Reforming a Defense Industry Rife with Socialism, Industrial Policy, and Excessive Regulation

By Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 421. December 20, 2001.

Limiting Government through Direct Democracy: The Case of State Tax and Expenditure Limitations

By Michael J. New. Policy Analysis No. 420. December 13, 2001.

Help Passenger Rail by Privatizing Amtrak

By Joseph Vranich and Edward L. Hudgins. Policy Analysis No. 419. November 1, 2001.

Report from Havana: Time for a Reality Check on U.S. Policy toward Cuba

By Jonathan Clarke and William Ratliff. Policy Analysis No. 418. October 31, 2001.

Election Reform, Federalism, and the Obligations of Voters

By John Samples. Policy Analysis No. 417. October 23, 2001.

Simplifying Federal Taxes: The Advantages of Consumption-Based Taxation

By Chris Edwards. Policy Analysis No. 416. October 17, 2001.

The Corporate Welfare Budget: Bigger Than Ever

By Stephen Slivinski. Policy Analysis No. 415. October 10, 2001.

The Arizona Scholarship Tax Credit: Giving Parents Choices, Saving Taxpayers Money

By Carrie Lips and Jennifer Jacoby. Policy Analysis No. 414. September 17, 2001.

Assessing the Term Limits Experiment: California and Beyond

By Patrick Basham. Policy Analysis No. 413. August 31, 2001.

How FDA Regulation and Injury Litigation: Cripple the Medical Device Industry

By Charles A. Homsy. Policy Analysis No. 412. August 28, 2001.

Medical Savings Accounts: Progress and Problems under HIPAA

By Victoria Craig Bunce. Policy Analysis No. 411. August 8, 2001.

Broadband Deployment and the Digital Divide: A Primer

By Wayne A. Leighton. Policy Analysis No. 410. August 7, 2001.

Economic Security: A National Security Folly?

By Donald Losman. Policy Analysis No. 409. August 1, 2001.

Why Canning “Spam” Is a Bad Idea

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 408. July 26, 2001.

More Government for All: How Taxpayers Subsidize Anti-Tax Cut Advocacy

By John Samples, Christopher Yablonski and Ivan G. Osorio. Policy Analysis No. 407. July 10, 2001.

California’s Electricity Crisis: What’s Going On, Who’s to Blame, and What to Do

By Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren. Policy Analysis No. 406. July 3, 2001.

The Antitrust Terrible 10: Why the Most Reviled “Anti-competitive” Business Practices Can Benefit Consumers in the New Economy

By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 405. June 28, 2001.

The Birth of the Property Rights Movement

By Steven J. Eagle. Policy Analysis No. 404. June 26, 2001.

The Case against Capital Controls: Financial Flows, Crises, and the Flip Side of the Free-Trade Argument

By Christopher A. Hartwell. Policy Analysis No. 403. June 14, 2001.

Why Policymakers Should Ignore Public Opinion Polls

By Robert Weissberg. Policy Analysis No. 402. May 29, 2001.

Needless Entanglements: Washington’s Expanding Security Ties in Southeast Asia

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 401. May 24, 2001.

Pistol Whipped: Baseless Lawsuits, Foolish Laws

By Robert A. Levy. Policy Analysis No. 400. May 9, 2001.

Reducing a Common Danger: Improving Russia’s Early-Warning System

By Geoffrey Forden. Policy Analysis No. 399. May 3, 2001.

Fiscal Analysis of a $500 Federal Education Tax Credit to Help Millions, Save Billions

By Darcy Ann Olsen, Carrie Lips and Dan Lips. Policy Analysis No. 398. May 1, 2001.

Waist Deep in the Balkans and Sinking: Washington Confronts the Crisis in Macedonia

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 397. April 30, 2001.