The Greatest Century That Ever Was: 25 Miraculous Trends of the Past 100 Years
By Stephen Moore and Julian L. Simon. Policy Analysis No. 364. December 15, 1999.
How and Why to Privatize Federal Lands
By Terry L. Anderson, Vernon L. Smith and Emily Simmons. Policy Analysis No. 363. December 9, 1999.
Milking the Sacred Cow: A Case for Eliminating the Federal Dairy Program
By Kevin McNew. Policy Analysis No. 362. December 1, 1999.
Imperial Overreach: Washington’s Dubious Strategy to Overthrow Saddam Hussein
By David Isenberg. Policy Analysis No. 360. November 17, 1999.
Smart Growth at the Federal Trough: EPA’s Financing of the Anti-Sprawl Movement
By Peter Samuel and Randal O’Toole. Policy Analysis No. 361. November 4, 1999.
The Rise of Worker Capitalism
By Richard Nadler. Policy Analysis No. 359. November 1, 1999.
Executive Orders and National Emergencies: How Presidents Have Come to “Run the Country” by Usurping Legislative Power
By William J. Olson and Alan Woll. Policy Analysis No. 358. October 28, 1999.
Faulty Justifications and Ominous Prospects: NATO’s “Victory” in Kosovo
By Christopher Layne. Policy Analysis No. 357. October 25, 1999.
Energy Efficiency: No Silver Bullet for Global Warming
By Jerry Taylor. Policy Analysis No. 356. October 20, 1999.
Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention: Illusory Benefits and Nasty Side Effects
By Eric R. Taylor. Policy Analysis No. 355. October 18, 1999.
The Community Reinvestment Act: Looking for Discrimination That Isn’t There
By George J. Benston. Policy Analysis No. 354. October 6, 1999.
Grave Robbers: The Moral Case against the Death Tax
By Edward J. McCaffery. Policy Analysis No. 353. October 4, 1999.
Microsoft Redux: Anatomy of a Baseless Lawsuit
By Robert A. Levy. Policy Analysis No. 352. September 30, 1999.
Fixing What Ain’t Broke: The Renewed Call for Conscription
By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 351. August 31, 1999.
Corporate Welfare for Weapons Makers: The Hidden Costs of Spending on Defense and Foreign Aid
By William D. Hartung. Policy Analysis No. 350. August 12, 1999.
Gambling America: Balancing the Risks of Gambling and Its Regulation
By Guy Calvert. Policy Analysis No. 349. June 18, 1999.
Replacing Potemkin Capitalism: Russia’s Need for a Free-Market Financial System
By Kurt Schuler and George Selgin. Policy Analysis No. 348. June 7, 1999.
Restoring the Boundary: Tort Law and the Right to Contract
By Michael I. Krauss. Policy Analysis No. 347. June 3, 1999.
Speed Doesn’t Kill: The Repeal of the 55-MPH Speed Limit
By Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 346. May 31, 1999.
Blunder in the Balkans: The Clinton Administration’s Bungled War against Serbia
By Christopher Layne. Policy Analysis No. 345. May 20, 1999.
Old Wine in New Bottles: The Pentagon’s East Asia Security Strategy Report
By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 344. May 18, 1999.
The State Spending Spree of the 1990s
By Dean Stansel and Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 343. May 13, 1999.
The Increasing Sustainability of Conventional Energy
By Robert L. Bradley Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 341. April 22, 1999.
Is Readiness Overrated? Implications for a Tiered Readiness Force Structure
By James L. George. Policy Analysis No. 342. April 19, 1999.
In Praise and Criticism of Mexico’s Pension Reform
By L. Jacobo Rodríguez. Policy Analysis No. 340. April 14, 1999.