Escaping IDEA: Freeing Parents, Teachers, and Students through Deregulation and Choice
By Marie Gryphon and David F. Salisbury. Policy Analysis No. 444. July 10, 2002.
Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Preserving Our Liberties While Fighting Terrorism
By Tim Lynch. Policy Analysis No. 443. June 26, 2002.
Empty Promises: Why the Bush Administration’s Half-Hearted Attempts at Defense Reform Have Failed
By David Isenberg and Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 442. June 11, 2002.
Online Travel Services: The Antitrust Assault on Orbitz—and on Consumers
By James V. DeLong. Policy Analysis No. 441. June 4, 2002.
There Goes the Neighborhood: The Bush-Ashcroft Plan to “Help” Localities Fight Gun Crime
By Gene Healy. Policy Analysis No. 440. May 28, 2002.
Building Leverage in the Long War: Ensuring Intelligence Community Creativity in the Fight against Terrorism
By James W. Harris. Policy Analysis No. 439. May 16, 2002.
Policing Pirates in the Networked Age
By Stan Liebowitz. Policy Analysis No. 438. May 15, 2002.
Restraining State Attorneys General, Curbing Government Lawsuit Abuse
By Michael DeBow. Policy Analysis No. 437. May 10, 2002.
Pakistan in America’s War against Terrorism: Strategic Ally or Unreliable Client?
By Leon T. Hadar. Policy Analysis No. 436. May 8, 2002.
Welfare Reform That Works: Explaining the Welfare Caseload Decline, 1996-2000
By Michael J. New. Policy Analysis No. 435. May 7, 2002.
Responding to the Threat of Smallpox Bioterrorism: An Ounce of Prevention Is Best Approach
By Veronique de Rugy and Charles V. Peña. Policy Analysis No. 434. April 18, 2002.
Arbitration under Assault: Trial Lawyers Lead the Charge
By Stephen J. Ware. Policy Analysis No. 433. April 18, 2002.
FDIC Reform: Don’t Put Taxpayers Back at Risk
By George G. Kaufman. Policy Analysis No. 432. April 16, 2002.
International Tax Competition: A 21st-Century Restraint on Government
By Chris Edwards and Veronique de Rugy. Policy Analysis No. 431. April 12, 2002.
Fighting the War against Terrorism: Elite Forces, Yes; Conscripts, No
By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 430. April 10, 2002.
Old Folly in a New Disguise: Nation Building to Combat Terrorism
By Gary Dempsey. Policy Analysis No. 429. March 21, 2002.
Befriending Saudi Princes: A High Price for a Dubious Alliance
By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 428. March 20, 2002.
Should the United States “Weaponize” Space? Military and Commercial Implications
By Charles V. Peña and Edward L. Hudgins. Policy Analysis No. 427. March 18, 2002.
The Effect of Campaign Finance Laws on Electoral Competition: Evidence from the States
By Thad Kousser and Ray LaRaja. Policy Analysis No. 426. February 14, 2002.
A Plan to Liquidate Amtrak
By Joseph Vranich, Cornelius Chapman and Edward L. Hudgins. Policy Analysis No. 425. February 8, 2002.
Time to Overhaul Federal Energy R&D
By Ronald J. Sutherland and Jerry Taylor. Policy Analysis No. 424. February 7, 2002.
Are Our Troops Ready for Biological and Chemical Attacks?
By Eric R. Taylor. Policy Analysis No. 467. February 5, 2002.
The Digital Dirty Dozen: The Most Destructive High-Tech Legislative Measures of the 107th Congress
By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. and Adam D. Thierer. Policy Analysis No. 423. February 4, 2002.
Evaluating the Case for Renewable Energy: Is Government Support Warranted?
By Jerry Taylor and Peter Van Doren. Policy Analysis No. 422. January 10, 2002.
Reforming a Defense Industry Rife with Socialism, Industrial Policy, and Excessive Regulation
By Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 421. December 20, 2001.