A comprehensive listing

Friday, October 30, 1998

PHILIP R. ALPER “What Does ‘HMO’ Really Mean?” Internal Medicine World Report, March 1–14, 1998; “How to Cheat a Doc—Fiddling with Capitation Payments; Also: A Proposed Solution,” Internal Medicine World Report, March 15, 1998; “Prognosis Guarded for Gatekeeping,” Internal Medicine World Report, April 1998; “Old Medications Never Die—They Just Fade Away,” Internal Medicine World Report, May 1–14, 1998.

MICHAEL BARONE “Voters Are Ready for Social Security Reform,” Wall Street Journal, May 7, 1998; “The Big Enchilada: Who Will Govern the Golden State?” Weekly Standard, May 18, 1998; “California Voting,” Weekly Standard, June 15, 1998; “The Last Laugh,” Weekly Standard, June 15, 1998.

ROBERT J. BARRO “The East Asian Tigers Have Plenty to Roar About,” BusinessWeek, April 27, 1998; “Don’t Tinker with Social Security, Reinvent It,” BusinessWeek, June 8, 1998; “Why Eastern Germany Still Lags,” Wall Street Journal, June 11, 1998 (also Wall Street Journal [Asian edition], June 12, 1998, and [European edition], June 16, 1998); “Milton Friedman: Being Right Is the Best Revenge,” BusinessWeek, July 13, 1998.

ROBERT J. BARRO “So You Want to Hire the Beautiful. Well, Why Not?” BusinessWeek, March 16, 1998.

GARY S. BECKER “Good-bye, Tollbooths and Traffic Jams?” BusinessWeek, May 18, 1998; “What’s Wrong with a Centralized Europe? Plenty,” BusinessWeek, June 29, 1998; coauthor, “Let’s Revamp the Tax Code—but How?” Wall Street Journal, April 15, 1998.

ARNOLD BEICHMAN “Welcome to Suhartia,” Washington Times, April 13, 1998; “Reckless Sex and National Security,” Washington Times, April 22, 1998; “Menace in Malaysia,” Washington Times, May 22, 1998; “Muddling through Our Policies on Iran,” Washington Times, June 2, 1998; “Dreaming of the Marxist Revival,” Washington Times, June 4, 1998; “Cajoling Funds for the World’s Swindlers,” Washington Times, June 5, 1998; “Taxed Underground,” Washington Times, June 9, 1998; “Confessions in the Boutique,” Washington Times, June 16, 1998; “Favorable to China?” Washington Times, June 19, 1998; “Retroactive Reality,” Washington Times, June 21, 1998; “Turf Tiffs That Can Come with the Job,” Washington Times, June 23, 1998.

MICHAEL S. BERNSTAM coauthor, Fixing Russia’s Banks: A Proposal for Growth (Hoover Press, 1998); coauthor, “Russia’s Banks Need to Be Reformed, Not Rescued,” Wall Street Journal, July 15, 1998.

TOM BETHELL The Noblest Triumph: Property and Prosperity through the Ages (St. Martin’s Press, 1998); “California at the Polls,” American Spectator, May 1998; “Falling on the Ball,” American Spectator, June 1998.

PETER BRIMELOW “Home $weet Home,” Forbes, April 20, 1998; “Julian Simon and Me,” Forbes, April 20, 1998; “Gold Miners versus Haberdashers,” Forbes, May 4, 1998; “Families under Stress,” Forbes, May 18, 1998; “Human Capital: A Chat with Thomas Sowell,” Forbes, July 6, 1998.

BRUCE BUENO de MESQUITA “Bomb Tests: What India Really Wants,” msnbc.com (on-line), May 20, 1998.

JOHN H. BUNZEL Affirmative Action in Higher Education: A Dilemma of Conflicting Principles, Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1998.

CHRISTOPHER CALDWELL “Clinton, Blair, and Vichy: A Sorry Performance,” Weekly Standard, May 4, 1998; “The Southern Captivity of the GOP,” Atlantic Monthly, June 1998; “A Fish Called Darwin,” Weekly Standard, June 22, 1998.

LINDA CHAO coauthor, “China’s Consumer Revolution: The 1990s and Beyond,” Journal of Contemporary China 7, no. 18 (1998).

JOHN F. COGAN The Congressional Response to Social Security Surpluses, 1935–1994, Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1998; “Social Security Surpluses Never Last,” Wall Street Journal, July 31, 1998.

ELENA S. DANIELSON “The Cover” (essay on Herbert Hoover’s personal library and the design of his bookplate), Libraries & Culture, spring 1998.

PETER DUIGNAN “Ethnic Politics Fails Our Schoolchildren,” Los Angeles Times, May 26, 1998.

JOHN B. DUNLOP “The Uncertain State of Russian-Chechen Relations,” Analysis of Current Events, March/April 1998.

WILLIAMSON M. EVERS editor, What’s Gone Wrong in America’s Classrooms (Hoover Press, 1998).

MILTON FRIEDMAN “Let’s Revamp the Tax Code—but How?” Wall Street Journal, April 15, 1998.

GORDON M. HAHN “Kirienko and the Rise of the ‘Nizhegorod’ Group,” Analysis of Current Events, May 1998.

ROBERT E. HALL “Antitrust Excess?” New York Times, May 20, 1998.

DAVID R. HENDERSON “The Case against Antitrust,” Fortune, April 27, 1998; “Just Sell Them the Goods,” Red Herring, May 1998; “The Entrepreneur as Moral Hero,” Red Herring, July 1998.

THOMAS H. HENRIKSEN “Recent Appraisals of Portugal’s African Wars,” review of Counterinsurgency in Africa, by John P. Cann, and Violence in Southern Africa, edited by William Gutteridge and J. E. Spence, Portuguese Studies Review, fall–winter 1997–1998; “Time to End Sanctions against North Korea,” Washington Times, April 27, 1998; “NATO Vote Will Bolster European Democracy,” San Jose Mercury News, May 3, 1998.

ALEX INKELES One World Emerging? Convergence and Divergence in Industrial Societies (Westview Press, 1998); “Surveying Postmaterialism,” review of Modernization and Postmodernization: Cultural, Economic, and Political Change in 43 Societies, by Ronald Inglehart, Journal of Democracy, April 1998.

DANIEL KESSLER coauthor, “Smoke and Mirrors,” Stanford Business, June 1998.

MELVYN KRAUSS “Sanctions Don’t Stop Nukes,” Wall Street Journal, May 22, 1998.

EDWARD P. LAZEAR Personnel Economics for Managers (John Wiley & Sons, 1998).

SEYMOUR MARTIN LIPSET “Sociology and the New Labor Movement: American Union Density in Comparative Perspective,” Contemporary Sociology 27, no. 2 (1998).

TIBOR MACHAN “AARP Turns Extortion into a Group Activity,” Arizona Republic, April 10, 1998; “We Use a Double Standard for Child Criminals,” Orange County Register, April 30, 1998; “A Kinder IRS Still Does Extortionist’s Work,” Orange County Register, May 8, 1998; “The Double Standard on Conflicts of Interest,” Orange County Register, May 13, 1998; “Sinatra Helped Give Me a Star to Steer By,” Orange County Register, May 19, 1998.

GEORGE MAROTTA “Dump Tax Code and Start Anew,” San Francisco Chronicle, April 15, 1998; “‘Tax Freedom Day’ Comes Later Every Year,” Arizona Republic, May 4, 1998.

MICHAEL McFAUL “Russia: The Sky Has Not Fallen,” Washington Post, May 19, 1998; “Russia Needs True Reform, Not Higher Taxes,” New York Times, August 4, 1998.

WILLIAM McGURN “Hayek’s Children: An Idea Grows in China,” Far Eastern Economic Review, May 14, 1998 (also appeared, slightly abridged, in the Wall Street Journal, May 12, 1998).

JOSEPH D. McNAMARA (interview), Government Technology, April 1998.

HENRY I. MILLER “The Cutting Edge of Cutting Calories,” Washington Times, April 16, 1998; “The UN Stumbles over the Issue of Biosafety,” BridgeNews Forum, April 21, 1998; “Olestra Should Be Allowed in More Foods,” Food Technology, May 1998; “The U.N.’s Nondiplomatic Agenda,” San Diego Union-Tribune, May 6, 1998; “Don’t Kill Biotech’s Promise,” Journal of Commerce, May 11, 1998; “A Lesson from the Biotech Revolution,” BridgeNews, May 28, 1998; “Why Biotech Ages Better than Its Constant Critic,” San Diego Union-Tribune, June 4, 1998; “Battle of Bulge Weapon Deployment Stalled by FDA,” Plano Star Courier (Tex.), June 5, 1998; “Bio-Engineering vs. Bio-Engineering,” San Francisco Chronicle, June 16, 1998; “No Need to Fear Mutant Peaches,” Wall Street Journal (European edition), June 23, 1998; “The Wrong Choice for the FDA,” Wall Street Journal, June 26, 1998.

JONGRYN MO coeditor, Democracy and the Korean Economy (Hoover Press, 1998).

THOMAS GALE MOORE “Red Flags on Green Issues,” Philadelphia Inquirer, April 22, 1998; “Global Warming Benefits May Exceed Risks,” Environment News, May 1998.

JENNIFER ROBACK MORSE “Natural Law and Modern Economics,” Religion and Liberty 8, no. 2 (March–April 1998); “Why the Market Can’t Raise Our Children for Us,” American Enterprise, May–June 1998.

ROBERT MORTON “A World of Unreported News,” Washington Times, April 5, 1998.

RAMON H. MYERS coauthor, “China’s Consumer Revolution: The 1990s and Beyond,” Journal of Contemporary China 7, no. 18 (1998); review of Salt of the Earth: The Political Origins of Peasant Protest and Communist Revolution in China, by Ralph A. Thaxton Jr., Pacific Affairs, April–June 1998.

ROBERT J. MYERS “Global vs. National Interest,” Journal of Commerce, April 9, 1998.

EDWARD NEILAN “Keep the Wine Flowing,” Journal of Commerce, May 14, 1998; “Clinton’s China Trek,” Journal of Commerce, May 21, 1998; “China’s Biggest City Takes on the Look of the Future,” Japan Times, June 3, 1998; “Virtual Paper Stings Hong Kong Daily,” Editor & Publisher, June 6, 1998.

WILLIAM J. PERRY “Information Technology as a Force Multiplier,” Red Herring, June 1998.

ALVIN RABUSHKA coauthor, Fixing Russia’s Banks: A Proposal for Growth (Hoover Press, 1998); coauthor, Hong Kong under Chinese Rule: The First Year, Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1998; coauthor, “Russia’s Banks Need to Be Reformed, Not Rescued,” Wall Street Journal, July 15, 1998.

WILLIAM RATLIFF “La Mordaza del Exilio sobre el Pentágono,” Miami Herald, April 14, 1998; “Lessons of the Santiago Summit,” Washington Sunday Times, April 26, 1998; “Speaking Volumes at the Polls,” Washington Sunday Times, May 31, 1998.

PAUL RICH coauthor, “Post-NAFTA Political Science in North America: Political Culture, Seymour Martin Lipset, and ‘Continental Divides,’” Canadian Review of American Studies 27, no. 3 (1997); coauthor, “Ritual in the Service of the State,” Hoover Working Paper series in International Studies, June 1998.

PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS “Microsoft Is the Victim of a Legal Mugging,” BusinessWeek, April 13, 1998; “Libyan Lesson on Extraterritorial Justice,” Washington Times (national weekly edition), April 27–May 3, 1998; “A Bill of Attainder for Microsoft,” Investor’s Business Daily, May 18, 1998; “The Theme Is Liberty,” Human Events, June 12, 1998; “Scandal Shields Clinton from India’s Fallout,” Insight on the News, June 15, 1998; “Have U.S. Elites Betrayed America?” Human Events, June 19, 1998; “New Legs for the Bull Market,” Investor’s Business Daily, June 22, 1998.

PETER ROBINSON “Faith and Reason, Together Again,” Wall Street Journal, June 12, 1998.

AMITY SHLAES “Whither the Tax Revolt?” Wall Street Journal, June 5, 1998; “The Next Big Free-Market Thing,” Wall Street Journal, July 9, 1998.

GEORGE P. SHULTZ coauthor, Economic Policy beyond the Headlines, second edition (University of Chicago Press, 1998).

THOMAS SOWELL Conquests & Cultures: An International History (Basic Books, 1998); Race, Culture, and Equality, Hoover Essays, 1998; “Hitler, Goebbels Take Revenge on U.S. Politics,” Atlanta Journal, April 3, 1998; “President Could Be ‘Vindicated’ Only by a Jury,” Atlanta Journal, April 7, 1998; “Random Thoughts on the Passing Parade,” Atlanta Journal, April 8, 1998 (also Orange County Register, April 13, 1998); “The ‘Bundling’ Dilemma,” Press-Telegram (Long Beach, Calif.), April 10, 1998; “And Thereafter Clinton in Africa,” Press-Telegram, April 15, 1998; “Millennial Politics,” Forbes, April 20, 1998; “The ‘Bad Teachers’ and Help in Spotting Them,” Orange County Register, April 22, 1998; “Strange Rules to Level the Playing Field,” Press-Telegram, April 22, 1998; “Environment for Uncovering Egos,” Atlanta Journal, April 24, 1998; “‘Playing It Safe’ Can Be a Dangerous Business,” Orange County Register, April 29, 1998; “It’s Time to Abolish Adolescence,” Press-Telegram, May 1, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, May 1, 1998); “Joe McCarthy Lives Again in the News Media,” Orange County Register, May 7, 1998; “Random Thoughts on the Passing Parade,” Orange County Register, May 11, 1998; “Clinton’s Self-Serving Stance Humiliates Israel,” Atlanta Journal, May 15, 1998; “Instructions That Do Not Instruct,” Forbes, May 18, 1998; “Late-Talking Children May Be Smart but Silent,” Orange County Register, May 18, 1998; “Lewinsky’s Lawyer Painting Her into a Corner,” Press-Telegram, May 18, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, May 19, 1998); “There’s Blame to Go around in Indonesia,” Orange County Register, May 21, 1998; “The U.S. Media Continue to Miss the Point,” Press-Telegram, May 22, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, May 26, 1998; Orange County Register, May 28, 1998); “The Insulation of the Left,” Press-Telegram, May 29, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, May 29, 1998); “Stalling Could Backfire on Clinton Administration,” Atlanta Journal, June 4, 1998; “Fast Computers and Slow Antitrust Cases,” Atlanta Journal, June 5, 1998 (also Orange County Register, June 8, 1998); “Check It Out,” Forbes, June 15, 1998; “We Can’t Change Laws Retroactively,” Press-Telegram, June 15, 1998; “Tide May Be Turning against Black ‘Leadership,’” Atlanta Journal, June 16, 1998; “The High Price of Liberals’ ‘Heroic ’60s,’” Orange County Register, June 18, 1998 (also Press-Telegram, June 18, 1998); “Throw the Book at Bad Teachers,” Human Events, June 19, 1998; “Microsoft Lawsuit Should Focus on Consumer,” Atlanta Journal, June 19, 1998 (also Orange County Register, July 2, 1998); “Random Thoughts on the Passing Parade,” Orange County Register, June 29, 1998.

RICHARD F. STAAR “Future Prospects for Poland,” Polish Review 43, no. 1 (1998).

EDWARD TELLER “Science and Morality,” Science, May 22, 1998.

BARRY R. WEINGAST coauthor, “The Sale Goes on—Transforming Small Enterprises in China,” Transition, February 1998.

CHARLES WOLF JR. “All for One Currency, One for All,” Wall Street Journal, April 1, 1998; “Japan Can’t Export Its Way to Prosperity,” Wall Street Journal, May 20, 1998.

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