Amtrak at Twenty-Five: End of the Line for Taxpayer Subsidies

By Jean Love, Wendell Cox and Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 266. December 19, 1996.

Why Spy? The Uses and Misuses of Intelligence

By Stanley Kober. Policy Analysis No. 265. December 12, 1996.

How to Treat the Costs of Shared Voice and Video Networks in a Post-Regulatory Age

By Alfred Kahn. Policy Analysis No. 264. November 27, 1996.

EPA’s Cancer Risk Guidelines: Guidance to Nowhere

By Michael Gough and Steven J. Milloy. Policy Analysis No. 263. November 12, 1996.

Beyond the Communications Decency Act: Constitutional Lessons of the Internet

By Solveig Bernstein. Policy Analysis No. 262. November 4, 1996.

Supply-Side Tax Cuts and the Truth about the Reagan Economic Record

By William A. Niskanen and Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 261. October 22, 1996.

Time Bomb: The Escalation of U.S. Security Commitments in the Persian Gulf Region

By Barbara Conry. Policy Analysis No. 258. September 29, 1996.

Uncle Sam as Investment Banker: The Failure of Washington’s Overseas Enterprise Funds

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 260. September 19, 1996.

Tax Cuts and Balanced Budgets: Lessons from the States

By Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel. White Paper. September 17, 1996.

The Political Revolution that Wasn’t: Why Term Limits Are Needed Now More Than Ever

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 259. September 5, 1996.

The World Bank’s Procurement Myth

By John G. Thibodeau. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 43. September 4, 1996.

The Domino Theory Reborn: Clinton’s Bosnia Intervention and the “Wider War” Thesis

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 42. August 15, 1996.

Public Opinion and Social Security Privatization

By Michael D. Tanner. Social Security Choice Paper No. 5. August 6, 1996.

Privatizing Social Security: A Big Boost for the Poor

By Michael D. Tanner. Social Security Choice Paper No. 4. July 26, 1996.

A Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors: 1996

By Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel. Policy Analysis No. 257. July 26, 1996.

Feminist Jurisprudence: Equal Rights or Neo-Paternalism?

By Michael Weiss and Cathy Young. Policy Analysis No. 256. June 19, 1996.

Red Phoenix Rising? Dealing with the Communist Resurgence in Eastern Europe

By Roger Fontaine. Policy Analysis No. 255. June 13, 1996.

The Value of Welfare: Cato vs. CBPP

By Michael D. Tanner and Naomi Lopez. Briefing Paper No. 27. June 12, 1996.

Smoke And Mirrors: The Clinton-Hashimoto Summit

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 41. May 16, 1996.

How Corporate Welfare Won: Clinton and Congress Retreat from Cutting Business Subsidies

By Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel. Policy Analysis No. 254. May 15, 1996.

A Miasma of Corruption: The United Nations at 50

By Stefan Halper. Policy Analysis No. 253. April 30, 1996.

Market Opening or Corporate Welfare? “Results-Oriented” Trade Policy Toward Japan

By Scott Latham. Policy Analysis No. 252. April 15, 1996.

Social Security: Facing the Facts

By Mark Weinberger. Social Security Choice Paper No. 3. April 10, 1996.

Instinct for the Capillary: The Clinton Administration’s Foreign Policy “Successes”

By Jonathan Clarke. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 40. April 5, 1996.

The Establishment Strikes Back: Medical Savings Accounts and Adverse Selection

By Peter J. Ferrara. Briefing Paper No. 26. April 4, 1996.