A comprehensive listing

Friday, April 30, 1999

PHILIP R. ALPER “Delivered into the Hands of the HMOs,” Wall Street Journal, November 16, 1998; “Can Doctors Be Trusted?” Internal Medicine World Report, December 1998.

ROBERT J. BARRO “What Might Save Russia: Tying the Ruble to the Dollar,” BusinessWeek, September 28, 1998; “Malaysia Could Do Worse Than This Economic Plan,” BusinessWeek, November 2, 1998; “The IMF Doesn’t Put Out Fires, It Starts Them,” BusinessWeek, December 7, 1998.

GARY S. BECKER “You Want High Returns? Brace Yourself for High Risk,” BusinessWeek, October 19, 1998; “Only Labor Reform Will Get Europe Working Again,” BusinessWeek, November 23, 1998; “How the U.S. Handcuffed the Crime Rate,” BusinessWeek, December 28, 1998.

ARNOLD BEICHMAN “Who Lost Ukraine?” Washington Times, October 2, 1998; “Warren Christopher: Swimming in History’s Stream,” Washington Times, October 5, 1998; “Russia’s Money Trail,” Washington Times, October 12, 1998; “Grand Theft in Russia to the Tune of $50–100 Billion,” Washington Times, October 19, 1998; “A Lethal Soviet Alliance,” Washington Times, October 21, 1998; “Elevating Images over Reality in Iran,” Washington Sunday Times, October 25, 1998; “Seoul’s Troubled Signals,” Washington Times, November 2, 1998; “Ted’s Reds: Ted Turner Presents the Cold War on CNN,” Weekly Standard, November 2, 1998; “The GOP Is Healthier Than It Thinks,” Washington Times, November 9, 1998; “Ear to the Global Currents of Change,” Washington Times, November 14, 1998; “McCarthyism Revisited,” Washington Times, November 16, 1998; “Seamless New Battleground,” Washington Times, November 20, 1998; “Dystopian Visions,” Washington Times, November 25, 1998; “We Wouldn’t Treat a Tyrant Like We Treat Taiwan,” Washington Times, December 7, 1998; “Guilty as Charged,” Weekly Standard, December 14, 1998; “The Return of Feliks Dzerzhinsky,” Washington Times, December 14, 1998; “Return of the Red Terror,” Washington Times, December 21, 1998; “Out of Control,” Washington Times, December 28, 1998.

DAVID BRADY “Corporate Megamerger Fallacies,” Washington Times, November 13, 1998.

JOHN H. BUNZEL “Are Ethnic Studies Separate or Equal?” Los Angeles Times, November 8, 1998 (also Seattle Times, November 12, 1998; Sunday Times [Pleasanton, Calif.], November 15, 1998; Washington Sunday Times, November 15, 1998).

DAVID EPSTEIN “Integrity: Voters Made a Deal with Clinton When They Elected Him,” San Jose Mercury News, October 12, 1998.

MILTON FRIEDMAN “Clear Lessons to Be Learnt from the East Asian Episode,” Times (London), October 12, 1998; “Markets to the Rescue,” Wall Street Journal, October 13, 1998 (also Wall Street Journal, European edition, October 14, 1998; Orange County Register, October 16, 1998); “Is the World Flirting with a Global Liquidity Trap?” International Economy, November–December 1998; “A Primer on Exchange Rates,” Forbes, November 2, 1998; “On School Vouchers,” Chronicles (Rockford, Ill.), December 1998; “Confirmed Convictions” (interview by Christopher Regan), World Economic Affairs 2, no. 3 (winter 1999); “‘Live’ with TAE” (interview with Milton and Rose Friedman), American Enterprise, January–February 1999.

STEPHEN HABER coauthor, “Political Instability and Economic Performance: Evidence from Revolutionary Mexico,” World Politics 51 (October 1998).

GORDON M. HAHN “Gosudarstvo, obshchestvo i nestabil’nost’ v Rossii” (State, society, and instability), VIP (Moscow) 2, no. 11 (November 1998); “V CShA ne khoteli raspada SSSR: Otkrovennye priznaniya byvshego sovetologa” (In the U.S. they did not want the breakup of the USSR: The candid acknowledgments of a former sovietologist) (interview), Novie Izvestiya (Russia), November 6, 1998.

DAVID R. HENDERSON “The Econoclast: A Communications Service,” Red Herring, October 1998; “Minimum Wage + $1 = More Poverty,” Fortune, October 12, 1998; “Celebrate Your Wealth,” Red Herring, November 1998; “The Voice of Choice,” Red Herring, December 1998; “Thank You, William H. Meckling,” Red Herring, January 1999.

NICHOLAS IMPARATO “Democracy, Innovation, and the Enterprise,” Intelligent Enterprise (San Mateo, Calif.), October 1, 1998; “Transitions and the Fortune 500,” Intelligent Enterprise, November 1, 1998; “Racing with Innovation,” Intelligent Enterprise, December 1, 1998.

ROBERT LENZNER “It’s the Taxes, Stupid,” Forbes, November 2, 1998; “There Is No Free Lunch,” Forbes, November 2, 1998.

SEYMOUR MARTIN LIPSET “Out of the Alcoves,” Wilson Quarterly 23, no. 1 (winter 1999).

TIBOR R. MACHAN “Case against Microsoft Is Populism Gone Mad,” Orange County Register, November 4, 1998 (also Lima News [Ohio], November 8, 1998; Modesto Bee [Calif.], November 8, 1998; Northwest Florida Daily News [Fort Walton Beach, Fla.], November 29, 1998; Savannah Morning News, November 30, 1998); “Stalemate in D.C.: Maybe It’s a Good Thing,” Orange County Register, October 5, 1998; “Virtue versus Virtuosity: Clinton’s Dire Dilemma,” National Law Journal, October 5, 1998; “Gridlock Cuts Government Power,” Journal Review (Crawfordsville, Ind.), October 14, 1998; “Animal Rights Activists Are a Confused Bunch,” Orange County Register, October 28, 1998; “Nothing Wrong with Gates Playing Hardball Game,” Los Angeles Daily News, November 8, 1998; “Caveat Emptor,” Saint Paul Pioneer Press, November 11, 1998; “Vouchers a Small Step in Reforming Schools,” Orange County Register, November 12, 1998; “The Right to Die Is Another of Our Freedoms,” Orange County Register, November 30, 1998; “Whose Job Is It to Eliminate Life’s Risks?” Orange County Register, December 8, 1998; “How Downsizing Fits in a Free Market,” Orange County Register, December 15, 1998; “How a Private Affair Led to Public Perjury,” Orange County Register, December 17, 1998; “Why Is ‘Big Business’ So Often the Target?” Orange County Register, December 23, 1998; coauthor, The Business of Commerce: Examining an Honorable Profession (Hoover Press, 1999).

MICHAEL McFAUL coauthor, “A Flawed Pragmatism,” Moscow Times, October 10, 1998.

JOSEPH D. McNAMARA “Hi-Tech Security: Encryption Follies,” Vital Speeches of the Day, November 1, 1998 (speech delivered at San Jose, California, to San Jose Rotary Club, September 16, 1998).

LAWRENCE J. McQUILLAN “Highway Hogs,” Carolina Journal 8, no. 2 (October–November 1998); coeditor, The International Monetary Fund: Financial Medic to the World (Hoover Press, 1999).

HENRY I. MILLER “Failed FDA Reform,” Regulation, summer 1998; “New FDA Appointment Offers Food for Thought,” Nature Biotechnology 16 (October 1998); “Sick Process,” Red Herring, October 1998; “Californian Collaboration,” Financial Times, October 26, 1998; “Dr. Bob, Heal Thyself,” San Jose Mercury News, November 23, 1998; “Japan Shouldn’t Fear Thick-Skinned Tomatoes,” Wall Street Journal, Asian edition, November 23, 1998; “Political Angles at the FDA,” Washington Times, December 7, 1998; “Why It Takes a Village to Afford a Prescription,” San Jose Mercury News, December 7, 1998; “Biotech Scare Is Industry’s Fault,” Wall Street Journal, December 16, 1998; “Ice-Fighting Bacterium Didn’t Make It; Neither Did State’s Citrus Crop,” San Jose Mercury News, December 28, 1998; “Another Rule Snags Drug Development,” Journal of Commerce, December 29, 1998; “Regulations Hinder Important Crop Advances,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 29, 1998; “The EPA’s Bad Orange,” Washington Times, December 31, 1998.

PETER C. MONTGOMERY coeditor, The International Monetary Fund: Financial Medic to the World (Hoover Press, 1999).

JENNIFER ROBACK MORSE “Chopping the Family Tree,” Forbes, October 5, 1998; “Marx and Marriage,” Forbes, October 19, 1998; “Practice Not What Ye Preach,” Forbes, November 16, 1998; “The Truth about Day Care,” Forbes, December 14, 1998.

ROBERT J. MYERS U.S. Foreign Policy in the Twenty-First Century: The Relevance of Realism (Louisiana State University Press, 1999).

EDWARD NEILAN “A Top-10 List for Asian Region,” Journal of Commerce, October 9, 1998; “Japan Takes Diplomatic Limelight,” Journal of Commerce, November 6, 1998; “APEC, Asean and the Challenge,” Journal of Commerce, November 13, 1998; “Local Race Defines Taiwan Scene,” Journal of Commerce, December 3, 1998; “Singapore Justice for Clinton?” Journal of Commerce, December 21, 1998; “Study One of History’s Great Naval War Machines,” review of KAIGUN: Strategy, Tactics, and Technology in the Imperial Japanese Navy 1887–1941, by David C. Evans and Mark R. Peattie, Japan Times, December 22, 1998; “Hong Kong Losing Identity,” Journal of Commerce, December 24, 1998.

ALVIN RABUSHKA “Flatten the Payroll Tax, Too,” Wall Street Journal, December 4, 1998.

WILLIAM RATLIFF “The Americas,” Wall Street Journal, October 23, 1998; “An Opening for U.S., Cuba?” Miami Herald, November 3, 1998; “Movement on Cuba Policy?” Washington Times, December 10, 1998; “An Opportunity and a Warning for Latin America,” Los Angeles Times, December 11, 1998; “When to Punish Those Who Trample Human Rights, When to Forgive Them?” San Diego Union-Tribune, December 20, 1998; “U.S. Embargo Aids Castro,” San Francisco Chronicle, December 31, 1998; “Double Standards Sully Rights Activism,” San Jose Mercury News, January 31, 1999.

RITA RICARDO-CAMPBELL “Reforming Social Security, Slowly,” Washington Times, October 13, 1998.

PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS “A Global Shortage of Money?” Investor’s Business Daily, October 5, 1998; “Why You Should Vote on Tuesday,” Investor’s Business Daily, November 2, 1998; “Clinton Quota Scheme Poisons U.S. Military,” Human Events, November 6, 1998.

PETER ROBINSON “Sincerely, Mom,” Forbes ASAP, November 30, 1998.

DONALD RUMSFELD “Surprise, Surprise,” National Review, December 7, 1998.

PETER SCHWEIZER “Get Allies and Get Saddam, or Get Out,” USA Today, November 17, 1998; coauthor, “A Strategy with No End,” USA Today, December 18, 1998; “Bad Imitation,” National Review, December 31, 1998.

AMITY SHLAES The Greedy Hand: How Taxes Drive Americans Crazy and What to Do about It (Random House, 1999); “Privatize Social Security? Not Like This,” Wall Street Journal, December 7, 1998.

S. FRED SINGER “Scientific Case against the Global Climate Treaty,” Environmental Geology 35, no. 4 (September 1998); “Cancer Risk Analysis: Major Policy Changes on the Way?” The Scientist, October 26, 1998.

KIRON SKINNER coauthor, “The Myth of Democratic Pacifism,” Wall Street Journal, January 7, 1999.

ABRAHAM D. SOFAER “U.S. Acted Legally in Foreign Raids/U.S. Acted Legally on Terrorists,” New York Newsday, October 19, 1998.

THOMAS SOWELL Barbarians inside the Gates and Other Controversial Essays (Hoover Press, 1999); “Finally, the White House Spins out of Control,” Atlanta Journal, September 15, 1998; “A Much-Needed Guide to Colleges,” Press-Telegram (Long Beach, Calif.), September 24, 1998; “Even McGwire Can’t Meet Ruthian Standards,” Atlanta Journal, October 2, 1998; “Race, Culture, and Equality,” Forbes, October 5, 1998; “Starr’s Real Crime: Telling Truth about Clinton,” Atlanta Journal, October 6, 1998; “‘Impeachment’ Is Not a Dirty Word,” Orange County Register, October 7, 1998; “Standards for Impeachment Stand on Their Own,” Atlanta Journal, October 9, 1998; “Americans Can’t Shirk Their Sense of Duty,” Press-Telegram, October 13, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, October 16, 1998); “Art of the Deal Proves Harmful to Democracy,” Atlanta Journal, October 13, 1998; “‘Duty’ and ‘Judgment’ Are Back in Fashion,” Orange County Register, October 13, 1998; “Heredity-Environment Debate Is Complicated,” Atlanta Journal, October 14, 1998; “It’s Matt Fong vs. Lightweight Barbara Boxer,” Orange County Register, October 16, 1998; “Bill and Hillary Both Operate Like Crooks,” Human Events, October 16, 1998; “Claims of Partisanship Are Unfair,” Atlanta Journal, October 23, 1998; “Race in California Pits Style against Substance,” Atlanta Journal, October 27, 1998; “Sadly, Republicans Don’t Do Education,” Atlanta Journal, October 28, 1998; “Election Thoughts, from Apathy to ‘Social Justice,’” Atlanta Journal, October 30, 1998; “Voters Have a Good Reason to Do Their Duty,” Atlanta Journal, November 2, 1998; “‘Poverty Pimps’ Earn Their Livelihood Off Poor,” Atlanta Journal, November 3, 1998; “A Selective Form of Moral Outrage,” Press-Telegram, November 6, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, November 10, 1998); “If You Don’t Make Waves, You Get Swamped,” Atlanta Journal, November 6, 1998; “Kenneth Starr’s Real Crime,” Human Events, November 6, 1998; “Republicans Muted Their Messages and Paid for It in the Votes,” Orange County Register, November 6, 1998; “Campaign Finance ‘Reforms’ Offer No Solution,” Atlanta Journal, November 13, 1998; “Students Learn They Have to Earn Scholarships,” Atlanta Journal, November 13, 1998; “Will the GOP Ever Learn?” Human Events, November 20, 1998; “Views on Crime, Choices, Labels, and Politics,” Orange County Register, November 23, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, November 24, 1998); “Rude, Childish Behavior Marred Hearing,” Press-Telegram, November 26, 1998; “Titanic Problems in Academe,” Forbes, November 30, 1998; “Verbal Crusade Won’t Ease Poverty, Hunger,” Atlanta Journal, December 2, 1998; “There’s No Free Lunch in Health Care, Either,” Atlanta Journal, December 4, 1998 (also Orange County Register, December 7, 1998); “Nonprofit Universities Could Use Competition,” Atlanta Journal, December 11, 1998; “Only Doubt Is House’s Integrity,” Atlanta Journal, December 15, 1998; “Impeachment: Response Is What Matters Most,” Atlanta Journal, December 16, 1998; “Americans Must Stand Tall on Impeachment,” Human Events, December 18, 1998; “Debunking the Myths of Impeachment,” Orange County Register, December 22, 1998; “Home of World-Class Hypocrisy,” Atlanta Journal, December 23, 1998; “A University That Tilts at Academic Arrogance,” Orange County Register, December 28, 1998; “A Senate Trial Won’t Cause the Sky to Fall,” Atlanta Journal, December 29, 1998; “Question if Clinton Will Be Tried as an Adult,” Atlanta Journal, December 30, 1998.

RICHARD F. STAAR “Russia’s Military: Corruption in the Higher Ranks,” Perspective (Boston University, Institute for the Study of Conflict, Ideology & Policy) 9, no. 2 (November–December 1998); “Tarnished Big Brass in Russia,” Sunday Times (London), December 20, 1998.

WALTER E. WILLIAMS More Liberty Means Less Government: Our Founders Knew This Well (Hoover Press, 1999).

CHARLES WOLF JR. “A Quantum Leap,” Wall Street Journal, December 8, 1998; coauthor, “How to Save Japan from Its Own Rescue Plans,” Wall Street Journal, October 20, 1998.