A comprehensive listing

Saturday, January 30, 1999

DONALD ABENHEIM “Are We Watching War Transformed to a Global Brawl with New Rules, Invisible Armies?” San Jose Mercury News, August 23, 1998.

PHILIP R. ALPER “The Eddy Prescription Needs a Dose of Reality,” Medical Tribune, June 18, 1998; “How to Improve Managed Care,” Internal Medicine World Report, June 19, 1998; “Mixing Ethics and Statistics Gets on My Nerves,” Internal Medicine World Report, September 15, 1998.

MICHAEL BARONE “Back into the Melting Pot,” Weekly Standard, July 6/13, 1998; “Impeachment Unpopular? Look Deeper,” Wall Street Journal, September 18, 1998.

ROBERT J. BARRO “Why the Antitrust Cops Should Lay Off High Tech,” BusinessWeek, August 17, 1998; “Ideas and Intellectual Property Rights in the Determination of Economic Growth,” in Capital for Our Time: The Economic, Legal, and Management Challenges of Intellectual Capital, edited by Nicholas Imparato (Hoover Press, 1999).

GARY S. BECKER “A Free-Market Winner vs. a Soviet-Style Loser,” BusinessWeek, August 3, 1998; “Don't Look for Tax Cuts from This Budget Surplus,” BusinessWeek, September 14, 1998; “No Cuente con Reducción de Impuestos,” Diario las Americas (Miami), September 15, 1998.

ARNOLD BEICHMAN “Minuet of Sinister Diplomacy,” Washington Sunday Times, June 28, 1998; “Retroactive Reality: Reagan Was Right,” Washington Times, June 29, 1998; “China, Radio, and Kosovo,” Washington Sunday Times, July 12, 1998; “Beginning of an End for China’s Masters?” Washington Times, July 13, 1998; “Apologize, Mr. Rather,” Washington Times, July 15, 1998; “Journalistic Smear Campaigns—No New News,” New York Post, July 17, 1998; “Creating Luster for the Lies,” Washington Sunday Times, July 19, 1998; “Altos Impuestos y Economía Informal,” El Comerico (Lima, Peru), July 27, 1998; “From Tito to China,” Washington Times, July 28, 1998; “Amenaza Socialdemócrata,” El Mercurio (Santiago, Chile), July 28, 1998; “Peking’s Vision for Reform Unlikely to See Real Change,” Free China Journal, July 31, 1998; “Label Misapplication and Manipulation,” Washington Times, August 3, 1998; “Before There Was CNN, There Was CBS,” Washington Times, August 7, 1998; “The Tenuous Future of the Arab World,” Washington Sunday Times, August 9, 1998; “Terror Born in Iran,” Washington Times, August 11, 1998; “Charting a Drift away from the EU,” Washington Sunday Times, August 16, 1998; “The Motherland of Terror,” Washington Times, August 17, 1998; “Should Israel Let Saddam Build New Terror Tools?” Washington Times, August 17, 1998 (also New York Post, August 21, 1998); “Terrorism Rising in the Absence of Fear,” Washington Times, August 19, 1998; “Delayed Response . . . to What End?” Washington Times, August 26, 1998; “The Real Terror Threat,” Washington Times, August 28, 1998; “Crisis of Leadership in Retreat,” Washington Times, August 31, 1998; review of Man Is Wolf to Man: Surviving the Gulag, by Janusz Bardach and Kathleen Gleeson, Washington Times, September 5, 1998; “El Principio del Fin,” El Mercurio, September 5, 1998; “Towards a Republican Agenda,” Washington Times, September 14, 1998; “When Hollywood Bowed to Publishing,” The Sunday Times (London), September 20, 1998; “Deadbeat Drumbeat plus Equivocation,” The Sunday Times (London), September 27, 1998; “Swimming in History’s Stream,” The Sunday Times (London), September 27, 1998; “A Modest Proposal for Terminating Saddam,” Washington Times, September 28, 1998.

JOSEPH BERGER coauthor, Status, Power, and Legitimacy: Strategies and Theories (Transaction Publishers, 1998).

MICHAEL S. BERNSTAM coauthor, “Defusing Russia’s Bank Time Bomb,” Wall Street Journal (European edition), July 14, 1998.

TOM BETHELL “The Hazards of Charity,” American Spectator, July 1998; “Hot Property,” American Spectator, August 1998.

PETER BRIMELOW “Merger Mania?” Forbes, August 10, 1998; “Nasdaq Is Top-Heavy,” Forbes, September 7, 1998; “Mixed Blessing,” Forbes, October 5, 1998.

JOHN H. BUNZEL “Words That Smear, Like ‘Racism,’ Provoke Polarization,” San Francisco Examiner, July 26, 1998.

RICHARD BURRESS “Shadows of History,” San Jose Mercury News, September 13, 1998.

EDGARDO BUSCAGLIA coauthor, “An Economic Analysis of Legal Integration in Latin America,” Policy Studies Review 15, no. 2/3 (summer/autumn 1998).

ROBERT CONQUEST “In Celia’s Office: Orwell and the Cold War,” Times Literary Supplement, August 21, 1998.

LARRY DIAMOND coauthor, “Seymour Martin Lipset and the Study of Democracy,” Extensions (Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center), spring 1998.

PETER DUIGNAN coauthor, The Spanish Speakers in the United States: A History (University Press of America, 1998); Bilingual Education: A Critique, Hoover Essays, 1998.

JOHN B. DUNLOP Russia Confronts Chechnya: Roots of a Separatist Conflict (Cambridge University Press, 1998).

MILTON FRIEDMAN “Mr. Market” (interview by Gene Epstein), Barron’s, August 24, 1998.

GORDON M. HAHN “From Chernomyrdin to Kirienko and the Rise of the Nizhnii Novgorod Group,” Problems of Post-Communism 54, no. 5 (September–October 1998); “Clinton Losing Russia,” Moscow Times, September 2, 1998; review of The Rebirth of Russian Democracy: An Interpretation of Political Culture, by Nicolai Petro, Russian History/Histoire Russe 24, no. 4 (fall 1998).

DAVID R. HENDERSON “The Case against the Microsoft Suit,” Red Herring, August 1998; “Lucky Pair,” review of Two Lucky People, by Milton and Rose D. Friedman, Reason, August 1998; “How the Markets Beat Marx, Hands Down,” review of The Commanding Heights, by Daniel Yergin and Joseph Stanislaw, Fortune, August 3, 1998; “Endpaper: Killer Innovations,” Red Herring, September 1998; “Let Capital Flow Freely,” Wall Street Journal, September 10, 1998; “Rehabilitating the Supply Side,” Fortune, September 28, 1998; “A Communications Service,” Red Herring, October 1998.

NICHOLAS IMPARATO editor, Capital for Our Time: The Economic, Legal, and Management Challenges of Intellectual Capital (Hoover Press, 1999).

EDWARD P. LAZEAR “Intellectual Property: A Discussion of Problems and Solutions,” in Capital for Our Time: The Economic, Legal, and Management Challenges of Intellectual Capital, edited by Nicholas Imparato (Hoover Press, 1999).

SEYMOUR MARTIN LIPSET “Excerpts from Three Lectures on Democracy,” Extensions (Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center), spring 1998.

TIBOR R. MACHAN “A Web of Intrusion,” Sun Journal (New Bern, N.C.), June 19, 1998; “Exporting Jobs Isn’t Immoral,” Valley Morning Star (Harlingen, Tex.), June 24, 1998; “Union Rhetoric Denies Economic Realities,” Orange County Register, June 28, 1998; “Taxes: The Extortionist’s Tool,” Valley Morning Star, July 6, 1998; “Gambling: Everyone Must Make the Choice,” Orange County Register, July 8, 1998; “Taxes Are Unwelcome Relics from Days of Kings,” Delta Democrat Times (Greenville, Miss.), August 10, 1998; “Family, Literacy and Electronic Mail,” Journal Review (Crawfordsville, Ind.), August 12, 1998; “Founding Fathers Would Be Disappointed in Us,” Orange County Register, August 13, 1998; “Speaking the Language of Bilingual Education,” Sun Journal, August 17, 1998; “Exceptions Exist to ‘Honesty Is the Best Policy,’” Orange County Register, August 18, 1998; “The People’s Ethics and the Clinton White House,” Quay County Sun (Tucumcari, N. Mex.), August 29, 1998; “‘Inappropriate’ Hardly the Right Word,” Journal Review, September 4, 1998; “Is Man Capable of Controlling His Actions?” Orange County Register, September 9, 1998; “The Age of Amoralism,” Orange County Register, September 13, 1998; “Violating Age-Old Code of Ethics,” Boston Globe, September 15, 1998; “Clinton’s in a Dilemma on Defense,” Orange County Register, September 17, 1998; “Value of Individualism in Society,” Orange County Register, September 27, 1998; “The Panic of Mr. Soros,” Journal of Commerce, September 28, 1998.

GEORGE MAROTTA “Scrap Tax Code and Start All Over,” San Francisco Chronicle, August 12, 1998; “Ditching the U.S. Tax Code,” Washington Times, August 28, 1998 (also Daily Progress [Charlottesville, Va.], August 30, 1998).

MICHAEL McFAUL “Forget about Monica, It’s Moscow—and the Stakes Are Global,” Los Angeles Times, August 14, 1998; “A Russia Still Redeemable,” Washington Post, September 21, 1998 (also San Jose Mercury News, September 23, 1998).

HENRY I. MILLER “A Stoplight for Government Oversight?” Agro-Food Industry Hi-Tech (Milan, Italy), May/June 1998; review of The Biotech Century: Harnessing the Gene and Remaking the World, by Jeremy Rifkin, Food Technology, July 1998; “Why the FDA Wants to Limit Your Freedom,” Washington Times, July 6, 1998 (also Bridge News, July 8, 1998; Desert Dispatch [Barstow, Calif.], July 10, 1998; Waukesha Freeman [Wis.], July 13, 1998; Baltimore Sun, July 15, 1998); “Challenging the FDA,” Financial Times, July 7, 1998; “EPA Is Out to Lunch on Biotechnology Concept,” Plano Star Courier (Tex.), July 12, 1998; “A Lesson from the Biotech Revolution,” Western Livestock Report (Billings, Mont.), July 27, 1998; “Time for New Era in U.S. Food Regulation,” Bridge News, August 5, 1998; “Biotechnology and Food,” Journal of Commerce, September 1, 1998; coauthor, “A Baroque Solution to a Nonproblem,” Nature Biotechnology, August 1, 1998.

STEPHEN MOORE “Immigrants: A Surprising Fiscal Bargain,” Investor’s Business Daily, September 9, 1998.

THOMAS GALE MOORE “Global Warming Could Improve Health,” Consumers’ Research, September 1998.

JENNIFER ROBACK MORSE “A Neighborhood, Not a Village,” Forbes, September 17, 1998.

RAMON H. MYERS “Aggravating the One-China Problem,” Atlanta Journal, September 18, 1998.

ROBERT J. MYERS “Japan: Hunkering Down,” Journal of Commerce, August 19, 1998.

EDWARD NEILAN “Kim Dae-jung’s Message,” Journal of Commerce, June 23, 1998; “Clinton-khan in China,” Journal of Commerce, June 26, 1998; “China’s Next ‘Helmsman’?” Journal of Commerce, July 10, 1998; “Japan Bashing Is Back,” Journal of Commerce, August 7, 1998; “The Forgotten Holocaust,” Japan Times, August 31, 1998; “Shredding an Image,” Journal of Commerce, September 18, 1998.

ALVIN RABUSHKA “On Sale Now: Japan,” Wall Street Journal, August 19, 1998; coauthor, “Defusing Russia’s Bank Time Bomb,” Wall Street Journal (European edition), July 14, 1998.

WILLIAM RATLIFF “Politics Bends the Law in Latin America,” Policy Studies Review 15, no. 2/3 (summer/autumn 1998); “To See the Future of China, One Must Walk in Its Past,” San Diego Union-Tribune, July 5, 1998 (also Washington Sunday Times, July 12, 1998); “China: Permanencia y Cambio,” El Economista (Mexico City), July 8, 1998 (also El Panama America [Panama], July 12, 1998); “Of Rights and the Great Wall,” Washington Times, July 12, 1998; “China Is Changing from Within,” San Francisco Chronicle, July 23, 1998; “Which Is the Greater Threat to Security?” Washington Times, July 31, 1998; “It’s Time for the U.S. to End the Cold War in the Caribbean and Lift the Cuba Embargo,” San Jose Mercury News, August 2, 1998; “Sincere Apology Is a Good Start,” South China Morning Post, August 14, 1998.

PAUL RICH coauthor, “Banana Policy-Making in the Era of Democratization,” Policy Studies Review 15, no. 2/3 (summer/autumn 1998); coauthor, Eric Voegelin and the Post–Cold War Era, Hoover Working Paper series in International Studies, August 1998.

PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS “High Court Ruling Helps Clinton Avoid Telling Truth,” Human Events, July 3, 1998; “Why Defense Secretary William Cohen Has Got to Go,” Human Events, July 10, 1998; “PRO: Government Cannot Commit Crimes to Secure Convictions,” Human Events, July 24, 1998; “In Case of Emergency, Don’t Call Government,” Investor’s Business Daily, August 4, 1998; “What Happened to Economics?” Investor’s Business Daily, September 8, 1998.

PETER ROBINSON response to essay by William F. Buckley Jr., “U.S. v. Clinton,” National Review, September 28, 1998.

PAUL ROMER “It’s All in Your Head,” Outlook (Andersen Consulting), no. 1 (1998).

HENRY S. ROWEN “Is China Becoming Democratic?” American Enterprise, July/August 1998.

PETER SCHWEIZER “Firing Offenses,” National Review, August 17, 1998.

AMITY SHLAES “School Choice Isn’t a New Idea,” Wall Street Journal, October 1, 1998.

ABRAHAM D. SOFAER “A Five-Point Plan for Battling Terrorists,” San Jose Mercury News, September 6, 1998; “Comment: Issues in Law, Regulation, and Property Rights,” in Capital for Our Time: The Economic, Legal, and Management Challenges of Intellectual Capital, edited by Nicholas Imparato (Hoover Press, 1999).

THOMAS SOWELL “Educators Act as if They’re above the Law,” Press-Telegram (Long Beach, Calif.), June 26, 1998; “Microsoft: Antitrust Law Isn’t Really a Law,” Orange County Register, July 2, 1998; “Era of Liberal Black ‘Leadership’ May Be Ending,” Human Events, July 3, 1998; “Two Books for the Price of One,” Forbes, July 6, 1998; “The Dumbing-Down of Antitrust Cases,” Orange County Register, July 7, 1998; “Government’s Next Target: Gun Manufacturers,” Atlanta Journal, July 7, 1998; “Tenured Dumbness Permeates Our Schools,” Atlanta Journal, July 10, 1998 (also Orange County Register, July 13, 1998); “Honest History,” Press-Telegram, July 13, 1998; “Where Is Black ‘Leadership’ Leading?” Press-Telegram, July 14, 1998; “Tired Cries of Discrimination Don’t Match the Big Picture,” Atlanta Journal, July 16, 1998; “Black Leaders Are Leading Black People Astray,” Orange County Register, July 23, 1998; “Geography Discriminates More Than Man Does,” Atlanta Journal, July 23, 1998; “Liberals Endanger Public with Push for Gun Locks,” Human Events, July 24, 1998; “Investigation Much More Than Imagination,” Atlanta Journal, July 27, 1998; “No One Could Have Dreamed This Up,” Press-Telegram, July 27, 1998; “Secret Service Furor Shows Misplaced Priorities,” Atlanta Journal, July 28, 1998; “Justice Clarence Thomas and Racial Progress,” Orange County Register, July 31, 1998; “Of ‘Fairness,’ Liberals and Environmental Nazis,” Atlanta Journal, July 31, 1998 (also Orange County Register, August 3, 1998); “Truth Is Unlikely to Sway Racial Demagogues,” Atlanta Journal, August 3, 1998; “Little Chance This Walrus Will Fly,” Atlanta Journal, August 7, 1998 (also Press-Telegram, August 7, 1998); “Anti-American Americans,” Forbes, August 10, 1998; “Don’t Expect Honesty Today from Clinton,” Orange County Register, August 17, 1998; “‘Children of Letters’ Can Waste Precious Time,” Orange County Register, August 18, 1998; “‘Crisis’ a Figment of Liberals’ Imagination,” Atlanta Journal, August 18, 1998 (also Human Events, August 28, 1998); “Clinton and His Allies Have Played Us for Fools,” Press-Telegram, August 19, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, August 20, 1998); “Scandal Puts the Public on Trial,” Atlanta Journal, August 25, 1998; “Reflections on Bill Clinton’s ‘Good Job,’” Press-Telegram, August 26, 1998 (also Orange County Register, August 27, 1998); “Twilight of Independent Counsels Is at Hand,” Orange County Register, September 1, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, September 1, 1998); “The Clinton Lexicon and Corruption,” Orange County Register, September 3, 1998; “Classroom Letter-Writing Campaigns Send Wrong Message,” Human Events, September 4, 1998; “Random Thoughts on the Passing Scene,” Orange County Register, September 7, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, September 9, 1998); “Stocks a Better Investment Than Social Security,” Atlanta Journal, September 11, 1998; “Stock Market Blues and Long-Term Investing,” Orange County Register, September 11, 1998; “Showdown,” Orange County Register, September 13, 1998; “The Moment of Truth,” Press-Telegram, September 14, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, September 15, 1998); “First Lady’s Hands Far from Clean,” Atlanta Journal, September 16, 1998; “The Schools Use Our Children as Guinea Pigs,” Orange County Register, September 16, 1998; “An Outbreak of Sanity,” Forbes, September 17, 1998; “More than One Clinton Follows Same Game Plan,” Atlanta Journal, September 18, 1998; “Bundled Up,” Forbes, September 21, 1998; “Detailed Guide to Colleges Sets Higher Standard,” Press-Telegram, September 24, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, September 25, 1998); “Busybodies Wield Too Much Power,” Press-Telegram; September 28, 1998; “After All the Hullabaloo, Babe’s the Greatest,” Orange County Register, September 30, 1998.

RICHARD F. STAAR “Solidarity’s Marian Krzaklewski: Betting Is That He Will Be Poland’s Next President,” Pittsburgh Tribune Review, March 24, 1998; “Why NATO Should Expand,” Mediterranean Quarterly 9, no. 3 (summer 1998); “Russia’s Navy Remains in Decline,” Proceedings (of the U.S. Naval Institute) 124, no. 8 (August 1998).

SHELBY STEELE A Dream Deferred: The Second Betrayal of Black Freedom in America (HarperCollins, 1998).

WANG YU-SAN “Erratic Policies by Peking Fuel Separatism in Xinjiang,” Free China Journal, August 28, 1998.

CHARLES WOLF JR. “China’s Misguided Growth Plan,” Wall Street Journal, July 21, 1998; “An Economist Beats Jetlag,” Wall Street Journal, August 5, 1998.

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