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Congress Once Constrained Government Debt
[Subscripion Required] In 1920, lawmakers curbed spending by putting a single committee in charge of the overall budget.
Bread + Medicine: Saving Lives In A Time Of Famine
Discover the American Relief Administration's efforts to stem the tide of disease during the catastrophic famine of 1921 in Soviet Russia and Ukraine.
Sustaining Economic Growth: Fall 2022 Conference Of The Working Group On The Foundations Of Long-Run Prosperity | Conference Summary
The Infrastructure Opportunity In Emerging Markets: What Frameworks And Data Are Required To Seize It?
Looking Back To Look Forward: Autonomous Systems, Military Revolutions, And The Importance Of Cost
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2022 In Review
2022 Annual Report
The Hoover Institution's annual report is the premier guide to the policy challenges addressed by Hoover scholars and how they applied the institution’s resources to increase prosperity, enhance national security, and improve the human condition.
Hoover on the Issues in the Year 2022
Throughout the year 2022, Hoover fellows provided extensive and timely analyses on pressing policy concerns.
Notable Events in 2022
2022 marked the first full-year return to in-person events held at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University after months of pandemic stay-at-home policies. Here are some highlights.
Featured Books By Hoover Fellows In 2022
A review of the books published this year by Hoover fellows with topics ranging from China to immigration to indigenous economies.
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives Year in Review 2022
Highlights from the accomplishments and activities of the Hoover Institution Library & Archives for 2022.
Hoover Institution in DC Year in Review 2022
A review of the activity from the Hoover Institution in Washington DC, featuring our fellows speaking in our nation's capitol and a list of their top op-eds and interviews.
Featured Podcast Episodes For 2022
A selection of highlights from Hoover's most popular podcast series including discussions ranging from the ongoing war in Ukraine, inflation, cryptocurrencies, education, Supreme Court decisions, COVID-19 pandemic, the Biden administration’s policies and more.
PolicyEd 2022 Year in Review
PolicyEd has become a strategic mainstay for Hoover and a centerpiece of the institution’s approach to engaging the broader public in policy discussions.
More Videos & Podcasts
Secrets Of Statecraft: Unwrapping The Enigma, Mystery And Riddle: Stephen Kotkin Explains Russia To Andrew Roberts | Hoover Institution
Understanding the psyche of Russia and the Russians has bewildered Westerners for generations; foremost expert Stephen Kotkin gives some penetrating insights into how to do it.
Neutral No More: Why Sweden and Finland Are Joining NATO
Sweden and Finland are dropping their neutrality, joining NATO and returning to their historical opposition to Russia.
Iran: Protests, Activism, And Prospects For Change
In this episode of Battlegrounds, H.R. McMaster and Masih Alinejad discuss the protests in Iran, their implications, and Alinejad’s vision for the future of her country.
Hello, Cleveland: Troy Senik On Man Of Iron
In his new book, Man of Iron, author Troy Senik discusses Cleveland’s improbable rise from obscure lawyer in upstate New York to mayor of Buffalo, governor of New York, and finally, in 1885, president of the United States; followed by his subsequent loss of the White House in the election of 1888 to Benjamin Harrison, and his unprecedented—and as yet unrepeated—return to the Oval Office after beating Harrison in 1892.
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Founded by Herbert Hoover in 1919, the Hoover Institution Library & Archives is home to some of the world's most renowned collections documenting war, revolution, peace, and political, economic, and social change in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
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Exhibitions | Now On View
The exhibitions Bread + Medicine: Saving Lives in a Time of Famine (September 19, 2022–April 28, 2023) and Hoover@100: Ideas Defining A Century (ongoing) are open and free to all visitors to Hoover Tower, at the heart of Stanford University campus.Learn More
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