Fat Cats and Thin Kittens: Are People Who Make Large Campaign Contributions Different?
By John McAdams and John C. Green. Briefing Paper No. 76. September 25, 2002.
How Far Can Hollywood Go to Protect Copyrights?
By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. and Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 40. September 23, 2002.
Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors: 2002
By Stephen Moore and Stephen Slivinski. Policy Analysis No. 454. September 20, 2002.
Saving Lives or Wasting Resources? The Federal Mine Safety and Health Act
By C. Gregory Ruffennach. Policy Analysis No. 453. September 19, 2002.
10 Reasons to Oppose Virginia Sales Tax Increases
By Chris Edwards and Peter J. Ferrara. Briefing Paper No. 75. September 18, 2002.
Human Bar Code: Monitoring Biometric Technologies in a Free Society
By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 452. September 17, 2002.
Personal Accounts in a Down Market: How Recent Stock Market Declines Affect the Social Security Reform Debate
By Andrew G. Biggs. Briefing Paper No. 74. September 10, 2002.
Campaign Finance Regulation: Lessons from Washington State
By Michael J. New. Briefing Paper No. 73. September 5, 2002.
Election 2002 and the Problems of American Democracy
By John Samples and Patrick Basham. Policy Analysis No. 451. September 5, 2002.
Liberating Teachers: Toward Market Competition in Teacher Representation
By Myron Lieberman. Policy Analysis No. 450. August 28, 2002.
Sustainable Development: A Dubious Solution in Search of a Problem
By Jerry Taylor. Policy Analysis No. 449. August 26, 2002.
Government Financing of Campaigns: Public Choice and Public Values
By John Samples. Policy Analysis No. 448. August 26, 2002.
Perspectives on the President’s Commission to Strengthen Social Security
By Andrew G. Biggs. Social Security Choice Paper No. 27. August 22, 2002.
Did Enron Pillage California?
By Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren. Briefing Paper No. 72. August 22, 2002.
The Globalization of Human Well-Being
By Indur M. Goklany. Policy Analysis No. 447. August 22, 2002.
How Constitutional Corruption Has Led to Ideological Litmus Tests for Judicial Nominees
By Roger Pilon. Policy Analysis No. 446. August 6, 2002.
The HDTV Fiasco Gets Worse: TV Set and Cable Mandates On the Way
By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 39. August 5, 2002.
The Looming Trade War over Plant Biotechnology
By Ronald A. Bailey. Trade Policy Analysis No. 18. August 1, 2002.
Unsavory Bedfellows: Washington’s International Partners in the War on Drugs
By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 71. August 1, 2002.
190 Internet Censors? Rising Global Threats to Online Speech
By Adam D. Thierer. TechKnowledge No. 38. July 26, 2002.
Caught in the Seamless Web: Does the Internet’s Global Reach Justify Less Freedom of Speech?
By Robert Corn-Revere. Briefing Paper No. 71. July 24, 2002.
By Kurt Schuler. Policy Analysis No. 445. July 16, 2002.
Escaping IDEA: Freeing Parents, Teachers, and Students through Deregulation and Choice
By Marie Gryphon and David F. Salisbury. Policy Analysis No. 444. July 10, 2002.
Runaway Corporations: Political Band-Aids vs. Long-Term Solutions
By Veronique de Rugy. Tax and Budget Bulletin No. 9. July 1, 2002.
The New Homeland Security Apparatus: Impeding the Fight against Agile Terrorists
By Eric R. Taylor. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 70. June 26, 2002.