Who Let the Dogs Out at Scientific American?
By Patrick J. Michaels. Cato.org. January 17, 2002.
Senator Daschle’s Odd Theory of Interest Rates
By Alan Reynolds. Cato.org. January 16, 2002.
By Tomas Larsson. Cato.org. January 15, 2002.
Overthrow Saddam? Be Careful What You Wish For
By Ted Galen Carpenter. Cato.org. January 14, 2002.
Import Curbs Would Delay Reforms, Hurting Consumers and Steel Users
By Daniel J. Ikenson. Detroit News. January 13, 2002.
Campaign Finance Folly
By Patrick Basham and John Samples. Cato.org. January 12, 2002.
CDC National Vaccination Plan Is Flawed
By Veronique de Rugy. Atlanta Journal-Constitution. January 10, 2002.
Preschool is No Answer
By David F. Salisbury. USA Today. January 10, 2002.
European Union Tax Cartel Is Bad for U.S. Economy
By Veronique de Rugy. Cato.org. January 10, 2002.
How Argentina Got Into This Mess
By Brink Lindsey. The Wall Street Journal. January 9, 2002.
Should America’s Arab Friends Take Over the West Bank?
By Leon T. Hadar. Cato.org. January 9, 2002.
MSAs Get a Second Look
By Tom Miller. Health Care News. January 8, 2002.
Japan Takes a Modest Step Toward Global Security
By Ted Galen Carpenter. Cato.org. January 8, 2002.
Sugar Program Brings Bitter Taste to Holiday Season
By Daniel Griswold. Cato.org. January 7, 2002.
Push Property Rights
By Hernando de Soto. Cato.org. January 6, 2002.
By Steve H. Hanke. National Post. January 5, 2002.
Free to Choose the Smallpox Vaccine
By J. Donald Millar. Cato.org. January 4, 2002.
Listening to the barking dogs: property law against poverty in the non-West1
By Hernando de Soto. Focaal - European Journal of Anthropology. January 1, 2002.