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It's the Spending, Stupid! Understanding Campaign Finance in the Big-
Government Era by Patrick Basham (July 18, 2001)
A 10-Point Agenda for Comprehensive Telecom Reform by Adam D. Thierer
(May 8, 2001)
Corrupting Charity: Why Government Should Not Fund Faith-Based
Charities by Michael Tanner (March 22, 2001)
Disparate Impact: Social Security and African Americans by Michael Tanner
(February 5, 2001)
Public Opinion and Campaign Finance: A Skeptical Look at Senator
McCain's Claims by David M. Primo (January 31, 2001)
Lessons of Election 2000 by John Samples, Tom G. Palmer, and Patrick
Basham (January 2, 2001)
Will the Net Turn Car Dealers into Dinosaurs? State Limits on Auto Sales
Online by Solveig Singleton (July 25, 2000)
Legislative Malpractice: Misdiagnosing Patients' Rights by Greg Scandlen
(April 7, 2000)
"We Own the Night": Amadou Diallo's Deadly Encounter with New York
City's Street Crimes Unit by Timothy Lynch (March 31, 2000)
The Archer-Shaw Social Security Plan: Laying the Groundwork for Another
S&L Crisis by Andrew G. Biggs (February 16, 2000)
Nameless in Cyberspace: Anonymity on the Internet by Jonathan D. Wallace
(December 8, 1999)
The Case against a Tennessee Income Tax by Stephen Moore and Richard
Vedder (November 1, 1999)
Too Big to Fail? Long-Term Capital Management and the Federal
Reserve by Kevin Dowd (September 23, 1999)
Strong Cryptography: The Global Tide of Change by Arnold G. Reinhold
(September 17, 1999)
Warrior Cops: The Ominous Growth of Paramilitarism in American
Police Departments by Diane Cecilia Weber (August 26, 1999)
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