The Personal Lockbox: A First Step on the Road to Social Security Reform
By Michael D. Tanner. Policy Analysis No. 550. September 13, 2005.
Aging America’s Achilles’ Heel: Medicaid Long-Term Care
By Stephen A. Moses. Policy Analysis No. 549. September 1, 2005.
Medicaid’s Unseen Costs
By Michael F. Cannon. Policy Analysis No. 548. August 18, 2005.
Uncompetitive Elections and the American Political System
By Patrick Basham and Dennis Polhill. Policy Analysis No. 547. June 30, 2005.
Controlling Unconstitutional Class Actions: A Blueprint for Future Lawsuit Reform
By Mark Moller. Policy Analysis No. 546. June 27, 2005.
Treating Doctors as Drug Dealers: The DEA’s War on Prescription Painkillers
By Ronald T. Libby. Policy Analysis No. 545. June 6, 2005.
No Child Left Behind: The Dangers of Centralized Education Policy
By Lawrence A. Uzzell. Policy Analysis No. 544. May 31, 2005.
The Grand Old Spending Party: How Republicans Became Big Spenders
By Stephen Slivinski. Policy Analysis No. 543. May 3, 2005.
Corruption in the Public Schools: The Market Is the Answer
By Neal McCluskey. Policy Analysis No. 542. April 20, 2005.
Flying the Unfriendly Skies: Defending against the Threat of Shoulder-Fired Missiles
By Charles V. Peña. Policy Analysis No. 541. April 19, 2005.
The Affirmative Action Myth
By Marie Gryphon. Policy Analysis No. 540. April 13, 2005.
$400 Billion Defense Budget Unnecessary to Fight War on Terrorism
By Charles V. Peña. Policy Analysis No. 539. March 28, 2005.
Liberating the Roads: Reforming U.S. Highway Policy
By Gabriel Roth. Policy Analysis No. 538. March 17, 2005.
Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors: 2004
By Stephen Moore and Stephen Slivinski. Policy Analysis No. 537. March 1, 2005.
Options for Tax Reform
By Chris Edwards. Policy Analysis No. 536. February 24, 2005.
Robin Hood in Reverse: The Case against Taking Private Property for Economic Development
By Ilya Somin. Policy Analysis No. 535. February 21, 2005.
Peer-to-Peer Networking and Digital Rights Management: How Market Tools Can Solve Copyright Problems
By Michael A. Einhorn and Bill Rosenblatt. Policy Analysis No. 534. February 17, 2005.
Who Killed Telecom? Why the Official Story Is Wrong
By Lawrence Gasman. Policy Analysis No. 533. February 7, 2005.
Health Care in a Free Society: Rebutting the Myths of National Health Insurance
By John Goodman. Policy Analysis No. 532. January 27, 2005.
Making College More Expensive: The Unintended Consequences of Federal Tuition Aid
By Gary Wolfram. Policy Analysis No. 531. January 25, 2005.
Rethinking Electricity Restructuring
By Peter Van Doren and Jerry Taylor. Policy Analysis No. 530. November 30, 2004.
Implementing Welfare Reform: A State Report Card
By Jenifer Zeigler. Policy Analysis No. 529. October 19, 2004.
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Housing Finance: Why True Privatization Is Good Public Policy
By Lawrence J. White. Policy Analysis No. 528. October 7, 2004.
Health Care Regulation: A $169 Billion Hidden Tax
By Christopher J. Conover. Policy Analysis No. 527. October 4, 2004.
Iraq’s Odious Debts
By Patricia Adams. Policy Analysis No. 526. September 28, 2004.