Policy Analysis

528. Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Housing Finance: Why True Privatization Is Good Public Policy, by Lawrence J. White (October 7, 2004)

527. Health Care Regulation: A $169 Billion Hidden Tax, by Christopher J. Conover (October 4, 2004)

526. Iraq's Odious Debts, by Patricia Adams (September 28, 2004)

525. When Ignorance Isn't Bliss: How Political Ignorance Threatens Democracy, by Ilya Somin (September 22, 2004)

524. Three Myths about Voter Turnout in the United States, by John Samples (September 14, 2004)

523. How to Reduce the Cost of Federal Pension Insurance, by Richard A. Ippolito (August 24, 2004)

522. Budget Reforms to Solve New York City's High-Tax Crisis, by Raymond J. Keating (August 17, 2004)

521. Drug Reimportation: The Free Market Solution, by Roger Pilon (August 4, 2004)

520. Understanding Privacy -- and the Real Threats to It, by Jim Harper (August 4, 2004)

519. Nuclear Deterrence, Preventive War, and Counterproliferation, by Jeffrey Record (July 8, 2004)

518. A Lesson in Waste: Where Does All the Federal Education Money Go? by Neal McCluskey (July 7, 2004)

517. Deficits, Interest Rates, and Taxes: Myths and Realities, by Alan Reynolds (June 29, 2004)

516. European Union Defense Policy: An American Perspective, by Leslie S. Lebl (June 24, 2004)

515. Downsizing the Federal Government, by Chris Edwards (June 2, 2004)

514. Can Tort Reform and Federalism Coexist? by Michael I. Krauss and Robert A. Levy (April 14, 2004)

513. South Africa's War against Malaria: Lessons for the Developing World, by Richard Tren and Roger Bate (March 25, 2004)

512. The Syria Accountability Act: Taking the Wrong Road to Damascus, by Claude Salhani (March 18, 2004)

511. Education and Indoctrination in the Muslim World: Is There a Problem? What Can We Do about It? by Andrew Coulson (March 11, 2004)

510. Restoring the U.S. House of Representatives: A Skeptical Look at Current Proposals, by Ronald Keith Gaddie (February 17, 2004)

509. Mrs. Clinton Has Entered the Race: The 2004 Democratic Presidential Candidates’ Proposals to Reform Health Insurance, by Michael F. Cannon (February 5, 2004)

508. Compulsory Licensing vs. the Three "Golden Oldies": Property Rights, Contracts, and Markets , by Robert P. Merges (January 15, 2004)

507. “Net Neutrality” Digital Discrimination or Regulatory Gamesmanship in Cyberspace? by Adam D. Thierer (January 12, 2004)

506. Cleaning Up New York State’s Budget Mess, by Raymond J. Keating (January 7, 2004)

505. Can Iraq Be Democratic? by Patrick Basham (January 5, 2004)

504. The High Costs of Federal Energy Efficiency: Standards for Residential Appliances, by Ronald J. Sutherland (December 23, 2003)

503. Deployed in the U.S.A.: The Creeping Militarization of the Home Front, by Gene Healy (December 17, 2003)

502. Iraq: The Wrong War, by Charles V. Peña (December 15, 2003)

501. Back Door to Prohibition: The New War on Social Drinking, by Radley Balko (December 5, 2003)

500. The Failures of Taxpayer Financing of Presidential Campaigns, by John Samples (November 25, 2003)

499. Mini-Nukes and Preemptive Policy: A Dangerous Combination, by Charles V. Peña (November 19, 2003)

498. Public and Private Rule Making in Securities Markets, by Paul G. Mahoney (November 13, 2003)

497. The Quality of Corporate Financial Statements and Their Auditors before and after Enron, by George J. Benston (November 6, 2003)

496. Bush’s National Security Strategy Is a Misnomer, by Charles V. Peña (October 30, 2003)

495. The Struggle for School Choice Policy after Zelman: Regulation vs. the Free Market , by H. Lillian Omand (October 29, 2003)

494. The Internet Tax Solution: Tax Competition, Not Tax Collusion, by Adam D. Thierer and Veronique de Rugy (October 23, 2003)

493. Keeping the Poor Poor: The Dark Side of the Living Wage, by Carl F. Horowitz (October 21, 2003)

492. Our History of Educational Freedom: What It Should Mean for Families Today, by Marie Gryphon and Emily A. Meyer (October 8, 2003)

491. Threats to Financial Privacy and Tax Competition, by Richard W. Rahn and Veronique de Rugy (October 2, 2003)

490. Defining Democracy Down: Explaining the Campaign to Repeal Term Limits, by Patrick Basham (September 30, 2003)

489. EU Enlargement: Costs, Benefits, and Strategies for Central and Eastern European Countries, by Marian L. Tupy (September 18, 2003)

488. War between the Generations: Federal Spending on the Elderly Set to Explode, by Chris Edwards and Tad DeHaven (September 16, 2003)

487. The Balanced Budget Veto: A New Mechanism to Limit Federal Spending, by Anthony W. Hawks (September 4, 2003)

486. What Does a Voucher Buy? A Closer Look at the Cost of Private Schools, by David F. Salisbury (August 28, 2003)

485. Mending the U.S.–European Rift over the Middle East, by Leon T. Hadar (August 20, 2003)

484. Replacing the Scandal-Plagued Corporate Income Tax with a Cash-Flow Tax, by Chris Edwards (August 14, 2003)

483. Casualties of War: Transatlantic Relations and the Future of NATO in the Wake of the Second Gulf War, by Christopher Layne (August 13, 2003)

482. Property Rights: The Key to Economic Development, by Gerald P. O’Driscoll Jr. and Lee Hoskins (August 7, 2003)

481. The Constitutional Case against "Free" Airtime, by Laurence H. Winer (August 6, 2003)

480. Why Subsidize the Soapbox? The McCain Free Airtime Proposal and the Future of Broadcasting, by John Samples and Adam D. Thierer (August 6, 2003)

479. The Uses and Abuses of Structured Finance, by Barbara T. Kavanagh (July 29, 2003)

478. All the Players at the Table: A Multilateral Solution to the North Korean Nuclear Crisis, by Doug Bandow (June 26, 2003)

477. After Victory: Toward a New Military Posture in the Persian Gulf, by Christopher Preble (June 10, 2003)

476. A Grand Façade: How the Grand Jury Was Captured by Government, by W. Thomas Dillard, Stephen R. Johnson, and Timothy Lynch (May 13, 2003)

475. Demonizing Drugmakers: The Political Assault on the Pharmaceutical Industry, by Doug Bandow (May 8, 2003)

474. Bring the Troops Home: Ending the Obsolete Korean Commitment, by Doug Bandow (May 7, 2003)

473. Welfare Reform: Less Than Meets the Eye, by Michael Tanner (April 1, 2003)

472. Extremist, Nuclear Pakistan: An Emerging Threat? by Subodh Atal (March 5, 2003)

471. Should Congress Repeal Securities Class Action Reform? by Adam C. Pritchard (February 27, 2003)

470. Empire of the Sun: An Economic Interpretation of Enron’s Energy Business, by Christopher L. Culp and Steve H. Hanke (February 20, 2003)

469. Accounting at Energy Firms after Enron: Is the “Cure” Worse Than the “Disease”? by Richard Bassett and Mark Storrie (February 12, 2003)

468. Cigarette Taxes, Black Markets, and Crime: Lessons from New York’s 50-Year Losing Battle, by Patrick Fleenor (February 6, 2003)

467. Are Our Troops Ready for Biological and Chemical Attacks? by Eric R. Taylor (February 5, 2003)

466. True Private Choice: A Practical Guide to School Choice after Zelman v. Simmons-Harris, by Marie Gryphon (February 4, 2003)

465. Is Chinese Military Modernization a Threat to the United States? by Ivan Eland (January 23, 2003)

464. Why the United States Should Not Attack Iraq, by Ivan Eland and Bernard Gourley (December 17, 2002)

463. Reforming the Federal Tax Policy Process, by David R. Burton (December 17, 2002)

462. Human Capital Contracts: "Equity-like" Instruments for Financing Higher Education, by Miguel Palacios (December 16, 2002)

461. The Need for Educational Freedom in the Nation’s Capital, by Casey J. Lartigue Jr (December 10, 2002)

460. Joint Strike Fighter: Can a Multiservice Fighter Program Succeed? by Christopher Preble (December 5, 2002)

459. The Empire Strikes Out: The “New Imperialism” and Its Fatal Flaws, by Ivan Eland (November 26, 2002)

458. Misguided Guidelines: A Critique of Federal Sentencing, by Erik Luna (November 1, 2002)

457. Birth of the Digital New Deal: An Inventory of High-Tech Pork-Barrel Spending, by Adam Thierer, Clyde Wayne Crews Jr and Thomas Pearson (October 28, 2002)

456. Does Cleanliness Lead to Competitiveness? The Failure of Maine’s Experiment with Taxpayer Financing of Campaigns, by Patrick Basham and Martin Zelder (October 16, 2002)

455. International Banking Regulation: Where’s the Market Discipline in Basel II? by L. Jacobo Rodríguez (October 15, 2002)

454. Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors: 2002, by Stephen Moore and Stephen Slivinski (September 20, 2002)

453. Saving Lives or Wasting Resources? The Federal Mine Safety and Health Act, by C. Gregory Ruffennach (September 19, 2002)

452. Human Bar Code: Monitoring Biometric Technologies in a Free Society, by Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. (September 17, 2002)

451. Election 2002 and the Problems of American Democracy, by John Samples and Patrick Basham (September 5, 2002)

450. Liberating Teachers: Toward Market Competition in Teacher Representation, by Myron Lieberman (August 28, 2002)

449. Sustainable Development A Dubious Solution in Search of a Problem, by Jerry Taylor (August 26, 2002)

448. Government Financing of Campaigns: Public Choice and Public Values, by John Samples (August 26, 2002)

447. The Globalization of Human Well-Being, by Indur M. Goklany (August 22, 2002)

446. How Constitutional Corruption Has Led to Ideological Litmus Tests for Judicial Nominees, by Roger Pilon (August 8, 2002)

445. Fixing Argentina, by Kurt Schuler (July 16, 2002)

444. Escaping IDEA: Freeing Parents, Teachers, and Students through Deregulation and Choice, by Marie Gryphon and David Salisbury (July 10, 2002)

443. Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Preserving Our Liberties While Fighting Terrorism, by Timothy Lynch (June 26, 2002)

442. Empty Promises: Why the Bush Administration's Half-Hearted Attempts at Defense Reform Have Failed, by David Isenberg and Ivan Eland (June 11, 2002)

441. Online Travel Services: The Antitrust Assault on Orbitz—and on Consumers, by James V. DeLong (June 4, 2002)

440. There Goes the Neighborhood: The Bush-Ashcroft Plan to "Help" Localities Fight Gun Crime, by Gene Healy (May 28, 2002)

439. Building Leverage in the Long War: Ensuring Intelligence Community Creativity in the Fight against Terrorism, by James W. Harris (May 16, 2002)

438. Policing Pirates in the Networked Age, by Stan Liebowitz (May 15, 2002)

437. Restraining State Attorneys General, Curbing Government Lawsuit Abuse, by Michael DeBow (May 10, 2002)

436. Pakistan in America's War against Terrorism: Strategic Ally or Unreliable Client? by Leon T. Hadar (May 8, 2002)

435. Welfare Reform That Works: Explaining the Welfare Caseload Decline, 1996–2000, by Michael J. New (May 7, 2002)

434. Responding to the Threat of Smallpox Bioterrorism: An Ounce of Prevention Is Best Approach, by Veronique de Rugy and Charles V. Peña (April 18, 2002)

433. Arbitration under Assault: Trial Lawyers Lead the Charge, by Stephen J. Ware (April 18, 2002)

432. FDIC Reform: Don't Put Taxpayers Back at Risk, by George G. Kaufman (April 16, 2002)

431. International Tax Competition: A 21st-Century Restraint on Government, by Chris Edwards and Veronique de Rugy (April 12, 2002)

430. Fighting the War against Terrorism: Elite Forces, Yes; Conscripts, No, by Doug Bandow (April 10, 2002)

429. Old Folly in a New Disguise: Nation Building to Combat Terrorism, by Gary T. Dempsey (March 21, 2002)

428. Befriending Saudi Princes: A High Price for a Dubious Alliance, by Doug Bandow (March 20, 2002)

427. Should the United States "Weaponize" Space? Military and Commercial Implicatons, by Charles V. Peña and Edward L. Hudgins (March 18, 2002)

426. The Effect of Campaign Finance Laws on Electoral Competition: Evidence from the States, by Thad Kousser and Ray LaRaja (February 14, 2002)

425. A Plan to Liquidate Amtrak , by Joseph Vranich, Cornelius Chapman and Edward L. Hudgins (February 8, 2002)

424. Time to Overhaul Federal Energy R&D, by Ronald J. Sutherland and Jerry Taylor (February 7, 2002)

423. The Digital Dirty Dozen: The Most Destructive High-Tech Legislative Measures of the 107th Congress, by Wayne Crews and Adam Thierer (February 4, 2002)

422. Evaluating the Case for Renewable Energy: Is Government Support Warranted? by Jerry Taylor and Peter VanDoren (January 10, 2002)

421. Reforming a Defense Industry Rife with Socialism, Industrial Policy, and Excessive Regulation, by Ivan Eland (December 20, 2001)

420. Limiting Government through Direct Democracy: The Case of State Tax and Expenditure Limitations, by Michael J. New (December 13, 2001)

419. Help Passenger Rail by Privatizing Amtrak, by Joseph Vranich and Edward L. Hudgins (November 1, 2001)

418. Report from Havana: Time for a Reality Check on U.S. Policy toward Cuba, by Jonathan G. Clarke and William Ratliff (October 31, 2001)

417. Election Reform, Federalism, and the Obligations of Voters, by John Samples (October 23, 2001)

416. Simplifying Federal Taxes: The Advantages of Consumption-Based Taxation, by Chris Edwards (October 17, 2001)

415. The Corporate Welfare Budget: Bigger Than Ever, by Stephen Slivinski (October 10, 2001)

414. The Arizona Scholarship Tax Credit: Giving Parents Choices, Saving Taxpayers Money, by Carrie Lips and Jennifer Jacoby (September 17, 2001)

413. Assessing the Term Limits Experiment: California and Beyond, by Patrick Basham (August 31, 2001)

412. How FDA Regulation and Injury Litigation: Cripple the Medical Device Industry, by Charles A. Homsy (August 28, 2001)

411. Medical Savings Accounts: Progress and Problems under HIPAA, by Victoria Craig Bunce (August 8, 2001)

410. Broadband Deployment and the Digital Divide: A Primer, by Wayne A. Leighton (August 7, 2001)

409. Economic Security: A National Security Folly? by Donald Losman (August 1, 2001)

408. Why Canning "Spam" Is a Bad Idea, by Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. (July 26, 2001)

407. More Government for All: How Taxpayers Subsidize Anti–Tax Cut Advocacy, by John Samples, Christopher Yablonski, and Ivan G. Osorio (July 10, 2001)

406. California's Electricity Crisis: What's Going On, Who's to Blame, and What to Do, by Jerry Taylor and Peter VanDoren (July 3, 2001)

405. The Antitrust Terrible 10: Why the Most Reviled "Anti-competitive" Business Practices Can Benefit Consumers in the New Economy, by Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. (June 28, 2001)

404. The Birth of the Property Rights Movement, by Steven J. Eagle (June 26, 2001)

403. The Case against Capital Controls: Financial Flows, Crises, and the Flip Side of the Free-Trade Argument, by Christopher A. Hartwell (June 14, 2001)

402. Why Policymakers Should Ignore Public Opinion Polls, by Robert Weissberg (May 29, 2001)

401. Needless Entanglements: Washington's Expanding Security Ties in Southeast Asia, by Doug Bandow (May 24, 2001)

400. Pistol Whipped: Baseless Lawsuits, Foolish Laws, by Robert A. Levy (May 9, 2001)

399. Reducing a Common Danger: Improving Russia's Early-Warning System, by Geoffrey Forden (May 3, 2001)

398. Fiscal Analysis of a $500 Federal Education: Tax Credit to Help Millions, Save Billions, by Darcy Ann Olsen, Carrie Lips, and Dan Lips (May 1, 2001)

397. Waist Deep in the Balkans and Sinking: Washington Confronts the Crisis in Macedonia, by Ted Galen Carpenter (April 30, 2001)

396. Parent Power: Why National Standards Won't Improve Education, by Sheldon Richman (April 26, 2001)

395. No Confidence: An Unofficial Account of the Waco Incident, by Timothy Lynch (April 9, 2001)

394. Death Knell for NATO? The Bush Administration Confronts the European Security and Defense Policy, by Christopher Layne (April 4, 2001)

393. Making the World Safer for Incumbents: The Consequences of McCain-Feingold-Cochran, by John Samples (March 14, 2001)

392. Toward Market Education: Are Vouchers or Tax Credits the Better Path? by Andrew J. Coulson (February 22, 2001)

391. Fiscal Policy Report Card on America's Governors: 2000, by Stephen Moore and Stephen Slivinski (February 12, 2001)

390. "Big Oil" at the Public Trough? An Examination of Petroleum Subsidies, by Ronald J. Sutherland (February 1, 2001)

389. Arrogance of Power Reborn: The Imperial Presidency and Foreign Policy in the Clinton Years, by Gene Healy (December 13, 2000)

388. Reclaiming Our Schools: Increasing Parental Control of Education through the Universal Education Credit, by Darcy Ann Olsen and Matthew J. Brouillette (December 6, 2000)

387. Are We Prepared for Terrorism Using Weapons of Mass Destruction? Government's Half Measures, by Eric R. Taylor (November 27, 2000)

386. "Edupreneurs": A Survey of For-Profit Education, by Carrie Lips (November 20, 2000)

385. Microsoft's Appealing Case, by Robert A. Levy and Alan Reynolds (November 9, 2000)

384. A Policy toward Cuba That Serves U.S. Interests, by Philip Peters (November 2, 2000)

383. More Than Grades: How Choice Boosts Parental Involvement and Benefits Children, by Philip Vassallo (October 26, 2000)

382. A Foreign Policy Report Card on the Clinton-Gore Administration, by Jonathan G. Clarke (October 3, 2000)

381. India as a World Power: Changing Washington's Myopic Policy, by Victor M. Gobarev (September 11, 2000)

380. Microsoft's "Applications Barrier to Entry": The Missing 70,000 Programs, by Richard McKenzie (August 31, 2000)

379. Open Access, Private Interests, and the Emerging Broadband Market, by William E. Lee (August 29, 2000)

378. Four Years of Welfare Reform: A Progress Report, by Lisa E. Oliphant (August 22, 2000)

377. Facilitating Fraud: How SSDI Gives Benefits to the Able Bodied, by James M. Taylor (August 15, 2000)

376. Arms Control and Missile Defense: Not Mutually Exclusive, by Charles V. Peña (July 26, 2000)

375. The Return of the Living Dead: Federal Programs That Survived the Republican Revolution, by Stephen Moore and Stephen Slivinski (July 24, 2000)

374. Securities Markets Regulation Time to Move to a Market-Based Approach, by Dale Arthur Oesterle (June 21, 2000)

373. Dubious Anniversary: Kosovo: One Year Later, by Christopher Layne and Benjamin Schwarz (June 10, 2000)

372. 12-Hour School Days?: Why Government Should Leave Afterschool Arrangements to Parents, by Darcy Olsen (June 7, 2000)

371. Constitutional and Antitrust Violations of the Multistate Tobacco Settlement, by Thomas C. O'Brien (May 18, 2000)

370. OSHA's Ergonomics Litigation Record: Three Strikes and It's Out, by Eugene Scalia (May 15, 2000)

369. Green Wars: Making Environmental Degradation a National Security Issue Puts Peace and Security at Risk, by Paul Benjamin (April 20, 2000)

368. The United States Should Begin Work on a New Bomber Now, by Williamson Murray (March 16, 2000)

367. Averting a "New Kosovo" in Indonesia: Opportunities and Pitfalls for the United States, by Leon T. Hadar (March 9, 2000)

366. The Case for Public Access to Federally Funded Research Data, by Michael Gough and Steven Milloy (February 2, 2000)

365. Critiquing Sprawl's Critics, by Peter Gordon and Harry Richardson (January 24, 2000)

364. The Greatest Century That Ever Was: 25 Miraculous Trends of the Past 100 Years, by Stephen Moore and Julian L. Simon (December 15, 1999)

363. How and Why to Privatize Federal Lands, by Terry L. Anderson, Vernon L. Smith, and Emily Simmons (December 9, 1999)

362. Milking the Sacred Cow: A Case for Eliminating the Federal Dairy Program, by Kevin McNew (December 1, 1999)

361. Smart Growth at the Federal Trough: EPA's Financing of the Anti-Sprawl Movement, by Peter Samuel and Randal O'Toole (November 24, 1999)

360. Imperial Overreach: Washington's Dubious Strategy to Overthrow Saddam Hussein, by David Isenberg (November 17, 1999)

359. The Rise of Worker Capitalism, by Richard Nadler (November 1, 1999)

358. Executive Orders and National Emergencies: How Presidents Have Come to "Run the Country" by Usurping Legislative Power, by William J. Olson and Alan Woll (October 28, 1999)

357. Faulty Justifications and Ominous Prospects: NATO's “Victory” in Kosovo, by Christopher Layne (October 25, 1999)

356. Energy Efficiency: No Silver Bullet for Global Warming, by Jerry Taylor (October 20, 1999)

355. Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention: Illusory Benefits and Nasty Side Effects, by Eric R. Taylor (October 18, 1999)

354. The Community Reinvestment Act: Looking for Discrimination That Isn't There, by George J. Benston (October 6, 1999)

353. Grave Robbers: The Moral Case against the Death Tax, by Edward J. McCaffery (October 4, 1999)

352. Microsoft Redux: Anatomy of a Baseless Lawsuit, by Robert A. Levy (September 30, 1999)

351. Fixing What Ain't Broke: The Renewed Call for Conscription, by Doug Bandow (August 31, 1999)

350. Corporate Welfare for Weapons Makers The Hidden Costs of Spending on Defense and Foreign Aid , by William Hartung (August 12, 1999)

349. Gambling America: Balancing the Risks of Gambling and Its Regulation, by Guy Calvert (June 18, 1999)

348. Replacing Potemkin Capitalism: Russia's Need for a Free-Market Financial System, by Kurt Schuler and George A. Selgin (June 7, 1999)

347. Restoring the Boundary: Tort Law and the Right to Contract, by Michael I. Krauss (June 3, 1999)

346. Speed Doesn't Kill: The Repeal of the 55-MPH Speed Limit, by Stephen Moore (May 31, 1999)

345. Blunder in the Balkans: The Clinton Administration's Bungled War against Serbia, by Christopher Layne (May 20, 1999)

344. Old Wine in New Bottles: The Pentagon's East Asia Security Strategy Report, by Doug Bandow (May 18, 1999)

343. The State Spending Spree of the 1990s, by Dean Stansel and Stephen Moore (May 13, 1999)

342. Is Readiness Overrated? Implications for a Tiered Readiness Force Structure, by James L. George (April 29, 1999)

341. The Increasing Sustainability of Conventional Energy, by Robert L. Bradley Jr. (April 22, 1999)

340. In Praise and Criticism of Mexico's Pension Reform, by L. Jacobo Rodríguez (April 14, 1999)

339. Sports Pork: The Costly Relationship between Major League Sports and Government, by Raymond J. Keating (April 5, 1999)

338. U.S. Assistance for Market Reforms: Foreign Aid Failures in Russia and the Former Soviet Bloc, by Janine R. Wedel (March 22, 1999)

337. National Missile Defense: Examining the Options, by Charles V. Peña and Barbara Conry (March 16, 1999)

336. Internet Gambling: Popular, Inexorable, and (Eventually) Legal, by Tom W. Bell (March 8, 1999)

335. Cars, Cholera, and Cows: The Management of Risk and Uncertainty, by John Adams (March 4, 1999)

334. Hard Choices: Fighter Procurement in the Next Century, by Williamson Murray (February 26, 1999)

333. Universal Preschool Is no Golden Ticket: Why Government Should Not Enter the Preschool Business, by Darcy Ann Olsen (February 9, 1999)

332. Tilting at Windmills: Post-Cold War Military Threats to U.S. Security, by Ivan Eland (February 8, 1999)

331. Time to Trash Government Intervention in Garbage Service, by Peter M. VanDoren (January 21, 1999)

330. The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: The Costs Outweigh the Benefits, by Kathleen C. Bailey (January 15, 1999)

329. Long Hot Year: Latest Science Debunks Global Warming Hysteria, by Patrick J. Michaels (December 31, 1998)

328. What Term Limits Do that Ordinary Voting Cannot, by Einer Elhauge (December 16, 1998)

327. Rethinking the Dayton Agreement: Bosnia Three Years Later, by Gary T. Dempsey (December 14, 1998)

326. Reviving the Privileges or Immunities Clause to Redress the Balance Among States, Indivdiuals, and the Federal Government, by Kimberly C. Shankman and Roger Pilon (November 23, 1998)

325. Encryption Policy for the 21st Century: A Future without Government-Prescribed Key Recovery, by Solveig Singleton (November 19, 1998)

324. Dismal Science Fictions: Network Effects, Microsoft, and Antitrust Speculation, by Stan Liebowitz and Stephen E. Margolis (October 27, 1998)

323. The Government's War on Mergers: The Fatal Conceit of Antitrust Policy, by William F. Shughart II (October 22, 1998)

322. The Case for a Free Market in Legal Services, by George C. Leef (October 9, 1998)

321. Washington's Kosovo Policy: Consequences and Contradictions, by Gary T. Dempsey (October 8, 1998)

320. The Deregulation of the Electricity Industry: A Primer, by Peter M. VanDoren (October 6, 1998)

319. In Defense of the Exclusionary Rule, by Timothy Lynch (October 1, 1998)

318. Impeachment: A Constitutional Primer, by Jason Vicente (September 18, 1998)

317. The Quadrennial Defense Review: Reiterating the Tired Status Quo, by David Isenberg (September 17, 1998)

316. Freedom from Union Violence, by David Kendrick (September 9, 1998)

315. A Fiscal Policy Report Card on America's Governors: 1998, by Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel (September 3, 1998)

314. Okinawa: Liberating Washington's East Asian Military Colony, by Doug Bandow (September 1, 1998)

313. Let Taiwan Defend Itself, by Ted Galen Carpenter (August 24, 1998)

312. Unlegislated Compulsion: How Federal Agency Guidelines Threaten Your Liberty, Robert A. Anthony (August 11, 1998)

311. Reasonable Doubt: The Case against the Proposed International Criminal Court, by Gary Dempsey (July 16, 1998)

310. Universal Service: The New Telecommunications Entitlements and Taxes, by Lawrence Gasman (June 25, 1998)

309. Theater Missile Defense: A Limited Capability Is Needed, by Charles V. Peña (June 22, 1998)

308. Free Rider: South Korea's Dual Dependence on the U.S., by Doug Bandow (May 19, 1998)

307. The Consequences of Kyoto, by Patrick J. Michaels (May 7, 1998)

306. Protecting the Homeland: The Best Defense is to Give No Offense, by Ivan Eland (May 5, 1998)

305. The Next Steps for Medicare Reform, by Peter J. Ferrara (April 29, 1998)

304. The United Nations Debt: Who Owes Whom? by Cliff Kincaid (April 23, 1998)

303. Private Regulation: A Real Alternative for Regulatory Reform, by Yesim Yilmaz (April 20, 1998)

302. The Hidden Burden of Taxation: How Government Reduces Take-Home Pay, by Dean Stansel (April 15, 1998)

301. Electric Avenues: Why "Open Access" Can't Compete, by Clyde Wayne Crews, Jr. (April 13, 1998)

300. Two Cheers for the 1872 Mining Law, by Richard Gordon and Peter VanDoren (April 9, 1998)

299. New Asylum Laws: Undermining an American Ideal, by Michele R. Pistone (March 24, 1998)

298. Money and School Performance: Lessons from the Kansas City Desegregation Experiment, by Paul Ciotti (March 16, 1998)

297. Flawed Democracies: The Dubious Credentials of NATO's Proposed New Members by Thomas M. Magstadt (March 6, 1998)

296. Microsoft and the Browser Wars: Fit to be Tied, by Robert A. Levy (February 19, 1998)

295. Privacy as Censorship: A Skeptical View of Proposals to Regulate Privacy in the Private Sector, by Solveig Singleton (January 22, 1998)

294. Homeschooling: Back to the Future? by Isabel Lyman (January 7, 1998)

293. Mounting Case for Privatizing Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, by Vern McKinley (December 29, 1997)

292. The Inherent Flaws of HUD, by Howard Husock (December 22, 1997)

291. IOLTA: Interest without Principle, by Charles E. Rounds Jr. (December 18, 1997)

290. Restoring Health Freedom: The Case for a Universal Tax Credit for Health Insurance, by Sue A. Blevins (December 12, 1997)

289. The National Sales Tax: Who Bears the Burden? by Gilbert E. Metcalf (December 8, 1997)

288. Replace FDA Regulation of Medical Devices with Third-Party Certification, by Noel D. Campbell (November 12, 1997)

287. ISTEA: A Poisonous Brew for American Cities, by Randal O'Toole (November 5, 1997)

286. The High Cost of NATO Expansion: Clearing the Administration's Smoke Screen, by Ivan Eland (October 29, 1997)

285. The Advancing Nanny State: Why the Government Should Stay Out of Child Care, by Darcy Olsen (October 23, 1997)

284. Fighting Back: Crime, Self-Defense, and the Right to Carry a Handgun, by Jeffrey R. Snyder (October 22, 1997)

283. 10 Myths About Financial Derivatives, by Thomas F. Siems (September 11, 1997)

282. Campaign Finance 'Reform' Proposals: A First Amendment Analysis, by Lillian R. BeVier (September 4, 1997)

281. How the Budget Revolution Was Lost, by Stephen Moore (September 2, 1997)

280. Renewable Energy: Not Cheap, Not "Green", by Robert L. Bradley Jr. (August 27, 1997)

279. The End of Representation: How Congress Stifles Electoral Competition, by Eric O'Keefe and Aaron Steelman (August 20, 1997)

278. The Threat to Independent Education: Public Subsidies and Private Colleges, by Gary Wolfram (August 15, 1997)

277. With Friends Like These: Why Community Radio Does Not Need the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, by Jesse Walker (July 24, 1997)

276. Should Congress Transfer Federal Lands to the States? by Randal O'Toole (July 3, 1997)

275. Tobacco Medicaid Litigation: Snuffing Out the Rule of Law, by Robert A. Levy (June 20, 1997)

274. How Rent Control Drives Out Affordable Housing, by William Tucker (May 21, 1997)

273. Help or Hindrance: Can Foreign Aid Prevent International Crises? by Doug Bandow (April 25, 1997)

272. Emancipating America from the Income Tax: How a National Sales Tax Would Work, by David R. Burton and Dan R. Mastromarco (April 15, 1997)

271. Dereliction of Duty: The Constitutional Record of President Clinton by Timothy Lynch (March 31, 1997)

270. Chilling the Internet? Lessons from FCC Regulation of Radio Broadcasting, by Thomas W. Hazlett and David W. Sosa (March 19, 1997)

269. Vouchers and Educational Freedom: A Debate with Joseph L. Bast and David Harmer versus Douglas Dewey, (March 12, 1997)

268. Regulation in Newspeak: The FCC's Children's Television Rules, by Robert Corn-Revere (February 19, 1997)

267. U.S. "Global Leadership": A Euphemism for World Policeman, by Barbara Conry (February 5, 1997)

266. Amtrak at Twenty-Five: End of the Line for Taxpayer Subsidies, by Jean Love, Wendell Cox, and Stephen Moore (December 19, 1996)

265. Why Spy? The Uses and Misuses of Intelligence, by Stanley Kober (December 12, 1996)

264. How to Treat the Costs of Shared Voice and Video Networks in a Post-Regulatory Age, by Alfred E. Kahn (November 27, 1996)

263. EPA's Cancer Risk Guidelines: Guidance to Nowhere, by Michael Gough and Steven Milloy (November 12, 1996)

262. Beyond the Communications Decency Act: Constitutional Lessons of the Internet, by Solveig Bernstein (November 5, 1996)

261. Supply-Side Tax Cuts and the Truth About the Reagan Economic Record, by William A. Niskanen and Stephen Moore (October 22, 1996)

260. Uncle Sam as Investment Banker: The Failure of Washington's Overseas Investment Funds, by Doug Bandow (September 19, 1996)

259. The Political Revolution that Wasn't: Why We Need Term Limits Now More Than Ever by Doug Bandow (September 5, 1996)

258. Time Bomb: The Escalation of U.S. Security Commitments in the Persian Gulf Region, by Barbara Conry (August 29, 1996)

257. A Fiscal Report Card on America's Governors: 1996, by Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel (July 26, 1996)

256. Feminist Jurisprudence: Equal Rights or Neo-Paternalism, by Michael Weiss and Cathy Young (June 19, 1996)

255. Red Phoenix Rising? Dealing with the Communist Resurgence in Eastern Europe, by Roger W. Fontaine (June 13, 1996)

254. How Corporate Welfare Won: Clinton and Congress Retreat from Cutting Business Subsidies, by Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel (May 15, 1996)

253. A Miasma of Corruption: The United Nations at 50, by Stefan Halper (April 30, 1996)

252. Market Opening or Corporate Welfare? "Results-Oriented" Trade Policy toward Japan, by Scott Latham (April 15, 1996)

251. Venezuela: From Showcase to Basket Case, by Roger Fontaine (March 25, 1996)

250. Capital Crimes: Political Centers as Parasite Economies, by Richard K. Vedder (February 28, 1996)

249. The Smog-Reduction Road: Remote Sensing vs. the Clean Air Act, by Daniel B. Klein and Pia Maria Koskenoja (February 7, 1996)

248. The Sweet-and-Sour Sino-American Relationship, by Leon T. Hadar (January 23, 1996)

247. Privatizing Superfund: How to Clean Up Hazardous Waste, by James V. DeLong (December 18, 1995)

246. The Medical Monopoly: Protecting Consumers or Limiting Competition? by Sue A. Blevins (December 15, 1995)

245. Changing the Way We Do Business in International Relations, by Charles A. Schmitz (November 8, 1995)

244. Paternalism and Dependence: The U.S.-Japanese Security Relationship, by Ted Galen Carpenter (November 1, 1995)

243. Mexico: Policy Failure, Moral Hazard, and Market Solutions, by W. Lee Hoskins and James W. Coons (October 10, 1995)

242. The ABCs of the Capital Gains Tax, by Stephen Moore and John Silvia (October 4, 1995)

241. Archer Daniels Midland: A Case Study in Corporate Welfare, by James Bovard (September 26, 1995)

240. The Work vs. Welfare Trade-Off: An Analysis of the Total Level of Welfare Benefits, by State by Michael Tanner, Stephen Moore, and David Hartman (September 19, 1995)

239. The Western European Union as NATO's Successor, by Barbara Conry (September 18, 1995)

238. Campaign Finance Regulation: Faulty Assumptions and Undemocratic Consequences, by Bradley A. Smith (September 13, 1995)

237. A National ID System: Big Brother's Solution to Illegal Immigration, by John J. Miller and Stephen Moore (September 7, 1995)

236. Whose Pension Is It Anyway? Economically Targeted Investments and the Pension Funds, by Cassandra Chrones Moore (September 1, 1995)

235. Wrecking Ball: FDA Regulation of Medical Devices, by Robert Higgs (August 7, 1995)

234. Beyond the Grazing Fee: An Agenda for Rangeland Reform, by Karl Hess, Jr. and Jerry L. Holechek (July 13, 1995)

233. Time to Reopen the Clean Air Act: Clearing Away the Regulatory Smog, by K. H. Jones and Jonathan Adler (July 11, 1995)

232. New Age Comstockery: Exon vs. the Internet, by Robert Corn-Revere (June 28, 1995)

231. Highway Aggravation: The Case for Privatizing Highways, by Peter Samuel (June 27, 1995)

230. The Wrong and Right Ways to Reform Medicare, by Doug Bandow and Michael Tanner (June 8, 1995)

229. The 1995 Crime Bills: Is the GOP the Party of Liberty and Limited Government? by Jarett B. Decker (June 1, 1995)

228. 228. Medical Savings Accounts: Answering the Critics, by Michael Tanner (May 25, 1995)

227. Time to End the Alaskan Oil Export Ban, by Samuel A. Van Vactor (May 18, 1995)

226. A New Aid Policy for a New World, by Doug Bandow (May 15, 1995)

225. Ending Corporate Welfare As We Know It, by Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel (May 12, 1995)

224. SSI: The Black Hole of the Welfare State, by Christopher M. Wright (April 27, 1995)

223. Polluting Our Principles: Environmental Prosecutions and the Bill of Rights, by Timothy Lynch (April 20, 1995)

222. Why You Can't Trust the IRS, by Daniel J. Pilla (April 15, 1995)

221. Real Term Limits: Now More Than Ever, by Doug Bandow (March 28, 1995)

220. More Than a Theory: Medical Savings Accounts at Work, by Peter J. Ferrara (March 14, 1995)

219. The Fallacy of Economic Security, by Stanley Kober (January 24, 1995)

218. Crime, Police, and Root Causes, by William A. Niskanen (November 14, 1994)

217. Federal Ecosystem Management: A "Train Wreck" in the Making, by Allan K. Fitzsimmons (October 26, 1994)

216. Kids, Guns, and the Commerce Clause: Is the Court Ready for Constitutional Government? by Glenn Harlan Reynolds (October 10, 1994)

215. The World Bank's Finances: An International S&L Crisis, by Patricia Adams (October 3, 1994)

214. Draft Registration: The Politics of Institutional Immortality, by Doug Bandow (August 15, 1994)

213. Taming Leviathan: Are Tax and Spending Limits the Answer? by Dean Stansel (July 25, 1994)

212. Ending Welfare As We Know It, by Michael Tanner (July 7, 1994)

211. Why Health Care Costs Too Much, by Stan Liebowitz (June 23, 1994)

210. Nickles-Stearns Is Not the Market Choice for Health Care Reform, by Tom Miller (June 13, 1994)

209. The Futility of U.S. Intervention in Regional Conflicts, by Barbara Conry (May 19, 1994)

208. Prison Blues: How America's Foolish Sentencing Policies Endanger Public Safety, by David B. Kopel (May 17, 1994)

207. 70 Years of Federal Government Health Care: A Timely Look at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, by Robert E. Bauman (April 27, 1994)

206. The Pentagon's Fraudulent Bottom-Up Review, by David Isenberg (April 21, 1994)

205. The Somali Crisis: Time for an African Solution, by George B. N. Ayittey (March 28, 1994)

204. Intrastate Trucking: Stronghold of the Regulators, by Cassandra Chrones Moore (February 16, 1994)

203. A Fiscal Policy Report Card on America's Governors: 1994, by Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel (January 28, 1994)

202. Wasting Resources to Reduce Waste: Recycling in New Jersey, by Grant W. Schaumburg, Jr., and Katherine T. Doyle (January 26, 1994)

201. Washington's Dubious Crusade for Hemispheric Democracy, by Ian Vasquez (January 12, 1994)

200. Taken to the Cleaners: A Case Study of the Overregulation of American Small Business, by Jonathan H. Adler (December 22, 1993)

199. Staying Out of Potential Nuclear Crossfires, by Ted Galen Carpenter (November 24, 1993)

198. NAFTA's Green Accords: Sound and Fury Signifying Little, by Jerry Taylor (November 17, 1993)

197. Laboratory Failure: States Are No Model for Health Care Reform, by Michael Tanner (September 23, 1993)

196. Paved with Good Intentions: The Mythical Infrastructure Crisis, by John A. Tatom (August 12, 1993)

195. The Cold War Navy in the Post-Cold War World, by Christopher A. Preble (August 2, 1993)

194. How to Balance the Budget by Reducing Spending, by William A. Niskanen and Stephen Moore (April 22, 1993)

193. The Economic Impact of Replacing Federal Income Taxes with a Sales Tax, by Laurence J. Kotlikoff (April 15, 1993)

192. The Futility of Raising Tax Rates, by Bruce Bartlett (April 8, 1993)

191. Present at the Re-creation: The Need for a Rebirth of American Foreign Policy, by Jonathan G. Clarke (March 25, 1993)

190. National Service: Utopias Revisited, by Doug Bandow (March 15, 1993)

189. Energy Conservation and Efficiency: The Case against Coercion, by Jerry Taylor (March 9, 1993)

188. The Myth of America's Underfunded Cities, by Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel (February 22, 1993)

187. Caveat Emptor: The Head Start Scam, by John Hood (December 18, 1992)

186. How Governors Think Congress Should Reform the Budget: Results of a Survey of U.S. Governors and Former Governors, by Stephen Moore (December 9, 1992)

185. The CIA as Economic Spy: The Misuse of U.S. Intelligence after the Cold War, by Stanley Kober (December 8, 1992)

184. Health Care Reform: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, by Michael Tanner (November 24, 1992)

183. Doing What We Can for Haiti, by Ian Vasquez (November 5, 1992)

182. Crime of the Century: The 1990 Budget Deal after Two Years, by Stephen Moore (October 15, 1992)

181. Equal Protection for Economic Liberty: Is the Court Ready? by David Bernstein (October 5, 1992)

180. A Society of Suspects: The War on Drugs and Civil Liberties, by Steven Wisotsky (October 2, 1992)

179. American Forfeiture Law: Property Owners Meet the Prosecutor, by Terrance G. Reed (September 29, 1992)

178. Will the Gentlemen Please Yield?--A Defense of the Constitutionality of State-Imposed Term Limitations, by Neil Gorsuch and Michael Guzman (September 24, 1992)

177. The "Green Peril": Creating the Islamic Fundamentalist Threat, by Leon T. Hadar (August 27, 1992)

176. The Burden of Government-Sponsored Enterprises: The Case of the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, by James F. Gatti and Ronald W. Spahr (August 13, 1992)

175. Sustaining Development and Biodiversity: Productivity, Efficiency, and Conservation, by Indur M. Goklany and Merritt W. Sprague (August 6, 1992)

174. The Permissible Uses of Forced Union Dues: From Hanson to Beck, by Charles W. Baird (June 30, 1992)

173. Crisis? What Crisis? George Bush's Never-Ending Domestic Budget Build-Up, by Stephen Moore (June 19, 1992)

172. America: What Went Right, by Richard B. McKenzie (June 1, 1992)

171. Pentagon Myths and Global Realities: The 1993 Military Budget, by Jeffrey R. Gerlach (May 24, 1992)

170. Foreign Aid and India: Financing the Leviathan State, by Shyam J. Kamath (May 6, 1992)

169. The Myth of Predatory Pricing, by Thomas J. DiLorenzo (February 28, 1992)

168. The Truth about Ozone and Urban Smog, by K. H. Jones (February 19, 1992)

167. A Fiscal Policy Report Card on America's Governors, by Stephen Moore (January 30, 1992)

166. Bigger Is Not Better: The Virtues of Decentralized Local Government, by Sam Staley (January 21, 1992)

165. The District of Columbia: America's Worst Government? by William A. Niskanen (November 18, 1991)

164. The Myth of Fair Trade, by James Bovard (November 1, 1991)

163. Replacing the Ruble in Lithuania: Real Change versus Pseudoreform, by Kurt Schuler, George Selgin, and Joseph Sinkey, Jr. (October 28, 1991)

162. False Dreams and Broken Promises: The Wasteful Federal Investment in Urban Mass Transit, by Jean Love and Wendell Cox (October 17, 1991)

161. Contrived Distinctions: The Doctrine of Commercial Speech in First Amendment Jurisprudence, by Jonathan W. Emord (September 23, 1991)

160. Sweden: From Capitalist Success to Welfare-State Sclerosis, by Peter Stein (September 10, 1991)

159. "Ancient History": U.S. Conduct in the Middle East since World War II and the Folly of Intervention, by Sheldon L. Richman (August 16, 1991)

158. The Americans with Disabilities Act: Time for Amendments, by Robert P. O'Quinn (August 9, 1991)

157. Alcohol Prohibition Was a Failure, by Mark Thornton (July 17, 1991)

156. The Drug War vs. Land Reform in Peru, by Melanie Tammen (July 10, 1991)

155. Only Freedom of Education Can Solve America's Bureaucratic Crisis of Education, by Jack D. Douglas (June 17, 1991)

154. Extricating America from Its Middle Eastern Entanglement, by Leon T. Hadar (June 12, 1991)

153. When Business "Adopts" Schools: Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child, by John Hood (June 5, 1991)

152. State Spending Splurge: The Real Story behind the Fiscal Crisis in State Government, by Stephen Moore (May 23, 1991)

151. The Poison of Professional Politics, by Mark P. Petracca (May 10, 1991)

150. Intelsat and the Separate System Policy: Toward Competitive International Telecommunications, by Milton Mueller (March 21, 1991)

149. Judging the 1991 Reform Effort: Do U.S. Banks Have a Future? by Catherine England (March 12, 1991)

148. How Rising Tax Burdens Can Produce Recession, by William C. Dunkelberg and John Skorburg (February 21, 1991)

147. The Profligate President: A Midterm Review of Bush's Fiscal Policy, by Stephen Moore (February 4, 1991)

146. Slower Is Better: The New Postal Service, by James Bovard (February 1, 1991)

145. What Now for U.S. Energy Policy? A Free-Market Perspective, by Robert L. Bradley, Jr. (January 29, 1991)

144. Long-Term Care: Why a New Entitlement Program Would Be Wrong, by Peter J. Ferrara (December 13, 1990)

143. Why Trade Retaliation Closes Markets and Impoverishes People, by Jim Powell (November 30, 1990)

142. Arabian Nightmares: Washington's Persian Gulf Entanglement, by Christopher Layne and Ted Galen Carpenter (November 9, 1990)

141. Term Limitation: An Idea Whose Time Has Come, by John H. Fund (October 30, 1990)

140. The Collision Course on Textile Quotas, by Thomas Grennes (September 12, 1990)

139. Aiding Eastern Europe: The Leveraged Harm of Leveraged Aid, by Melanie S. Tammen (September 10, 1990)

138. The Perils of Managed Trade, by Susan W. Liebeler and Michael S. Knoll (August 29, 1990)

137. Subsidies to the Arts: Cultivating Mediocrity, by Bill Kauffman (August 8, 1990)

136. Uncle Sam, Rock 'n' Roll, and Higher Education, by Charles J. Sykes (July 25, 1990)

135. Farm Bill Follies of 1990, by James Bovard (July 12, 1990)

134. The Illusion of Power: Aircraft Carriers and U.S. Military Strategy, by David Isenberg (June 8, 1990)

133. Perestroika and the Soviet Military: Implications for U.S. Policy, by Edward A. Corcoran (May 29, 1990)

132. Housing Policy in New York: Myth and Reality, by Cassandra Chrones Moore (April 4, 1990)

131. JTPA: Another Federal Training Fraud, by James Bovard (March 27, 1990)

130. National Service: The Enduring Panacea, by Doug Bandow (March 22, 1990)

129. Cut the Social Security Payroll Tax, by Daniel J. Mitchell (March 8, 1990)

128. Perilous Panacea: The Military in the Drug War, by Ted Galen Carpenter and R. Channing Rouse (February 15, 1990)

127. The Source of America's Housing Problem: Look in Your Own Back Yard, by William Tucker (February 6, 1990)

126. Education: Is America Spending Too Much? by John Hood (January 18, 1990)

125. Creating a U.S. Policy of Constructive Disengagement in the Middle East, by Leon T. Hadar (December 29, 1989)

124. Economic Sanctions: Foreign Policy Levers or Signals? by Joseph G. Gavin III (November 7, 1989)

123. The Promise of High-Definition Television: The Hype and the Reality, by Thomas Gale Moore (August 30, 1989)

122. The Farm Credit Quagmire, by James Bovard (July 27, 1989)

121. Thinking about Drug Legalization, by James Ostrowski (May 25, 1989)

120. Debt, Leveraged Buyouts, and Corporate Governance, by Barry E. Adler and Larry E. Ribstein (May 2, 1989)

119. Sequestration: Gramm-Rudman's Potent Weapon for Spending Restraint, by Daniel J. Mitchell (April 24, 1989)

118. The Pitfalls of U.S. Covert Operations, by David Isenberg (April 7, 1989)

117. Gorbachev and Glasnost--A New Soviet Order? Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy, by Thomas M. Magstadt (March 20, 1989)

116. To Reduce Military Tensions in Europe, Ban Conscription, by Stanley Kober (March 10, 1989)

115. Abolish Medicare Taxes on the Elderly, by Peter J. Ferrara (January 25, 1989)

114. U.S. Military Spending in the Cold War Era: Opportunity Costs, Foreign Crises, and Domestic Constraints, by Robert Higgs (November 30, 1988)

113. Inside Our Outdoor Policy, by Terry L. Anderson and Donald R. Leal (September 29, 1988)

112. Political Advertising Regulation: An Unconstitutional Menace? by Stephen Bates (September 22, 1988)

111. The Twilight of Government Growth in a Competitive World Economy, by Richard B. McKenzie (August 19, 1988)

110. More Defense Spending for Smaller Forces: What Hath DoD Wrought? by William A. Niskanen (July 29, 1988)

109. Trust the People: The Case against Gun Control, by David B. Kopel (July 11, 1988)

108. Mandatory Family-Leave Legislation: The Hidden Costs, by Deborah Walker (June 8, 1988)

107. The Reagan Record on Trade: Rhetoric vs. Reality, by Sheldon L. Richman (May 30, 1988)

106. The Minimum Wage: Washington's Perennial Myth, by Matthew B. Kibbe (May 23, 1988)

105. The Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement: Now or Never, by Michael I. Krauss (May 3, 1988)

104. 104. Going with the Flow: Expanding the Water Markets, by Terry L. Anderson and Donald R. Leal (April 26, 1988)

103. After the INF Treaty: A New Direction for America's European Policy, by Christopher Layne (April 21, 1988)

102. The Slow Death of the U.S. Postal Service, by James Bovard (April 3, 1988)

101. The SEC's Insider Trading Proposal: Good Politics, Bad Policy, by Jonathan R. Macey (March 31, 1988)

100. Missing the Point: Why the Reforms of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Won't Improve U.S. Defense Policy, by David Isenberg (February 29, 1988)

99. The Semiconductor Industry and Foreign Competition, by Eugene Volokh (January 28, 1988)

98. Railroad Reregulation: Is the C.U.R.E. Cure Worse Than the Disease? by Robert B. Ekelund, Jr., and Robert E. Hbert (January 20, 1988)

97. Interstate Banking: The Reform That Won't Go Away, by Steven Horwitz and G. A. Selgin (December 15, 1987)

96. Korea: The Case for Disengagement, by Doug Bandow (December 8, 1987)

95. Modernizing Markets in Post-Mao China: On the Road to Capitalism? by David L. Prychitko (December 1, 1987)

94. An Alternative to Containment, by Earl C. Ravenal (November 25, 1987)

93. The Emergence of the Service Economy: Fact or Artifact? by Richard B. McKenzie (October 27, 1987)

92. The World Bank vs. the World's Poor, by James Bovard (September 28, 1987)

91. Our Trade Laws Are a National Disgrace, by James Bovard (September 18, 1987)

90. Where Angels Fear to Tread: The United States and the Persian Gulf Conflict, by Sheldon L. Richman (September 9, 1987)

89. The Real Superfund Scandal, by James Bovard (August 14, 1987)

88. Stumbling toward a U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement, by William A. Niskanen (June 18, 1987)

87. Communism between Marx and the Marketplace: Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy, by Thomas M. Magstadt (June 2, 1987)

86. Draft Registration: It's Time to Repeal Carter's Final Legacy, by Doug Bandow (May 7, 1987)

85. Nonbank Banks Are Not the Problem, by Catherine England (April 28, 1987)

84. The Disunited States: A Country in Search of an Efficient Transportation Policy, by Robert V. Delaney (March 10, 1987)

83. Foreign Manufacturers in the United States: Should They Be Told to Buy American? by Thomas J. DiLorenzo (February 24, 1987)

82. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act: Equal Opportunity or Reverse Discrimination? by Clint Bolick (February 10, 1987)

81. Better Now Than Never: Economic and Social Reforms in South Africa, by Peter J. Spiro (January 27, 1987)

80. A Fortress Built on Quicksand: U.S. Policy toward Pakistan, by Ted Galen Carpenter (January 5, 1987)

79. Professional Licensure and Quality: The Evidence, by Stanley J. Gross (December 9, 1986)

78. Fiddling While the GATT Burns, by Martin Wolf (September 25, 1986)

77. The Failure of Federal Job Training, by James Bovard (August 28, 1986)

76. Privatization: The Worker Buy-Out Option, by Peter Young (July 28, 1986)

75. Market Solutions to the Education Crisis, by Myron Lieberman (July 1, 1986)

74. U.S. Aid to Anti-Communist Rebels: The "Reagan Doctrine" and Its Pitfalls, by Ted Galen Carpenter (June 24, 1986)

73. Deductible IRA's Are Best for Workers, by Peter J. Ferrara (June 3, 1986)

72. Compassion vs. Control: FDA Investigational Drug Regulations, by Dale H. Gierenger (May 20, 1986)

71. Global Interventionism and a New Imperial Presidency, by Ted Galen Carpenter (May 16, 1986)

70. Emigration and Citizenship: Implications for Soviet-American Relations, by Thomas M. Magstadt (May 2, 1986)

69. An "Industrial Policy" for Space? by Alan Pell Crawford (April 25, 1986)

68. Does More Technology Create Unemployment? by R. H. Mabry and A. D. Sharplin (March 18, 1986)

67. Pursuing a Strategic Divorce: The U.S. and the ANZUS Alliance, by Ted Galen Carpenter (February 27, 1986)

66. The Bonneville Power Administration: The Worst Mess, by a Dam Site by Peter D. Cooper (February 6, 1986)

65. The Continuing Failure of Foreign Aid, by James Bovard (January 31, 1986)

64. What's Wrong with Trade Sanctions, by Bruce Bartlett (December 23, 1985)

63. The U.S. Campaign against Narcotics Trafficking: A Cure Worse than the Disease, by Ted Galen Carpenter (December 9, 1985)

62. Averting the Medicare Crisis: Health IRAs, by Peter J. Ferrara (October 31, 1985)

61. Totalitarian Global Management: The UN's War on the Liberal International Economic Order, by Doug Bandow (October 24, 1985)

60. The Case for Free Banking: Then and Now, by G. A. Selgin (October 21, 1985)

59. Day-Care Regulation: Serving Children or Bureaucrats? by Karen Lehrman and Jana Pace (September 25, 1985)

58. The United States and Third World Dictatorships: A Case for Benign Detachment, by Ted Galen Carpenter (August 15, 1985)

57. Dairy Policy and the Public Interest: The Economic Legacies, by James F. Thompson and W. Frank Edwards (July 30, 1985)

56. Government Crop Programs: High Cost and Few Gains, by Clifton Luttrell (July 9, 1985)

55. What Is the 1985 Farm Problem? by J. Bruce Bullock (July 2, 1985)

54. Private Deposit Insurance: Stabilizing the Banking System, by Catherine England (June 21, 1985)

53. Contradictions of Centralized Education, by Lawrence A. Uzzell (May 30, 1985)

52. An Agenda for the Economic Summit, by Bruce Bartlett (April 29, 1985)

51. Individual Rights and Majoritarianism: The Supreme Court in Transition, by Geoffrey R. Stone (March 29, 1985)

50. U.S. Catholic Bishops and the Pursuit of Justice, by Paul Heyne (March 5, 1985)

49. Poverty, Politics, and Jurisprudence: Illegalities at the Legal Services Corporation, by James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo (February 26, 1985)

48. The Myth of Government Job Creation, by Thomas J. DiLorenzo (February 19, 1985)

47. The Last Dinosaur: The U.S. Postal Service, by James Bovard (February 12, 1985)

46. The United States and the Persian Gulf, by Sheldon L. Richman (January 10, 1985)

45. Deficits and Taxes: Federal Budget and Fiscal Policy in the 1980's, by Thomas S. McCaleb (December 19, 1984)

44. The Rapid Deployment Force: The Few, the Futile, the Expendable, by David Isenberg (November 8, 1984)

43. Mondale Tax and Budget Plan, by David R. Burton (October 26, 1984)

42. The Federal Election Commission: A Case for Abolition, by Mary Meehan (October 23, 1984)

41. The Tightening Grip of the Poverty Trap, by Arthur B. Laffer (August 30, 1984)

40. The First Amendment versus Municipal Regulation of Cable Television, by William E. Lee (August 7, 1984)

39. Indexation and the Inflation Tax, by Michael R. Baye and Dan A. Black (July 12, 1984)

38. Value and Opportunity: The Issue of Comparable Pay for Comparable Worth, by Deborah Walker (May 31, 1984)

37. Reagan, National Security, and the First Amendment: Plugging Leaks by Shutting Off the Main, by Frederick W. Whatley (May 8, 1984)

36. The Price Anderson Act: Is It Consistent with a Sound Energy Policy? by Barry P. Brownstein (April 17, 1984)

35. The United States in Lebanon: A Case for Disengagement, by Sheldon L. Richman (April 3, 1984)

34. Cable Television: An Unnatural Monopoly, by Clint Bolick (March 13, 1984)

33. Efficiency and Adjustment: The Impact of Railroad Deregulation, by Michael W. Babcock (January 31, 1984)

32. Taking America for a Ride: The Politics of Motorcycle Tariffs, by Daniel Klein (January 12, 1984)

31. Panic in Silicon Valley: The Semiconductor Industry's Cry for Help, by Scott Palmer (December 21, 1983)

30. Tedious Fraud: Reagan's Farm Policy and the Politics of Agricultural Marketing Orders, by Michael McMenamin (December 6, 1983)

29. The Military Industrial Firm--Private Enterprise Revised, by John E. Ullmann (November 9, 1983)

28. The WPPSS Default: Not the Only Off Budget Boondoggle, by James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo (October 14, 1983)

27. The Farming of Washington: How U.S. Agricultural Policies Affect the American Farm, by Don Doig (August 24, 1983)

26. Are American Schools Working? Disturbing Cost and Quality Trends, by Edwin G. West (August 9, 1983)

25. Forecasting the Economy: Do Presidents Get It Right? by Randolph H. Boehm (June 30, 1983)

24. Deficits and the Economy, by Joe Stilwell (May 26, 1983)

23. The Causes and Risks of Excessive Foreign Lending, by Mark Hulbert (April 20, 1983)

22. He Who Pays the Piper: Federal Funding of Research, by Don Doig (March 17, 1983)

21. Antitrust Policy: Reform or Repeal? by D. T. Armentano (January 18, 1983)

20. Natural Gas Regulation: Throwing Out Supply and Demand, by Nolan Ezra Clark (December 1, 1982)

19. The Underground Federal Government: Bane of the Balanced Budget? by James T. Bennett and Thomas J. DiLorenzo (October 21, 1982)

18. Competition, Regulation, and the Market Process: An "Austrian" Perspective, by Israel M. Kirzner (September 30, 1982)

17. Gold, Paper, or...: Is There a Better Money? by David Friedman (September 23, 1982)

16. The Gold Standard: An Analysis of Some Recent Proposals, by Joseph T. Salerno (September 9, 1982)

15. Precision-Guided Munitions and the Neutron Bomb, by Robert C. Aldridge (August 26, 1982)

14. Dairy Price Supports: Still Milking the Public, by Michael McMenamin (August 19, 1982)

13. The Reagan Budget: The Deficit That Didn't Have to Be, by David Boaz (August 10, 1982)

12. Deregulation and Re-regulation of Transportation, by Thomas Gale Moore (July 8, 1982)

11. Property Rights in Radio Communication: The Key to the Reform of Telecommunications Regulations, by Milton Mueller (June 3, 1982)

10. Reagan's 1983 Defense Budget: An Analysis and an Alternative, by Earl C. Ravenal (April 30, 1982)

9. The Social and Economic Effects of Nuclear War, by Arthur M. Katz and Sima R. Osdoby (April 21, 1982)

8. Inflation and the Federal Reserve: The Consequences of Political Money Supply, by Lawrence H. White (April 15, 1982)

7. The Savings and Loan Industry: Averting Collapse, by Joe Stilwell (February 15, 1982)

6. Reagan's Nuclear Defense Strategy: Myth and Reality, by Fred Kaplan (January 30, 1982)

5. Immigration Policy: A New Approach, by Jennifer Roback (October 20, 1981)

4. Unemployment: Causes and Cures, by Farrell E. Block (October 10, 1981)

3. An Alternative Analysis of Mass Belief Systems: Liberal, Conservative, Populist, and Libertarian, by Stuart A. Lilie and William S. Maddox (August 24, 1981)

2. Monetization Practices and the Political Structure of the Federal Reserve System, by R. H. Timberlake, Jr. (August 12, 1981)

1. Can Conscription Work? by Roger Nils Folsom (May 15, 1981)

D. An Analysis of the District of Columbia Education Tax Credit Initiative, by E. G. West (October 27, 1981)

C. The Federal Election Commission, by Mary Meehan (November 1, 1980)

B. Can Nonintervention Survive Afghanistan? by Earl C. Ravenal (June 1, 1980)

A. A Step Toward Feudalism: The Chrysler Bailout, by David R. Henderson (January 15, 1980)