The Nunn-Lugar Act: A Wasteful and Dangerous Illusion

By Rich Kelly. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 39. March 18, 1996.

Hayek’s Terra Incognita of the Mind

By Gary Dempsey. White Paper. March 1, 1996.

Capital Crimes: Political Centers as Parasite Economies

By Richard K. Vedder. Policy Analysis No. 250. February 28, 1996.

The Smog-Reduction Road: Remote Sensing vs. The Clean Air Act

By Daniel B. Klein and Pia Maria Koskenoja. Policy Analysis No. 249. February 7, 1996.

NATO Expansion and the Danger of a Second Cold War

By Stanley Kober. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 38. January 31, 1996.

The Sweet-and-Sour Sino-American Relationship

By Leon T. Hadar. Policy Analysis No. 248. January 23, 1996.

Hayek vs. Asimov: Spontaneous Order or Failed Foundation

By Edward L. Hudgins. White Paper. January 1, 1996.

Privatizing Superfund: How to Clean Up Hazardous Waste

By James V. DeLong. Policy Analysis No. 247. December 18, 1995.

The Medical Monopoly: Protecting Consumers or Limiting Competition?

By Sue A. Blevins. Policy Analysis No. 246. December 15, 1995.

Changing the Way We Do Business in International Relations

By Charles Schmitz. Policy Analysis No. 245. November 8, 1995.

Paternalism and Dependence: The U.S.-Japanese Security Relationship

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 244. November 1, 1995.

Holbrooke Horror: The U.S. Peace Plan for Bosnia

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 37. October 27, 1995.

Mexico: Policy Failure, Moral Hazard, and Market Solutions

By W. Lee Hoskins and James W. Coons. Policy Analysis No. 243. October 10, 1995.

The ABCs of the Capital Gains Tax

By Stephen Moore and John Silvia. Policy Analysis No. 242. October 4, 1995.

Archer Daniels Midland: A Case Study in Corporate Welfare

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 241. September 26, 1995.

The Work Versus Welfare Trade-Off: An Analysis of the Total Level of Welfare Benefits by State

By Michael D. Tanner, Stephen Moore and David Hartman. Policy Analysis No. 240. September 19, 1995.

The Western European Union as NATO’s Successor

By Barbara Conry. Policy Analysis No. 239. September 18, 1995.

Campaign Finance Regulation: Faulty Assumptions and Undemocratic Consequences

By Bradley A. Smith. Policy Analysis No. 238. September 13, 1995.

A National ID System: Big Brother’s Solution to Illegal Immigration

By John J. Miller and Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 237. September 7, 1995.

Whose Pension Is It Anyway? Economically Targeted Investments and the Pension Funds

By Cassandra Chrones Moore. Policy Analysis No. 236. September 1, 1995.

Retiring with Dignity: Social Security vs. Private Markets

By William G. Shipman. Social Security Choice Paper No. 2. August 14, 1995.

Dismantling the Pyramid: The How & Why of Privitizing Social Security

By Karl J. Borden. Social Security Choice Paper No. 1. August 14, 1995.

The United States and Future Bosnias

By Jonathan Clarke. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 36. August 8, 1995.

Wrecking Ball: FDA Regulation of Medical Devices

By Robert Higgs. Policy Analysis No. 235. August 7, 1995.

“V” Is Not for Voluntary

By Robert Corn-Revere. Briefing Paper No. 24. August 3, 1995.