Sustaining Development and Biodiversity: Productivity, Efficiency, and Conservation

By Indur M. Goklany and Merritt W. Sprague. Policy Analysis No. 175. August 6, 1992.

The Permissible Uses of Forced Union Dues: From Hanson to Beck

By Charles W. Baird. Policy Analysis No. 174. July 24, 1992.

Foreign Policy Masochism: The Campaign for U.S. Intervention in Yugoslavia

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 19. July 1, 1992.

Crisis? What Crisis? George Bush’s Never-Ending Domestic Budget Build-Up

By Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 173. June 19, 1992.

America: What Went Right

By Richard B. McKenzie. Policy Analysis No. 172. June 1, 1992.

Super Boondoggle: Time to Pull the Plug on the Superconducting Super Collider

By Kent Jeffreys. Briefing Paper No. 16. May 26, 1992.

Pentagon Myths and Global Realities: The 1993 Military Budget

By Jeffrey R. Gerlach. Policy Analysis No. 171. May 24, 1992.

Foreign Aid and India: Financing the Leviathan State

By Shyam J. Kamath. Policy Analysis No. 170. May 6, 1992.

A Consumer Guide to Taxes: How Much Do You Really Pay in Taxes?

By George Nastas III and Stephen Moore. Briefing Paper No. 15. April 15, 1992.

The Myth of Predatory Pricing

By Thomas J. DiLorenzo. Policy Analysis No. 169. February 28, 1992.

The Sins of Security Assistance Programs

By David Isenberg. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 18. February 27, 1992.

The Truth About Ozone and Urban Smog

By Kay H. Jones. Policy Analysis No. 168. February 19, 1992.

Why Political Scientists Oppose Term Limits

By Mark P. Petracca. Briefing Paper No. 14. February 18, 1992.

A Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors

By Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 167. January 30, 1992.

Currency Convertibility: A Self-Help Blueprint for the Commonwealth of Independent States

By Steve H. Hanke and Kurt Schuler. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 17. January 22, 1992.

Bigger Is Not Better: The Virtues of Decentralized Local Government

By Sam Staley. Policy Analysis No. 166. January 21, 1992.

The Case for U.S. Strategic Independence

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 16. January 16, 1992.

Washington’s Iron Curtain against East European Exports

By James Bovard. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 15. January 7, 1992.

Defusing the Korean Bomb

By Doug Bandow. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 14. December 16, 1991.

The District of Columbia: America’s Worst Government?

By William A. Niskanen. Policy Analysis No. 165. November 18, 1991.

The Myth of Fair Trade

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 164. November 1, 1991.

Replacing the Ruble in Lithuania: Real Change versus Pseudoreform

By Kurt Schuler, George Selgin, and Joseph Sinkey Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 163. October 28, 1991.

False Dreams and Broken Promises: The Wasteful Federal Investment in Urban Mass Transit

By Jean Love and Wendell Cox. Policy Analysis No. 162. October 17, 1991.

Let the Soviet Jews Come to America

By Sheldon L. Richman. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 13. October 3, 1991.

Contrived Distinctions: The Doctrine of Commercial Speech in First Amendment Jurisprudence

By Jonathan W. Emord. Policy Analysis No. 161. September 23, 1991.