government Efforts in Counterproliferation Counterproductive?

By Ivan Eland. Cato.org. July 28, 1999.

Al and the Education Factory

By Darcy Ann Olsen. Cato.org. July 27, 1999.

The Real Patient Protection Is Patient Power

By Greg Scandlen. Cato.org. July 23, 1999.

Send the Raptor to Jurassic Park

By Ivan Eland. Cato.org. July 22, 1999.

Another Hillary Recipe?

By Greg Scandlen. Cato.org. July 21, 1999.

Celebrating the Lunar Landing

By Edward L. Hudgins. Washington Times. July 20, 1999.

Risky… or Worthy WTO Bid?

By James A. Dorn. Washington Times. July 18, 1999.

Time to Reform Mexico’s Private Pension Reform

By L. Jacobo Rodríguez. The Wall Street Journal. July 16, 1999.

Poland Moves Toward Pension Freedom

By Andrew G. Biggs. Cato.org. July 15, 1999.

A Snapshot View of a Complex World

By David Boaz. IntellectualCapital.com. July 15, 1999.

Medicare in Red

By Alejandra Arguello Camerlengo. Cato.org. July 14, 1999.

Time to Repeal the Jackson-Vanik Amendment

By James A. Dorn. Journal of Commerce. July 14, 1999.

Global Warming’s Dirty Secret

By Patrick J. Michaels. Washington Times. July 13, 1999.

US-China Trade Relations and Its Impact on Religious Activity in the PRC

By Ned Graham. Cato.org. July 13, 1999.

Summer Reading for the Freedom-Minded

By Doug Bandow. Japan Times. July 12, 1999.

Advancing Human Rights in China

By James A. Dorn. Investor’s Business Daily. July 10, 1999.

Place Your Bets, America

By Guy Calvert. Cato.org. July 9, 1999.

Steeling from steel consumers

By Doug Bandow. Cato.org. July 7, 1999.

Picnics and Politics: Celebrating the Fourth!

By Edward L. Hudgins. Tribune-Review. July 3, 1999.

An Internet Tax Nightmare

By Aaron Lukas. Washington Times. July 2, 1999.

Chairman Archer’s Chilling Legacy

By Carrie Lips. Washington Times. July 1, 1999.

Hong Kong’s Legacy

By James A. Dorn. Journal of Commerce. July 1, 1999.