Briefing Paper

88. Show Me the Money! Dividend Payouts after the Bush Tax Cut, by Stephen Moore and Phil Kerpen (October 11, 2004)

87. The Republican Spending Explosion, by Veronique de Rugy (March 3, 2004)

86. School Choice in the District of Columbia: Saving Taxpayers Money, Increasing Opportunities for Children, by Casey J. Lartigue Jr (September 19, 2003)

85. Smallpox and Bioterrorism: Why the Plan to Protect the Nation Is Stalled and What to Do, by William J. Bicknell, M.D and Kenneth D. Bloem (September 5, 2003)

84. The Benefits of Campaign Spending, by John J. Coleman (September 4, 2003)

83. Proposition 13 and State Budget Limitations: Past Successes and Future Options , by Michael J. New (June 19, 2003)

82. Failing by a Wide Margin: Methods and Findings in the 2003 Social Security Trustees Report, by Andrew G. Biggs (April 22, 2003)

81. Lessons from Florida: School Choice Gives Increased Opportunities to Children with Special Needs, by David Salisbury (March 20, 2003)

80. States Face Fiscal Crunch after 1990s Spending Surge, by Chris Edwards, Stephen Moore, and Phil Kerpen (February 12, 2003)

79. Is America Exporting Misguided Telecommunications Policy? The U.S.-Japan Telecom Trade Negotiations and Beyond, by Motohiro Tsuchiya and Adam Thierer (January 7, 2003)

78. This Is Reform? Predicting the Impact of the New Campaign Financing Regulations, by Patrick Basham (November 20, 2002)

77. Corporate Accounting Congress and FASB Ignore Business Realities, by T. J. Rodgers (October 25, 2002)

76. Fat Cats and Thin Kittens Are People Who Make Large Campaign Contributions Different?, by John McAdams and John C. Green (September 25, 2002)

75. 10 Reasons to Oppose Virginia Sales Tax Increases, by Chris Edwards and Peter Ferrara (September 18, 2002)

74. Personal Accounts in a Down Market: How Recent Stock Market Declines Affect the Social Security Reform Debate, by Andrew Biggs (September 10, 2002)

73. Campaign Finance Regulation: Lessons from Washington State, by Michael J. New (September 5, 2002)

72. Did Enron Pillage California?, by Jerry Taylor and Peter VanDoren (August 22, 2002)

71. Caught in the Seamless Web: Does the Internet's Global Reach Justify Less Freedom of Speech?, by Robert Corn-Revere (July 24, 2002)

70. Farm Subsidies at Record Levels As Congress Considers New Farm Bill by Chris Edwards and Tad DeHaven (October 18, 2001)

69. Watching You: Systematic Federal Surveillance of Ordinary Americans by Charlotte Twight (October 17, 2001)

68. The Failed Critique of Personal Accounts by Peter Ferrara (October 8, 2001)

67. Lessons from Vermont: 132-Year-Old Voucher Program Rebuts Critics by Libby Sternberg (September 10, 2001)

66. Lessons from Maine: Education Vouchers for Students since 1873 by Frank Heller (September 10, 2001)

65. Internet Privacy and Self-Regulation: Lessons from the Porn Wars by Tom W. Bell (August 9, 2001)

64. It's the Spending, Stupid! Understanding Campaign Finance in the Big-Government Era by Patrick Basham (July 18, 2001)

63. A 10-Point Agenda for Comprehensive Telecom Reform by Adam Thierer (May 8, 2001)

62. Corrupting Charity: Why Government Should Not Fund Faith-Based Charities by Michael Tanner (March 22, 2001)

61. Disparate Impact: Social Security and African Americans by Michael Tanner (February 5, 2001)

60. Public Opinion and Campaign Finance: A Skeptical Look at Senator McCain's Claims by David M. Primo (January 31, 2001)

59. Lessons of Election 2000 by John Samples, Tom G. Palmer, and Patrick Basham (January 2, 2001)

58. Will the Net Turn Car Dealers into Dinosaurs? State Limits on Auto Sales Online by Solveig Singleton (July 25, 2000)

57. Legislative Malpractice: Misdiagnosing Patients' Rights by Greg Scandlen (April 7, 2000)

56. "We Own the Night" Amadou Diallo's Deadly Encounter with New York City's Street Crimes Unit by Timothy Lynch (March 31, 2000)

55. The Archer-Shaw Social Security Plan: Laying the Groundwork for Another S&L Crisis by Andrew G. Biggs (February 16, 2000)

54. Nameless in Cyberspace: Anonymity on the Internet by Jonathan D. Wallace (December 8, 1999)

53. The Case against a Tennessee Income Tax by Stephen Moore and Richard Vedder (November 1, 1999)

52. Too Big to Fail?: Long-Term Capital Management and the Federal Reserve by Kevin Dowd (September 23, 1999)

51. Strong Cryptography: The Global Tide of Change by Arnold G. Reinhold (September 17, 1999)

50. Warrior Cops: The Ominous Growth of Paramilitarism in American Police Departments by Diane Cecilia Weber (August 26, 1999)

49. Mr. Smith, Welcome to Washington by Roger Pilon (July 30, 1999)

48. The U.S. Postal Service War on Private Mailboxes and Privacy Rights by Rick Merritt (July 30, 1999)

47. Social Security Reform Proposals: USAs, Clawbacks, and Other Add-Ons, by Darcy Ann Olsen (June 11, 1999)

46. Speaking the Truth about Social Security Reform, by Milton Friedman (April 12, 1999)

45. Bank Regulation: Will Regulators Catch Up with the Market? by Randall S. Kroszner (March 12, 1999)

44. The Costs of Reducing Carbon Emissions: An Examination of Administration Forecasts, by Peter VanDoren (March 11, 1999)

43. The Perils of Government Investing, by Michael Tanner (December 1, 1998)

42. The Myth of Superiority of American Encryption Products, by Henry B. Wolfe (November 12, 1998)

41. Term Limits and the Republican Congress, by Aaron Steelman (October 27, 1998)

40. The Working Poor and Social Security Privatization, by Carrie Lips (September 29, 1998)

39. Union Workers Should Support Social Security Privatization, by Michael Tanner (September 7, 1998)

38. Greater Financial Security for Women with Personal Retirement Accounts, by Darcy Olsen (July 20, 1998)

37. Silicon Valley versus Corporate Welfare, by T.J. Rogers (April 27, 1998)

36. ATM Surcharges and the Expansion of Consumer Choice, by John Charles Bradbury (March 19, 1998)

35. The Specter of Pervasiveness: Pacifica, New Media, and Freedom of Speech, by Jonathan D. Wallace (February 12, 1998)

34. The Fast Track to Freer Trade, by Daniel T. Griswold (October 30, 1997)

33. Internet Domain Names: Privatization, Competition, and Freedom of Expression, by Milton L. Mueller (October 16, 1997)

32. Anti-dumping Laws Trash Supercomputer Competition, by Christopher M. Dumler (October 14, 1997)

31. Campaign Reform: Let's Not Give Politicians the Power to Decide What We Can Say about Them, by Douglas Johnson and Mike Beard (July 4, 1997)

30. Money, Politics, and the First Amendment, by Major Garrett (June 19, 1997)

29. Reforming Universal Service: Competitive Bidding or Consumer Choice, by Peter K. Pitsch (May 7, 1997)

28. Federal Aid to Dependent Corporations: Clinton and Congresss Fail to Eliminate Business Subsidies, by Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel (May 1, 1997)

27. The Value of Welfare: Cato vs. CBPP, by Michael Tanner and Naomi Lopez (June 12, 1996)

26. The Establishment Strikes Back: Medical Savings Accounts and Adverse Selection, by Peter Ferrara (April 4, 1996)

25. What Would a School Voucher Buy? The Real Cost of Private Schools, by David Boaz and R. Morris Barrett (March 26, 1996)

24. "V" is Not for Voluntary, by Robert Corn-Revere (August 3, 1995)

23. Public Schools: Make Them Private, by Milton Friedman (June 23, 1995)

22. Temporizing on Term Limits: The Speaker Likes 12 Years, Not 6, by James Bond (February 7, 1995)

21. An Antidote to Federal Red Ink: Term Limits, by Stephen Moore and Aaron Steelman (November 3, 1994)

20. Missouri's Hancock II Amendment: The Case for Real Reform, by Dean Stansel (October 17, 1994)

19. Patient Power: The Cato Institute's Plan for Health Care Reform, by Brink Lindsey (October 4, 1993)

18. Are Quality Circles Illegal? Global Competition Meets the New Deal, by Charles W. Baird (February 10, 1993)

17. The Davis-Bacon Act: Let's Bring Jim Crow to an End, by David Bernstein (January 18, 1993)

16. Super Boondoggle: Time to Pull the Plug on the Superconducting Super Collider, by Kent Jeffreys (May 26, 1992)

15. A Consumer's Guide to Taxes: How Much Do You Really Pay in Taxes? by George Nastas and Stephen Moore (April 15, 1992)

14. Why Political Scientists Oppose Term Limits, by Mark P. Petracca (February 18, 1992)

13. Our Next Criminal Class: Milk Bootleggers, by James Bovard (June 14, 1991)

12. Secretary Kemp and the Housing Policy Shell Game, by Cassandra Chrone Moore (April 16, 1991)

11. Ending the Free Airplane Rides of Infants: A Myopic Method of Saving Lives, by Richard B. McKenzie and Dwight R. Lee (August 30, 1990)

10. Market Squabbles: SEC v. CFTC, by Charles M. Seeger (June 13, 1990)

(Note: There are no studies in the Briefing Papers series before #10).