Deficits and Taxes: Federal Budget and Fiscal Policy in the 1980’s

By Thomas S. McCaleb. Policy Analysis No. 45. December 19, 1984.

The Rapid Deployment Force: The Few, the Futile, the Expendable

By David Isenberg. Policy Analysis No. 44. November 8, 1984.

The Mondale Tax and Budget Plan

By David R. Burton. Policy Analysis No. 43. October 26, 1984.

The Federal Election Commission: A Case for Abolition

By Mary Meehan. Policy Analysis No. 42. October 23, 1984.

The Tightening Grip of the Poverty Trap

By Arthur Laffer. Policy Analysis No. 41. August 30, 1984.

The First Amendment Versus Municipal Regulation of Cable Television

By William E. Lee. Policy Analysis No. 40. August 7, 1984.

Indexation and the Inflation Tax

By Michael R. Baye and Dan Black. Policy Analysis No. 39. July 12, 1984.

Value and Opportunity: The Issue of Comparable Pay for Comparable Worth

By Deborah Walker. Policy Analysis No. 38. May 31, 1984.

Reagan, National Security, and the First Amendment: Plugging Leaks by Shutting Off the Main

By Frederick W. Whatley. Policy Analysis No. 37. May 8, 1984.

The Price-Anderson Act: Is It Consistent with a Sound Energy Policy?

By Barry Brownstein. Policy Analysis No. 36. April 17, 1984.

The United States in Lebanon: A Case for Disengagement

By Sheldon L. Richman. Policy Analysis No. 35. April 3, 1984.

Cable Television: An Unnatural Monopoly

By Clint Bolick. Policy Analysis No. 34. March 13, 1984.

The Myth of Government Job Creation

By Thomas J. DiLorenzo. Policy Analysis No. 48. February 19, 1984.

Efficiency and Adjustment: The Impact of Railroad Deregulation

By Michael W. Babcock. Policy Analysis No. 33. January 31, 1984.

Taking America for a Ride: The Politics of Motorcycle Tariffs

By Daniel B. Klein. Policy Analysis No. 32. January 12, 1984.

Panic in Silicon Valley: The Semiconductor Industry’s Cry for Help

By Scott Palmer. Policy Analysis No. 31. December 21, 1983.

Tedious Fraud: Reagan’s Farm Policy and the Politics of Agricultural Marketing Orders

By Michael McMenamin. Policy Analysis No. 30. December 6, 1983.

The Military Industrial Firm — Private Enterprise Revised

By John E. Ullmann. Policy Analysis No. 29. November 9, 1983.

The WPPSS Default: Not the Only Off-Budget Boondoggle

By James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo. Policy Analysis No. 28. October 14, 1983.

The Farming of Washington: How U.S. Agricultural Policies Affect the American Farm

By Don Doig. Policy Analysis No. 27. August 24, 1983.

Are American Schools Working? Disturbing Cost and Quality Trends

By Edwin G. West. Policy Analysis No. 26. August 9, 1983.

Forecasting The Economy: Do Presidents Get It Right?

By Randolph H. Boehm. Policy Analysis No. 25. June 30, 1983.

Deficits and the Economy

By Joe Stilwell. Policy Analysis No. 24. May 26, 1983.

The Causes and Risks of Excessive Foreign Lending

By Mark Hulbert. Policy Analysis No. 23. April 20, 1983.

He Who Pays the Piper: Federal Funding Of Research

By Don Doig. Policy Analysis No. 22. March 17, 1983.