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Lessons from Florida: School Choice Gives Increased Opportunities to Children
with Special Needs by David F. Salisbury (March 20, 2003)
States Face Fiscal Crunch after 1990s Spending Surge by Chris Edwards, Stephen
Moore, and Phil Kerpen (February 12, 2003)
Is America Exporting Misguided Telecommunications Policy? The U.S.-Japan
Telecom Trade Negotiations and Beyond by Motohiro Tuschiya and Adam Thierer
(January 7, 2003)
This Is Reform? Predicting the Impact of the New Campaign Financing
Regulations by Patrick Basham (November 20, 2002)
Corporate Accounting: Congress and FASB Ignore Business Realities by T. J.
Rodgers (October 25, 2002)
Fat Cats and Thin Kittens: Are People Who Make Large Campaign Contribu-
tions Different? by John McAdams and John C. Green (September 25, 2002)
10 Reasons to Oppose Virginia Sales Tax Increases by Chris Edwards and
Peter Ferrara (September 18, 2002)
Personal Accounts in a Down Market: How Recent Stock Market
Declines Affect the Social Security Reform Debate by Andrew Biggs
(September 10, 2002)
Campaign Finance Regulation: Lessons from Washington State by
Michael J. New (September 5, 2002)
Did Enron Pillage California? by Jerry Taylor and Peter VanDoren (August 22, 2002)
Caught in the Seamless Web: Does the Internet's Global Reach Justify
Less Freedom of Speech? by Robert Corn-Revere (July 24, 2002)
Farm Subsidies at Record Levels As Congress Considers New Farm Bill
by Chris Edwards and Tad De Haven (October 18, 2001)
Watching You: Systematic Federal Surveillance of Ordinary Americans by
Charlotte Twight (October 17, 2001)
The Failed Critique of Personal Accounts by Peter Ferrara (October 8, 2001)
Lessons from Vermont: 32-Year-Old Voucher Program Rebuts Critics by
Libby Sternberg (September 10, 2001)
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