The Poison of Professional Politics

By Mark P. Petracca. Policy Analysis No. 151. May 10, 1991.

Government Loans for the Soviet Union: A Disservice to U.S. Taxpayers and Soviets Alike

By Karen LaFollette. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 8. April 26, 1991.

Secretary Kemp and the Housing Policy Shell Game

By Cassandra Chrones Moore. Briefing Paper No. 12. April 16, 1991.

Intelsat and the Separate System Policy: Toward Competitive International Telecommunications

By Milton Mueller. Policy Analysis No. 150. March 21, 1991.

U.S.-Japanese Security Relations: Adjusting to Change

By Christopher A. Preble. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 7. March 14, 1991.

How Rising Tax Burdens Can Produce Recession

By William C. Dunkelberg and John Skorburg. Policy Analysis No. 148. February 21, 1991.

Judging the 1991 Reform Effort: Do U.S. Banks Have a Future?

By Catherine England. Policy Analysis No. 149. February 12, 1991.

The Profligate President: A Midterm Review of George Bush’s Fiscal Policy Performance

By Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 147. February 4, 1991.

Slower Is Better: The New Postal Service

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 146. February 1, 1991.

What Now for U.S. Energy Policy? A Free-Market Perspective

By Robert L. Bradley Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 145. January 29, 1991.

The Volunteer Military: Better than a Draft

By Doug Bandow. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 6. January 8, 1991.

Time for Congress to Vote on the Issue of War in the Gulf

By Christopher Layne and Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 5. December 14, 1990.

Long-Term Care: Why a New Entitlement Program Would Be Wrong

By Peter J. Ferrara. Policy Analysis No. 144. December 13, 1990.

Why Trade Retaliation Closes Markets and Impoverishes People

By Jim Powell. Policy Analysis No. 143. November 20, 1990.

Arabian Nightmares: Washington’s Persian Gulf Entanglement

By Christopher Layne and Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 142. November 9, 1990.

Term Limitation: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

By John H. Fund. Policy Analysis No. 141. October 30, 1990.

Do We Need to Go to War For Oil?

By David R. Henderson. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 4. October 24, 1990.

Banking on Poverty: An Insider’s Look at the World Bank

By Michael H. K. Irwin. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 3. September 20, 1990.

The Collision Course on Textile Quotas

By Thomas Grennes. Policy Analysis No. 140. September 12, 1990.

Aiding Eastern Europe: The Leveraged Harm of “Leveraged Aid”

By Melanie S. Tammen. Policy Analysis No. 139. September 10, 1990.

The Rise of the Middle Eastern Bogeyman: Toward Post-Cold-War Interventionism

By Leon T. Hadar. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 2. September 5, 1990.

Ending the Free Airplane Rides of Infants: A Myopic Method of Saving Lives

By Richard B. McKenzie and Dwight R. Lee. Briefing Paper No. 11. August 30, 1990.

The Perils of Managed Trade

By Susan W. Liebeler and Michael S. Knoll. Policy Analysis No. 138. August 29, 1990.

Subsidies to the Arts: Cultivating Mediocrity

By Bill Kauffman. Policy Analysis No. 137. August 8, 1990.

Uncle Sam, Rock ‘N’ Roll, and Higher Education

By Charles Sykes. Policy Analysis No. 136. July 25, 1990.