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.

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

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

Sweden: From Capitalist Success to Welfare-State Sclerosis

By Peter Stein. Policy Analysis No. 160. September 10, 1991.

“Ancient History”: U.S. Conduct in the Middle East Since World War II and the Folly of Intervention

By Sheldon L. Richman. Policy Analysis No. 159. August 16, 1991.

The Americans with Disabilities Act: Time for Amendments

By Robert P. O’Quinn. Policy Analysis No. 158. August 9, 1991.

Alcohol Prohibition Was a Failure

By Mark Thornton. Policy Analysis No. 157. July 17, 1991.

The Drug War vs. Land Reform in Peru

By Melanie S. Tammen. Policy Analysis No. 156. July 10, 1991.

Only Freedom of Education Can Solve America’s Bureaucratic Crisis of Education

By Jack D. Douglas. Policy Analysis No. 155. June 17, 1991.

Extricating America from Its Middle Eastern Entanglement

By Leon T. Hadar. Policy Analysis No. 154. June 12, 1991.

When Business “Adopts” Schools: Spare the Rod, Spoil the Child

By John Hood. Policy Analysis No. 153. June 5, 1991.

State Spending Splurge: The Real Story Behind the Fiscal Crisis in State Government

By Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 152. May 23, 1991.

The Poison of Professional Politics

By Mark P. Petracca. Policy Analysis No. 151. May 10, 1991.

Intelsat and the Separate System Policy: Toward Competitive International Telecommunications

By Milton Mueller. Policy Analysis No. 150. March 21, 1991.

How Rising Tax Burdens Can Produce Recession

By William C. Dunkelberg and John Skorburg. Policy Analysis No. 148. February 21, 1991.

Judging the 1991 Reform Effort: Do U.S. Banks Have a Future?

By Catherine England. Policy Analysis No. 149. February 12, 1991.

The Profligate President: A Midterm Review of George Bush’s Fiscal Policy Performance

By Stephen Moore. Policy Analysis No. 147. February 4, 1991.

Slower Is Better: The New Postal Service

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 146. February 1, 1991.

What Now for U.S. Energy Policy? A Free-Market Perspective

By Robert L. Bradley Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 145. January 29, 1991.