The past three decades have seen remarkable deregulation of the airline, air freight, trucking, and rail industries.
Though some oppressive Depression-era regulation has been removed, there is still need for reform of the U.S. banking industry.
The past quarter-century was one of halting progress.
Rapid financial innovation over the past quarter-century is testing the traditional regulatory framework.
As federal land management continues to flounder, more political leaders are calling for a transfer of public land control to the states.
Following two decades of applying market forces to energy, the United States is returning to ominous government intervention.
Recent efforts to rationalize health care are now facing a political backlash.
Despite some setbacks, insurance markets have become more competitive.
With some innovative changes, public housing is making a comeback.