How Corporate Welfare Won: Clinton and Congress Retreat from Cutting Business Subsidies

By Stephen Moore and Dean Stansel. Policy Analysis No. 254. May 15, 1996.

Sustaining Development and Biodiversity: Productivity, Efficiency, and Conservation

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

Our Next Criminal Class: Milk Bootleggers

By James Bovard. Briefing Paper No. 13. June 14, 1991.

The Collision Course on Textile Quotas

By Thomas Grennes. Policy Analysis No. 140. September 12, 1990.

Farm Bill Follies of 1990

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 135. July 12, 1990.

The Farm Credit Quagmire

By James Bovard. Policy Analysis No. 122. July 27, 1989.

The Semiconductor Industry and Foreign Competition

By Eugene Volokh. Policy Analysis No. 99. January 28, 1988.

Foreign Manufacturers in the United States: Should They Be Told to Buy American?

By Thomas J. DiLorenzo. Policy Analysis No. 83. February 24, 1987.

Dairy Policy and Public Interest: The Economic Legacies

By James F. Thompson and W. Frank Edwards. Policy Analysis No. 57. July 30, 1985.

Government Crop Programs: High Cost and Few Gains

By Clifton Luttrell. Policy Analysis No. 56. July 9, 1985.

What Is the 1985 Farm Problem?

By J. Bruce Bullock. Policy Analysis No. 55. July 2, 1985.

Tedious Fraud: Reagan’s Farm Policy and the Politics of Agricultural Marketing Orders

By Michael McMenamin. Policy Analysis No. 30. December 6, 1983.

The Farming of Washington: How U.S. Agricultural Policies Affect the American Farm

By Don Doig. Policy Analysis No. 27. August 24, 1983.

Dairy Price Supports: Still Milking the Public

By Michael McMenamin. Policy Analysis No. 14. August 19, 1982.