The Threat to Independent Education: Public Subsidies and Private Colleges

By Gary Wolfram. Policy Analysis No. 278. August 15, 1997.

With Friends Like These: Why Community Radio Does Not Need the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

By Jesse Walker. Policy Analysis No. 277. July 24, 1997.

Common Objections to a Market-Based Social Security System: A Response

By Melissa Hieger and William G. Shipman. Social Security Choice Paper No. 10. July 22, 1997.

Campaign Reform: Let’s Not Give Politicians the Power to Decide What We Can Say about Them

By Douglas Johnson and Mike Beard. Briefing Paper No. 31. July 4, 1997.

Should Congress Transfer Federal Lands to the States?

By Randal O’Toole. Policy Analysis No. 276. July 3, 1997.

Tobacco Medicaid Litigation: Snuffing Out the Rule of Law

By Robert A. Levy. Policy Analysis No. 275. June 20, 1997.

Money, Politics, and the First Amendment

By Major Garrett. Briefing Paper No. 30. June 19, 1997.

Social Security Privatization: One Proposal

By David Altig and Jagadeesh Gokhale. Social Security Choice Paper No. 9. May 29, 1997.

How Rent Control Drives Out Affordable Housing

By William Tucker. Policy Analysis No. 274. May 21, 1997.

Reforming Universal Service: Competitive Bidding or Consumer Choice

By Peter K. Pitsch. Briefing Paper No. 29. May 7, 1997.

Federal Aid to Dependent Corporations: Clinton and Congress Fail to Eliminate Business Subsidies

By Dean Stansel and Stephen Moore. Briefing Paper No. 28. May 1, 1997.

A Plan for Privatizing Social Security

By Peter J. Ferrara. Social Security Choice Paper No. 8. April 30, 1997.

Help or Hindrance: Can Foreign Aid Prevent International Crises?

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 273. April 25, 1997.

Emancipating America from the Income Tax: How a National Sales Tax Would Work

By David R. Burton and Dan R. Mastromarco. Policy Analysis No. 272. April 15, 1997.

Dereliction of Duty: The Constitutional Record of President Clinton

By Tim Lynch. Policy Analysis No. 271. March 31, 1997.

Chilling the Internet? Lessons from FCC Regulation of Radio Broadcasting

By Thomas W. Hazlett and David W. Sosa. Policy Analysis No. 270. March 19, 1997.

Vouchers and Educational Freedom: A Debate

By Joseph L. Bast, David Harmer, and Douglas Dewey. Policy Analysis No. 269. March 12, 1997.

Regulation in Newspeak: The FCC’s Children’s Television Rules

By Robert Corn-Revere. Policy Analysis No. 268. February 19, 1997.

U.S. “Global Leadership”: A Euphemism for World Policeman

By Barbara Conry. Policy Analysis No. 267. February 5, 1997.

Privatizing Social Security: The $10 Trillion Opportunity

By Martin Feldstein. Social Security Choice Paper No. 7. January 31, 1997.

Federal Aid to Dependent Corporations: Clinton and Congress Fail to Eliminate Business Subsidies

By Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel. White Paper. January 28, 1997.

Privatizing the Social Security Trust Fund? Don’t Let the Government Invest

By Krzysztof M. Ostaszewski. Social Security Choice Paper No. 6. January 14, 1997.

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.