The Return of the Living Dead: Federal Programs That Survived the Republican Revolution
By Stephen Moore and Stephen Slivinski. Policy Analysis No. 375. July 24, 2000.
Nailing the Homeowner: The Economic Impact of Trade Protection of the Softwood Lumber Industry
By Brink Lindsey, Mark A. Groombridge, and Prakash Loungani. Trade Policy Analysis No. 11. July 6, 2000.
Let’s Make National Missile Defense Truly “National”
By Ivan Eland. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 58. June 27, 2000.
Securities Markets Regulation: Time to Move to a Market-Based Approach
By Dale Oesterle. Policy Analysis No. 374. June 21, 2000.
WTO Report Card III: Globalization and Developing Countries
By Aaron Lukas. Trade Briefing Paper No. 10. June 20, 2000.
Dubious Anniversary: Kosovo One Year Later
By Christopher Layne and Benjamin Schwarz. Policy Analysis No. 373. June 10, 2000.
12-Hour School Days? Why Government Should Leave Afterschool Arrangements to Parents
By Darcy Ann Olsen. Policy Analysis No. 372. June 7, 2000.
“Saving” Social Security Is Not Enough
By Michael D. Tanner. Social Security Choice Paper No. 20. May 25, 2000.
Constitutional and Antitrust Violations of the Multistate Tobacco Settlement
By Thomas C. O’Brien. Policy Analysis No. 371. May 18, 2000.
OSHA’s Ergonomics Litigation Record: Three Strikes and It’s Out
By Eugene Scalia. Policy Analysis No. 370. May 15, 2000.
WTO Report Card II: An Exercise or Surrender of U.S. Sovereignty?
By William H. Lash III and Daniel Griswold. Trade Briefing Paper No. 9. May 4, 2000.
“Isolationism” as the Denial of Intervention: What Foreign Policy Is and Isn’t
By Earl C. Ravenal. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 57. April 27, 2000.
China’s Long March to a Market Economy: The Case for Permanent Normal Trade Relations with the People’s Republic of China
By Mark A. Groombridge. Trade Policy Analysis No. 10. April 24, 2000.
Green Wars: Making Environmental Degradation a National Security Issue Puts Peace and Security at Risk
By Paul Benjamin. Policy Analysis No. 369. April 20, 2000.
Property Rights: The Hidden Issue of Social Security Reform
By Charles E. Rounds Jr.. Social Security Choice Paper No. 19. April 19, 2000.
The Greening of the World Bank: A Lesson in Bureaucratic Survival
By James M. Sheehan. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 56. April 12, 2000.
Legislative Malpractice: Misdiagnosing Patients’ Rights
By Greg Scandlen. Briefing Paper No. 57. April 7, 2000.
WTO Report Card: America’s Economic Stake in Open Trade
By Daniel Griswold. Trade Briefing Paper No. 8. April 3, 2000.
“We Own the Night:” Amadou Diallo’s Deadly Encounter with New York City’s Street Crimes Unit
By Tim Lynch. Briefing Paper No. 56. March 31, 2000.
The United States Should Begin Work on a New Bomber Now
By Williamson Murray. Policy Analysis No. 368. March 16, 2000.
Averting a “New Kosovo” in Indonesia: Opportunities and Pitfalls for the United States
By Leon T. Hadar. Policy Analysis No. 367. March 9, 2000.
The H-1B Straitjacket: Why Congress Should Repeal the Cap on Foreign-Born Highly Skilled Workers
By Suzette Brooks Masters and Ted Ruthizer. Trade Briefing Paper No. 7. March 3, 2000.
The Archer-Shaw Social Security Plan: Laying the Groundwork for Another S&L Crisis
By Andrew G. Biggs. Briefing Paper No. 55. February 16, 2000.
The Cuban Economic Embargo: Time for a New Approach?
By Thomas J. Donohue. White Paper. February 15, 2000.
The Case for Public Access to Federally Funded Research Data
By Michael Gough and Steven J. Milloy. Policy Analysis No. 366. February 2, 2000.