A comprehensive listing

Saturday, October 30, 1999

TERRY L. ANDERSON coauthor, “Trickle-Down Economics,” Wall Street Journal, August 23, 1999.

ROBERT J. BARRO “The Men Running Brazil Still Don’t Get It,” Business Week, May 3, 1999; “A Look at Larry Summers—from Taxes to Haircuts,” Business Week, June 7, 1999; “My Luncheon with Bono,” Business Week, July 12, 1999.

GARY S. BECKER “Guess What? Welfare Reform Works,” Business Week, May 24, 1999.

ARNOLD BEICHMAN editor, CNN’s Cold War Documentary: Issues and Controversy (Hoover Press, 1999); “No Ordinary Joe,” Washington Times, March 11, 1999; “American Gulag?” Washington Times, March 22, 1999; “The Life of Jay Lovestone: Communist, Anti-Communist, Spy,” review of A Covert Life, by Ted Morgan, Weekly Standard, March 22, 1999; “Rivalries, Old and New,” Washington Sunday Times, April 18, 1999; “Putting a New Face on Stalin,” Washington Times, April 27, 1999; “Ethnic Trumpet Calls,” Washington Times, May 11, 1999; “A Proud Cold Warrior for All Seasons,” Washington Times, May 21, 1999; “The Breindel Legacy,” Washington Times, May 26, 1999; “A Day for World Freedom,” Washington Times, May 26, 1999.

MICHAEL J. BOSKIN Capitalism and Its Discontents: The Adam Smith Address, Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1999; “The Fed’s Inflated Expectations,” Wall Street Journal, June 28, 1999.

TIMOTHY CHARLES BROWN “Realist Revolution—Free Trade, Open Economies, Participatory Democracy, and Their Impact on Latin American Politics,” Policy Studies Review, summer/autumn 1998; “Latin America, the Neglected Neighbor,” Washington Times, May 3, 1999; “Neglecting Latin America,” World Tribune.com (on-line), May 4, 1999; “Spanish Is a Loving Tongue,” Washington Times National Weekly Edition, July 19–25, 1999.

EDGARDO BUSCAGLIA Judicial Corruption in Developing Countries: Its Causes and Economic Consequences, Hoover Essay in Public Policy, 1999.

ROBERT CONQUEST “The Historical Failings of CNN,” in CNN’s Cold War Documentary: Issues and Controversy, edited by Arnold Beichman (Hoover Press, 1999).

LARRY DIAMOND Developing Democracy: Toward Consolidation (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999); coeditor, Institutional Reform and Democratic Consolidation in Korea (Hoover Press, 1999).

SIDNEY D. DRELL coeditor, The New Terror: Facing the Threat of Biological and Chemical Weapons (Hoover Press, 1999).

JOHN B. DUNLOP “Sifting through the Rubble of the Yeltsin Years,” paper presented at the Jamestown Foundation, June 9, 1999.

BILL GERTZ Betrayal: How the Clinton Administration Undermined American Security (Regnery Publishing, 1999).

DAVID R. HENDERSON “The Wonders of a Penny Saved,” review of Getting Rich in America, by Dwight R. Lee and Richard B. McKenzie, Wall Street Journal, May 10, 1999; “State to Blame for Gas Price Rise,” San Francisco Chronicle, July 23, 1999; “A Fair Fight,” review of Are Predatory Prices Credible? by John R. Lott Jr., Wall Street Journal, July 29, 1999; “IMF ‘Architects’ Building a Bigger Global Mess,” National Post (Canada), August 3, 1999.

WALTER E. HOADLEY “Creating Sustainable Global Employment,” paper presented to the Caux Roundtable, Caux, Switzerland, July 23, 1999.

NICHOLAS IMPARATO “Counting Profits,” Intelligent Enterprise (San Mateo, Calif.), April 20, 1999.

DANIEL P. KESSLER The Economic Effects of the Liability System, Hoover Essay in Public Policy, 1999.

PER A. KJELLSON “Property Rights Are Key to Reforms,” San Francisco Chronicle, August 11, 1999.

MELVYN KRAUSS “Why the Euro Is Sinking,” Wall Street Journal, June 9, 1999.

TIBOR R. MACHAN editor, Business Ethics in the Global Market (Hoover Press, 1999); “It’s Good Riddance to a Half-Hearted Free Marketer,” Houston Chronicle, May 13, 1999; “Fairness and Justice in a Capitalist System,” Orange County Register, May 16, 1999; “Letting Governments Do It All,” Orange County Register, May 25, 1999; “Individual Rights Receding,” Orange County Register, May 31, 1999.

GEORGE MAROTTA “When Investors Feel Wealthy,” Journal of Commerce, April 7, 1999; “European Union: Euro and the United States,” Vital Speeches of the Day, April 15, 1999, speech delivered at University Club, San Diego, California, to Military, Industrial, Legal, Media, and Educational Complex Luncheon Group, January 29, 1999.

CHARLES E. McLURE JR. “Electronic Commerce and the State Retail Tax: A Challenge to American Federalism,” International Tax and Public Finance 6, no. 2 (May 1999); “Achieving Neutrality between Electronic and Non-Electronic Commerce,” paper presented to the Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce, Williamsburg, Virginia, June 22, 1999.

MICHAEL McFAUL “Don’t Look to Russia for Help on Kosovo,” New York Times, April 8, 1999; “Russia’s PR Coup,” Washington Post, May 8, 1999; “With Foes Like Communists, How Can Yeltsin Ever Lose?” Los Angeles Times, May 23, 1999; “Russia’s Pyrrhic ‘Pristina Victory,’” Wall Street Journal, European edition, June 18, 1999.

JOSEPH D. McNAMARA “Breaking the Glass Shield for Women,” Los Angeles Times, May 16, 1999; “Drug Peace for a New Millennium,” Orange County Register, July 24, 1999; “Broken Trust: When Officers Engage in Questionable Conduct, Both Police and Public Must Practice Restraint,” San Jose Mercury News, August 1, 1999.

HENRY I. MILLER “The EPA’s War on Plants,” Scientist, May 10, 1999; “Food Labelling That Has a Nasty Taste,” Financial Times, June 15, 1999; “Baby Food for Thought,” San Jose Mercury News, August 23, 1999.

JAMES C. MILLER III Monopoly Politics (Hoover Press, 1999).

TERRY M. MOE “The Public Revolution Private Money Might Bring,” Washington Post, May 9, 1999.

JENNIFER ROBACK MORSE “Is Feminism Finished?” Forbes, April 19, 1999; “The Mother of All Myths,” National Catholic Register, April 25, 1999.

ROBERT MORTON “The Politics of Refugees, East and West,” Washington Times, April 26, 1999.

RAMON H. MYERS “A Test of the ‘One China’ Policy,” San Francisco Chronicle, July 26, 1999.

EDWARD NEILAN “Different National Baggage,” Journal of Commerce, April 5, 1999; “Local Vote in Japan Has Global Tone,” Journal of Commerce, April 9, 1999; “Cloning Silicon Valley,” Journal of Commerce, April 20, 1999; “Use Carrot with Indonesia,” Journal of Commerce, April 29, 1999; “South Korea Wary of Agendas,” Journal of Commerce, May 11, 1999; “Clamor May Boomerang on Beijing,” Journal of Commerce, May 13, 1999; “China to Sweep Macau Clean,” Journal of Commerce, May 20, 1999.

TOM PLATE “Japanese Leader Promotes Slow, Steady Reform,” San Jose Mercury News, May 7, 1999.

WILLIAM RATLIFF “Will Peace Accord Bring Peace?” MSNBC (on-line), June 3, 1999; coauthor, “Stop Dreaming of Utopia: Partition Is Only Choice,” San Jose Mercury News, May 2, 1999; coauthor, “Indictable Offenses,” MSNBC (on-line), May 28, 1999; coauthor, “The Hypocrisy of This ‘Moral’ War,” MSNBC (on-line), June 8, 1999.

PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS “Political Correctness Often Means Reverse Racism,” Human Events, April 2, 1999; “Hate Reigns on Campus,” Human Events, May 7, 1999.

PETER ROBINSON “A Rebel and an MBA,” Economic Times (New Delhi, India), June 9, 1999.

PETER SCHWEIZER “Q: Should the United States Allow Arms to Flow to the Kosovo Rebels?” Insight on the News, May 3, 1999; “Why Should U.S. Invade Kosovo? Europe Alone Could Supply the Troops,” USA Today, May 20, 1999.

AMITY SHLAES “Why Tax Cuts Make Sense in Good Times,” Wall Street Journal, July 1, 1999; “Give It Back,” New Republic, August 9, 1999.

JOHN B. SHOVEN “Personal Choices and Social Choices Regarding Social Security,” in Personal Saving, Personal Choice, edited by David A. Wise (Hoover Press, 1999).

GEORGE P. SHULTZ “Despite the Setbacks, the World Has Learned to Value Freedom,” San Jose Mercury News, August 1, 1999.

THOMAS W. SIMONS JR. “Boutros-Ghali’s Blow-by-Blow Account of His Fight with the U.S.,” review of Unvanquished: A U.S.–U.N. Saga, by Boutros Boutros-Ghali, San Francisco Chronicle, August 8, 1999.

KIRON SKINNER “Reagan’s Plan,” National Interest, summer 1999.

ABRAHAM D. SOFAER coeditor, The New Terror: Facing the Threat of Biological and Chemical Weapons (Hoover Press, 1999).

THOMAS SOWELL “Loving Your Enemies Can Be Dangerous,” Atlanta Journal, March 23, 1999; “Republicans Must Avoid Hollow Path,” Press-Telegram (Long Beach, Calif.), March 29, 1999 (also Atlanta Journal, March 29, 1999); “Gun Control Protects Dogma, Not People,” Human Events, April 2, 1999; “Of Polls, Getting Old, and Politics,” Press-Telegram, April 5, 1999 (also Atlanta Journal, April 5, 1999); “Russia and Its Ties with the Serbs,” Press-Telegram, April 7, 1999; “Foreign Policy Comes Under Fire,” Atlanta Journal, April 14, 1999; “‘Investment’ Paying Few Dividends,” Atlanta Journal, April 16, 1999; “Russia’s Role in Balkans Is Uncertain,” Windsor Star (Ontario, Canada), April 17, 1999; “What Trust Fund?” Forbes, April 19, 1999; “In Education, Money Talks, Not Marks,” Windsor Star, April 24, 1999; “Collective Guilt Is a Convenient Cop-Out,” Orange County Register, April 26, 1999; “Kosovo: Door Is Closed on an Exit Plan,” Orange County Register, April 28, 1999; “Inaccurate to Call It ‘Gun Control,’” Atlanta Journal, April 30, 1999; “Predatory Prosecution,” Forbes, May 3, 1999; “New View of ‘Fairness’ Is Harmful,” Atlanta Journal, May 11, 1999; “Knowledge Is the First Thing Aborted,” Atlanta Journal, May 14, 1999; “Parents Not Responsible for Kids’ Acts,” Windsor Star, May 15, 1999; “Social Dogmas and Pseudoscience,” Forbes, May 17, 1999; “Aborted Knowledge,” Press-Telegram, May 17, 1999; “Of Trends, Tragedy, and Teachers,” Atlanta Journal, May 19, 1999; “Taxes and Demagoguery,” Press-Telegram, May 21, 1999; “Lies, Damned Lies, and Blurs,” Forbes, May 31, 1999; “A Commencement Con,” Orange County Register, June 1, 1999; “An Academic Victory in Chicago,” Orange County Register, June 15, 1999; “Race, Romance, and the Price of Eggs,” Forbes, July 26, 1999.

EDWARD TELLER “Secret-Stealing, Then and Now,” New York Times, May 14, 1999; “New Ideas Are More Important Than Secrets,” Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio), May 17, 1999.

WALTER E. WILLIAMS “Who Owns Us: Ourselves? The Government?” Orange County Register, May 12, 1999.

GEORGE D. WILSON coeditor, The New Terror: Facing the Threat of Biological and Chemical Weapons (Hoover Press, 1999).

DAVID A. WISE editor, Personal Saving, Personal Choice (Hoover Press, 1999).

CHARLES WOLF JR. “Economic ‘Crisis’ in Asia Is Over,” San Jose Mercury News, April 27, 1999; “Markets, Not Architects, Will Solve Economic Crises,” Wall Street Journal, July 20, 1999.

HARRY WU “Human Rights Still Widely Violated,” San Francisco Chronicle, June 4, 1999.

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