U.S. Sanctions against Burma: A Failure on All Fronts

By Leon T. Hadar. Trade Policy Analysis No. 1. March 26, 1998.

New Asylum Laws: Undermining an American Ideal

By Michele Pistone. Policy Analysis No. 299. March 24, 1998.

ATM Surcharges and the Expansion of Consumer Choice

By John Charles Bradbury. Briefing Paper No. 36. March 19, 1998.

Money and School Performance: Lessons from the Kansas City Desegregation Experiment

By Paul Ciotti. Policy Analysis No. 298. March 16, 1998.

Flawed Democracies: The Dubious Political Credentials of NATO’s Proposed New Members

By Thomas M. Magstadt. Policy Analysis No. 297. March 6, 1998.

Microsoft and the Browser Wars: Fit to Be Tied

By Robert A. Levy. Policy Analysis No. 296. February 19, 1998.

The Specter of Pervasiveness: Pacifica, New Media, and Freedom of Speech

By Jonathan D. Wallace. Briefing Paper No. 35. February 12, 1998.

Nato Expansion Flashpoint No. 3: Kaliningrad

By Stanley Kober. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 46. February 11, 1998.

Privacy as Censorship: A Skeptical View of Proposals to Regulate Privacy in the Private Sector

By Solveig Singleton. Policy Analysis No. 295. January 22, 1998.

Homeschooling: Back to the Future?

By Isabel Lyman. Policy Analysis No. 294. January 7, 1998.

The Mounting Case for Privatizing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac

By Vern McKinley. Policy Analysis No. 293. December 29, 1997.

The Inherent Flaws of HUD

By Howard Husock. Policy Analysis No. 292. December 22, 1997.

IOLTA: Interest without Principle

By Charles E. Rounds Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 291. December 18, 1997.

Restoring Health Freedom: The Case for a Universal Tax Credit for Health Insurance

By Sue A. Blevins. Policy Analysis No. 290. December 12, 1997.

The National Sales Tax: Who Bears the Burden?

By Gilbert E. Metcalf. Policy Analysis No. 289. December 8, 1997.

Nato Expansion Flashpoint No. 2: The Border between Hungary and Serbia

By Ted Galen Carpenter and Pavel Kislitsyn. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 45. November 24, 1997.

Replace FDA Regulation of Medical Devices with Third-Party Certification

By Noel D. Campbell. Policy Analysis No. 288. November 12, 1997.

ISTEA: A Poisonous Brew for American Cities

By Randal O’Toole. Policy Analysis No. 287. November 5, 1997.

The Fast Track to Freer Trade

By Daniel Griswold. Briefing Paper No. 34. October 30, 1997.

The High Cost of NATO Expansion: Clearing the Administration’s Smoke Screen

By Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 286. October 29, 1997.

The Advancing Nanny State: Why the Government Should Stay Out of Child Care

By Darcy Ann Olsen. Policy Analysis No. 285. October 23, 1997.

Fighting Back: Crime, Self-Defense, and the Right to Carry a Handgun

By Jeffrey R. Snyder. Policy Analysis No. 284. October 22, 1997.

Internet Domain Names: Privatization, Competition, and Freedom of Expression

By Milton Mueller. Briefing Paper No. 33. October 16, 1997.

Anti-dumping Laws Trash Supercomputer Competition

By Christopher M. Dumler. Briefing Paper No. 32. October 14, 1997.

Nato Expansion Flashpoint No. 1: The Border between Poland and Belarus

By Ted Galen Carpenter and Andrew Stone. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 44. September 16, 1997.