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

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

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

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

Speaking the Truth about Social Security Reform

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

Bank Regulation: Will Regulators Catch Up with the Market?

By Randall S. Kroszner. Briefing Paper No. 45. March 12, 1999.

The Costs of Reducing Carbon Emissions: An Examination of Administration Forecasts

By Peter Van Doren. Briefing Paper No. 44. March 11, 1999.

The Perils of Government Investing

By Michael D. Tanner. Briefing Paper No. 43. December 1, 1998.

The Myth of Superiority of American Encryption Products

By Henry B. Wolfe. Briefing Paper No. 42. November 12, 1998.

Term Limits and the Republican Congress: The Case Strengthens

By Aaron Steelman. Briefing Paper No. 41. October 28, 1998.

The Working Poor and Social Security Privatization: Restoring the Opportunity to Save

By Carrie Lips. Briefing Paper No. 40. September 29, 1998.

Union Workers Should Support Social Security Privatization

By Michael D. Tanner. Briefing Paper No. 39. September 7, 1998.

Greater Financial Security for Women with Personal Retirement Accounts

By Darcy Ann Olsen. Briefing Paper No. 38. July 20, 1998.

Silicon Valley versus Corporate Welfare

By T.J. Rodgers. Briefing Paper No. 37. April 27, 1998.

ATM Surcharges and the Expansion of Consumer Choice

By John Charles Bradbury. Briefing Paper No. 36. March 19, 1998.

The Specter of Pervasiveness: Pacifica, New Media, and Freedom of Speech

By Jonathan D. Wallace. Briefing Paper No. 35. February 12, 1998.

The Fast Track to Freer Trade

By Daniel Griswold. Briefing Paper No. 34. October 30, 1997.

Internet Domain Names: Privatization, Competition, and Freedom of Expression

By Milton Mueller. Briefing Paper No. 33. October 16, 1997.

Anti-dumping Laws Trash Supercomputer Competition

By Christopher M. Dumler. Briefing Paper No. 32. October 14, 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.

Money, Politics, and the First Amendment

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

The Value of Welfare: Cato vs. CBPP

By Michael D. Tanner and Naomi Lopez. Briefing Paper No. 27. June 12, 1996.

The Establishment Strikes Back: Medical Savings Accounts and Adverse Selection

By Peter J. Ferrara. Briefing Paper No. 26. April 4, 1996.

What Would a School Voucher Buy? The Real Cost of Private Schools

By David Boaz and R. Morris Barrett. Briefing Paper No. 25. March 26, 1996.

“V” Is Not for Voluntary

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