Fixing What Ain’t Broke: The Renewed Call for Conscription

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 351. August 31, 1999.

Warrior Cops: The Ominous Growth of Paramilitarism in American Police Departments

By Diane Cecilia Weber. Briefing Paper No. 50. August 26, 1999.

The U.S. Antidumping Law: Rhetoric versus Reality

By Brink Lindsey. Trade Policy Analysis No. 7. August 16, 1999.

Corporate Welfare for Weapons Makers: The Hidden Costs of Spending on Defense and Foreign Aid

By William D. Hartung. Policy Analysis No. 350. August 12, 1999.

Chile’s Private Pension System at 18: Its Current State and Future Challenges

By L. Jacobo Rodríguez. Social Security Choice Paper No. 17. July 30, 1999.

Mr. Smith, Welcome to Washington

By Roger Pilon. Briefing Paper No. 49. July 30, 1999.

The U.S. Postal Service War on Private Mailboxes and Privacy Rights

By Rick Merritt. Briefing Paper No. 48. July 30, 1999.

Trade and the Transformation of China: The Case for Normal Trade Relations

By Daniel Griswold, Ned Graham, Robert Kapp, & Nicholas Lardy. Trade Briefing Paper No. 5. July 19, 1999.

Letter Responding to Rep. Gillmor’s Call for Proposals on FCC Reform

By Solveig Singleton. White Paper. July 9, 1999.

Special Operations Military Training Abroad and Its Dangers

By John Rudy and Ivan Eland. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 53. June 22, 1999.

Gambling America: Balancing the Risks of Gambling and Its Regulation

By Guy Calvert. Policy Analysis No. 349. June 18, 1999.

Social Security Reform Proposals: USAs, Clawbacks, and Other Add-Ons

By Darcy Ann Olsen. Briefing Paper No. 47. June 11, 1999.

Replacing Potemkin Capitalism: Russia’s Need for a Free-Market Financial System

By Kurt Schuler and George Selgin. Policy Analysis No. 348. June 7, 1999.

Restoring the Boundary: Tort Law and the Right to Contract

By Michael I. Krauss. Policy Analysis No. 347. June 3, 1999.

Speed Doesn’t Kill: The Repeal of the 55-MPH Speed Limit

By Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 346. May 31, 1999.

Blunder in the Balkans: The Clinton Administration’s Bungled War against Serbia

By Christopher Layne. Policy Analysis No. 345. May 20, 1999.

Old Wine in New Bottles: The Pentagon’s East Asia Security Strategy Report

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 344. May 18, 1999.

The State Spending Spree of the 1990s

By Dean Stansel and Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 343. May 13, 1999.

Self-Regulation: Regulatory Fad or Market Forces?

By Solveig Singleton. White Paper. May 7, 1999.

The Increasing Sustainability of Conventional Energy

By Robert L. Bradley Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 341. April 22, 1999.

Is Readiness Overrated? Implications for a Tiered Readiness Force Structure

By James L. George. Policy Analysis No. 342. April 19, 1999.

The Steel ‘Crisis’ and the Costs of Protectionism

By Brink Lindsey, Daniel Griswold, and Aaron Lukas. Trade Briefing Paper No. 4. April 16, 1999.

In Praise and Criticism of Mexico’s Pension Reform

By L. Jacobo Rodríguez. Policy Analysis No. 340. April 14, 1999.

Speaking the Truth about Social Security Reform

By Milton Friedman. Briefing Paper No. 46. April 12, 1999.

Sports Pork: The Costly Relationship between Major League Sports and Government

By Raymond J. Keating. Policy Analysis No. 339. April 5, 1999.