Victims Would Be Better Served by Looking to the States, Where Most Laws Are Enforced.

By Roger Pilon. Insight. August 31, 1998.

A Rotten Deal at Commerce

By Aaron Lukas. August 31, 1998.

The Siren Song of Exchange Controls

By Steve H. Hanke. August 31, 1998.

No Longer the Third Rail

By Michael D. Tanner. August 28, 1998.

Scaring Consumers Away from Good Health

By Alex Avery. August 28, 1998.

More ATM Fees = More ATMs

By John Charles Bradbury. August 27, 1998.

Oil Is No Reason to Stay in the Persian Gulf

By Jerry Taylor. August 27, 1998.

Can You Trust the Ministry of Privacy?

By Solveig Singleton. August 26, 1998.

Representative McCarthy Would Have Benefited

By Carrie Lips. August 25, 1998.

Betrayal of Principle: Liberals and the War Crimes Tribunals

By Ted Galen Carpenter. August 24, 1998.

How Not to Make Electricity Cheaper

By Peter Van Doren. August 21, 1998.

Revisiting the Revisionists

By Brink Lindsey. August 20, 1998.

EPA Uses U.N. Agencies to Overcome

By Michael Gough. August 20, 1998.

Courting Disaster

By Gary Dempsey. August 19, 1998.

How Government Highway Policy Encourages Sprawl

By Howard P. Wood. August 18, 1998.

Beyond the Browser Wars: Antitrust as Vendetta

By Robert A. Levy. August 17, 1998.

How the Republicans and Democrats Maintained Their Market Share

By David Boaz. August 14, 1998.

Ads Won’t Keep Kids off Drugs

By Ryan H. Sager. August 13, 1998.

Gore Shouts “Fire” in Crowded Greenhouse

By Patrick J. Michaels. August 12, 1998.

Tear Down the Great Trade Wall

By Aaron Lukas. August 11, 1998.

Technology: Politically Correct Scapegoat?

By Michael Gough. August 10, 1998.

Privatization: A Pro-Woman Reform

By Carrie Lips and Darcy Ann Olsen. August 7, 1998.

Save the Line Item Veto

By Stephen Moore. August 6, 1998.

An Accomplice to War in Kosovo?

By Gary Dempsey. August 5, 1998.

Litmus Test for Corporate Pork

By Stephen Moore. August 4, 1998.