Arrogance of Power Reborn: The Imperial Presidency and Foreign Policy in the Clinton Years

By Gene Healy. Policy Analysis No. 389. December 13, 2000.

Reclaiming Our Schools: Increasing Parental Control of Education through the Universal Education Credit

By Darcy Ann Olsen and Matthew J. Brouillette. Policy Analysis No. 388. December 13, 2000.

“Edupreneurs:” A Survey of For-Profit Education

By Carrie Lips. Policy Analysis No. 386. November 20, 2000.

Microsoft’s Appealing Case

By Robert A. Levy and Alan Reynolds. Policy Analysis No. 385. November 9, 2000.

Are We Prepared for Terrorism Using Weapons of Mass Destruction? Government’s Half Measures

By Eric R. Taylor. Policy Analysis No. 387. November 6, 2000.

A Policy toward Cuba That Serves U.S. Interests

By Philip Peters. Policy Analysis No. 384. November 2, 2000.

More Than Grades: How Choice Boosts Parental Involvement and Benefits Children

By Philip Vassallo. Policy Analysis No. 383. October 26, 2000.

A Foreign Policy Report Card on the Clinton-Gore Administration

By Jonathan Clarke. Policy Analysis No. 382. October 3, 2000.

India as a World Power: Changing Washington’s Myopic Policy

By Victor M. Gobarev. Policy Analysis No. 381. September 11, 2000.

Microsoft’s “Applications Barrier to Entry:” The Missing 70,000 Programs

By Richard B. McKenzie. Policy Analysis No. 380. August 31, 2000.

Open Access Private Interests and the Emerging Broadband Market

By William E. Lee. Policy Analysis No. 379. August 29, 2000.

Four Years of Welfare Reform: A Progress Report

By Lisa E. Oliphant. Policy Analysis No. 378. August 22, 2000.

Facilitating Fraud: How SSDI Gives Benefits to the Able Bodied

By James M. Taylor. Policy Analysis No. 377. August 15, 2000.

Arms Control and Missile Defense: Not Mutually Exclusive

By Charles V. Peña. Policy Analysis No. 376. July 26, 2000.

The Return of the Living Dead: Federal Programs That Survived the Republican Revolution

By Stephen Moore and Stephen Slivinski. Policy Analysis No. 375. July 24, 2000.

Securities Markets Regulation: Time to Move to a Market-Based Approach

By Dale Oesterle. Policy Analysis No. 374. June 21, 2000.

Dubious Anniversary: Kosovo One Year Later

By Christopher Layne and Benjamin Schwarz. Policy Analysis No. 373. June 10, 2000.

12-Hour School Days? Why Government Should Leave Afterschool Arrangements to Parents

By Darcy Ann Olsen. Policy Analysis No. 372. June 7, 2000.

Constitutional and Antitrust Violations of the Multistate Tobacco Settlement

By Thomas C. O’Brien. Policy Analysis No. 371. May 18, 2000.

OSHA’s Ergonomics Litigation Record: Three Strikes and It’s Out

By Eugene Scalia. Policy Analysis No. 370. May 15, 2000.

Green Wars: Making Environmental Degradation a National Security Issue Puts Peace and Security at Risk

By Paul Benjamin. Policy Analysis No. 369. April 20, 2000.

The United States Should Begin Work on a New Bomber Now

By Williamson Murray. Policy Analysis No. 368. March 16, 2000.

Averting a “New Kosovo” in Indonesia: Opportunities and Pitfalls for the United States

By Leon T. Hadar. Policy Analysis No. 367. March 9, 2000.

The Case for Public Access to Federally Funded Research Data

By Michael Gough and Steven J. Milloy. Policy Analysis No. 366. February 2, 2000.

Critiquing Sprawl’s Critics

By Peter Gordon and Harry W. Richardson. Policy Analysis No. 365. January 24, 2000.