A Constitution for Liberty in China

China in the New Millennium: Market Reforms and Social Development. 1998.

E Pluribus Unum? A Symposium on Pluralism and Public Policy

The American Jewish Committee. 1997.

Forfeiting Reason

Criminal Law and Procedure News. Vol. 1. No. 2. Spring 1997.

Meet an Activist in Constitutional Law: Roger Pilon

American Democracy and the Public Good. 1996.

Discrimination, Affirmative Action, and Freedom: Sorting out the Issues

American University Law Review. Vol. 75. No. 45. 1996.

Dialogue: A Court without a Compass

New York Law School Law Review. Vol. 999. No. 40. 1996.

Dialogue: A Court without a Compass

New York Law School Review. Vol. 40. No. 4. 1996.

Dragooning State Officials into Federal Service

Federalism and Separation of Powers News. Fall 1996.

Are Property Rights Opposed to Environmental Protection?

The Moral High Ground. October 14, 1995.

Liberty, Responsibility, and Philanthropy: Individual Responsibility in a Free Society

Contemporary Philosophy. Vol. 27. No. 5. 1995.

Forfeiting Our Property Rights: Is Your Property Safe from Seizure?

Foreword. 1995.

An American Debate

The Politics and Law of Term Limits. 1994.

Can American Asset Forfeiture Law Be Justified?

New York Law School Review. Vol. 39. No. 1. 1994.

A Modest Proposal on ‘Must-Carry,’ the 1992 Cable Act, and Regulation Generally: Go Back to the Basics

Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal. Vol. 17. No. 41. 1994.

On the Folly and Illegitamacy of Industrial Policy

Stanford Law & Policy Review. Vol. 5. No. 1. Fall 1993.

Freedom, Responsibility, and the Constitution: On Recovering Our Founding Principles

Notre Dame Law Review. Vol. 507. No. 68. 1993.

On the First Principles of Constitutionalism: Liberty, Then Democracy

The American University Journal of International Law and Policy. Vol. 8. No. 2. Spring 1992.

Gerwirth, Alan (1912-)

Encyclopedia of Ethics. Vol. 1. 1992.

Flag-Burning, Discrimination, and the Right to Do Wrong

Cato Institute., Center for Constitutional Studies. 1990.

Losing Liberty through Judicial Restraint

Report from the Institute for Philosophy & Public Policy. Vol. 10. No. 1. Winter 1990.

Process, Substance, and Legitimacy: On the Nexus between Law and Liberty

Interlaken Seminar on Analysis and Ideology. 1989.

Economic Liberty, the Constitution, and the Higher Law

George Mason University Law Review. Vol. 11. No. 2. 1988.

On the Foundations of Economic Liberty

The Freeman. Vol. 38. No. 9. September 1988.

The Idea of Human Rights

In The National Interest. Fall 1986.

The Systemic Repression of Soviet Jews

United States Department of State - Bureau of Public Affairs: Current Policy. No. 878. September 28, 1986.