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Issues In Contemporary Retirement

by Rita Ricardo-Campbell, Edward Paul Lazearvia Hoover Institution Press
Wednesday, June 1, 1988

Book by Ricardo-Campbell, Rita, Lazear, Edward

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Cultural Revolution in China's Schools, May 1966–April 1969

by Julia Kwongvia Hoover Institution Press
Tuesday, March 1, 1988

How dissatisfaction with the school system led to the Cultural Revolution.

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Assuring Quality for the Social Studies in Our Schools

by Paul R. Hannavia Hoover Institution Press
Tuesday, August 25, 1987

The social studies curriculum in the elementary and secondary schools of the United States is the basic core for conveying to new generations the concepts, values, and abilities that will allow our society to survive and prosper. 

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Public Choice and Regulation: A View from inside the Federal Trade Commission

by Robert MacKay, James C. Miller IIIvia Hoover Institution Press
Thursday, August 20, 1987

Until recently there have been almost no analyses of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as a political institution—that is, one driven both by internal incentives and by ties to a larger political body that, in turn, responds to its own political and economic pressures.

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The Essence of Friedman

via Hoover Institution Press
Wednesday, July 1, 1987

This collection of essays presents a sampling of the significant contributions to twentieth-century economic thought and practice by Nobel Prize-winner Milton Friedman.

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Power, Competition and the State: Vol 1: Britain in Search of Balance, 1940–61

by Keith Middlemasvia Hoover Institution Press
Sunday, March 1, 1987

A study of how World War II British politicians planned a postwar settlement to remedy inadequacies from the interwar years; how that settlement was implemented in conditions different from what they had imagined; and why it became so criticized that the Macmillan government tried to recreate it.

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Soviet Defectors: The KGB Wanted List

by Vladislav Krasnovvia Hoover Institution Press
Sunday, March 1, 1987

"Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own and to return to his country." The U.N. Declaration of Human Rights

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Market and Plan under Socialism: The Bird in the Cage

by Jan S. Prybylavia Hoover Institution Press
Thursday, January 1, 1987

In this volume the author provides an analysis of the centrally planned, socialist state economies and their common percentage in the Stalinist Plan introduced in the Soviet Union in the late 1920s.

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The Volga Tatars: A Profile in National Resilience

by Azade-Ayse Rorlichvia Hoover Institution Press
Monday, December 1, 1986

This is the first Western language study that investigates the history of the Volga Tatars since the Tenth Century A.D. The central theme of the book is the shaping and evolution of the identity of these people, focusing on the history of the first non-Christian and non-Slavic people incorporated into the Russian state.

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