A comprehensive listing

Friday, July 30, 1999

PHILIP R. ALPER “The True Colors of Managed Care,” Internal Medicine World Report, January 1999; “Designer Doctors for All,” Internal Medicine World Report, February 1999; “Lawyers, Media Gave Silicone Implants Bad Rap,” Miami Herald, February 23, 1999; “The Pluses and Minuses of Medicare + Choice,” New Choices, April 1999.

MICHAEL BARONE “Stopping Nuclear Blackmail,” U.S. News & World Report, March 8, 1999.

ROBERT J. BARRO “Even Economists Can’t Wait to Spend a Surplus,” BusinessWeek, January 18, 1999; “Reagan versus Clinton: Who’s the Economic Champ?” BusinessWeek, February 22, 1999; “Let the Dollar Reign from Seattle to Santiago,” Wall Street Journal, March 8, 1999; “You Are Now Entering the ‘Dollar Zone,’” Wall Street Journal, Asian edition, March 9, 1999.

GARY S. BECKER “Uncle Sam Should Stay Away from Wall Street,” BusinessWeek, February 8, 1999; “Save Some of the Surplus for Medical Research,” BusinessWeek, April 19, 1999.

ARNOLD BEICHMAN “Traitors Aplenty: The ‘Golden Age’ of Soviet Espionage in America,” review of The Haunted Wood: Soviet Espionage in America—the Stalin Era, by Allen Weinstein and Alexander Vassiliev, Washington Times, January 6, 1999 (also USA Today, January 11, 1999); “Open Doors and Asian Values,” Washington Sunday Times, January 24, 1999; “Arsenal of Germs in Iran?” Washington Times, January 26, 1999; “School of Whitewashing for CPUSA,” Washington Sunday Times, January 31, 1999; “Seeking Regional Power, Iran Builds Arsenal of Germs,” Washington Times, February 1, 1999; “Turner’s Selective Cold War Truth,” Orange County (Calif.) Register, February 7, 1999; “A Republican Revolutionary,” Washington Times, February 8, 1999; “Ignoring the Blood on American Communists’ Hands,” Washington Times, February 8, 1999; “Remembering Ronald Reagan,” Washington Times, February 15, 1999; “All the News Their Tax Talons Can Reach,” Washington Sunday Times, February 21, 1999; “McCarthyism Revisited,” Christian News, February 22, 1999; “Fractured Cold War Reflections,” Washington Times, February 25, 1999; “ROC a Burgeoning Success Despite Lack of Recognition,” review of The First Chinese Democracy, by Linda Chao and Ramon Myers, Free China Journal, February 26, 1999; “A Life That’s Fit to Print,” Washington Times, March 10, 1999; “Bush’s Brain Trust,” Washington Times, March 28, 1999.

TOM BETHELL “Dynamic Scoring,” American Spectator, January 1999; “Hustler,” American Spectator, February 1999; “The Hum of Hate,” American Spectator, March 1999.

BRUCE BUENO DE MESQUITA coauthor, “IMF Loans Must Be Linked to Reform,” Los Angeles Times, April 9, 1999.

JOHN H. BUNZEL “What Is Discrimination?” San Francisco Chronicle, February 9, 1999; “Stanford’s Hiring Quandry,” Los Angeles Times, March 21, 1999.

ROBERT CONQUEST “Liberals & Totalitarianism,” New Criterion, February 1999; “‘Dispassion’ about Stalinism Distorts Its Horrors,” Wall Street Journal, March 4, 1999.

LARRY DIAMOND coeditor, The Self-Restraining State: Power and Accountability in New Democracies (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1999).

PETER DUIGNAN coauthor with L. H. Gann, The Spanish Speakers in the United States: A History (University Press of America, 1999).

JOHN B. DUNLOP “Witnessing History: Monitoring Azerbaijan’s Presidential Elections,” Contemporary Caucasus Newsletter (Berkeley Program in Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies), winter 1998–99.

MILTON FRIEDMAN “Monetary Policy Dominates,” Wall Street Journal, January 8, 1999; “Social Security Chimeras,” New York Times, January 11, 1999 (also Long Beach [Calif.] Press-Telegram, January 13, 1999; Miami [Fla.] Diario Las Americas, January 14, 1999; Houston Chronicle, January 17, 1999); “Beware Social Security Socialism,” Wall Street Journal, Asian edition, January 28, 1999.

JAMES K. GLASSMAN “Triumph in the Skies,” Washington Post, January 19, 1999.

DAVID R. HENDERSON “Sharing the Wealth,” Wall Street Journal, January 27, 1999; “Global Warning,” Red Herring, March 1999; “Research Stimuli,” Red Herring, April 1999.

THOMAS H. HENRIKSEN “Serbs Know How to Play Washington,” Washington Times, April 2, 1999.

RONALD HILTON “Where in the World Is . . . Geography?” Stanford Review, February 3, 1999.

NICHOLAS IMPARATO “The Tbilisi Experience,” Intelligent Enterprise, January 5, 1999; “The Big Waste,” Intelligent Enterprise, January 26, 1999; “Innovation Leadership Undone,” Intelligent Enterprise, March 9, 1999; “Making an Internet Economy,” Intelligent Enterprise, March 30, 1999.

EDWARD P. LAZEAR “Clinton Rides the Prosperity Wave,” Washington Times, January 20, 1999.

TIBOR R. MACHAN “Individual Freedom Is the Fount of Sociability,” Orange County (Calif.) Register, January 12, 1999; “The Era of Big Government Continues,” Orange County Register, January 20, 1999; “Finding an ‘Honest’ Use for Stolen Money,” Orange County Register, February 10, 1999; “Silverado Creek: A Tragedy of the Commons,” Orange County Register, March 1, 1999; “The Left Wants to See America on Its Knees,” Orange County Register, March 15, 1999; “Buchanan Is Dead Wrong,” Orange County Register, March 22, 1999.

GEORGE MAROTTA “Is Bull Market Exhausted?” Los Angeles Times, March 15, 1999; “How America’s Prosperity Could Backfire,” Minneapolis Star Tribune, March 17, 1999.

MICHAEL McFAUL “The Demon Within,” Moscow Times, March 2, 1999; “Russia: Indispensable Thorn in U.S. Side,” Los Angeles Times, April 4, 1999; “NATO’s Collateral Damage in Russia,” Christian Science Monitor, April 5, 1999.

JOSEPH D. McNAMARA “Giuliani Cop System Doesn’t Work,” Newsday, April 15, 1999.

EDWIN MEESE III “The Dangerous Federalization of Crime,” Wall Street Journal, February 22, 1999; “Our Era Is Different; High-Tech Antitrust Cases Are the Threat,” San Jose Mercury News, March 24, 1999.

HENRY I. MILLER “Eco-Ejército Imperialista,” El Mercurio (Santiago, Chile), November 4, 1998 (also El Panamá América, November 4, 1998; Ocho Columnas [Guadalajara, Mexico], November 20, 1998); “The EU Labels Itself Incompetent,” Wall Street Journal, European edition, January 20, 1999; “The Truth Is Foreign to Clinton and His Cronies,” Redwood City (Calif.) Independent, January 20, 1999; “Modern Drugs Are Cutting the Cost of Health Care,” BridgeNews, January 26, 1999; “The Gore Principles,” Ventura County (Calif.) Star, February 20, 1999 (also Simi Valley [Calif.] Star, February 20, 1999); “Throttled by Red Tape,” Financial Times, March 5, 1999; “Al Gore Is Waging a Secret War on Technology,” Redwood City Independent, March 17, 1999; “Al Gore in the Balance,” Washington Times, April 5, 1999.

THOMAS GALE MOORE “Questioning Global Warming,” Stanford Daily, April 9, 1999.

ROBERT MORTON “Eager Eyes Covet the Panama Canal,” Washington Times, March 4, 1999.

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

EDWARD NEILAN “The Spies Who Love Japan,” Japan Times International, February 1, 1999; “‘Mr. Yen’ Sees Rebound,” Journal of Commerce, February 9, 1999; “White House Ignores Japan,” Journal of Commerce, February 24, 1999; “Myanmar Is Thailand’s Latest Hot Topic,” Japan Times, February 27, 1999; “Asia’s Information Center,” Journal of Commerce, March 15, 1999; “U.S. Apologists for China Disregard Reality,” Japan Times, March 20, 1999.

WILLIAM J. PERRY coauthor, Preventive Defense: A New Security Strategy for America (Brookings Institution Press, 1999).

WILLIAM RATLIFF “Dictadura Fidelista Cojea Hacia Quinta Década,” EPASA (Panama), January 12, 1999; “Smoking Cop-Out Rewards,” Washington Times, February 16, 1999; “Prelude to a Broader Conflict?” MSNBC (on-line), February 25, 1999; “Conflict in the Balkans,” San Francisco Chronicle, March 29, 1999; coauthor, “Yielding the Field on U.S./Cuba Policy,” Washington Times, January 13, 1999 (also San Diego Tribune, January 17, 1999; San Jose Mercury News, January 24, 1999).

PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS “Illegal Blood Collection Linked to Bill Clinton,” Human Events, January 15, 1999; “The Private Use of Public Policy,” Investor’s Business Daily, February 1, 1999.

PETER ROBINSON “Talking Business,” Hindu (Chennai, India), January 3, 1999.

HILTON L. ROOT coauthor, “IMF Loans Must Be Linked to Reform,” Los Angeles Times, April 9, 1999.

THOMAS J. SARGENT The Conquest of American Inflation (Princeton University Press, 1999).

PETER SCHWEIZER “Bombing Alone Likely to Fail; Milosevic Must Be Replaced,” USA Today, March 25, 1999.

AMITY SHLAES “The Greedy Hand in a Velvet Glove,” Wall Street Journal, April 15, 1999.

KIRON SKINNER coauthor, “Democratic Pacifists Still Believe in ‘Magic,’” Wall Street Journal, February 12, 1999.

ABRAHAM D. SOFAER “The General’s Escape Routes,” Legal Times, January 11, 1999; “Plan to Fight Terrorism Falls Short on Credibility, Accountability,” San Jose Mercury News, February 7, 1999.

THOMAS SOWELL “Minority Schools and the Politics of Education,” Imprimis, January 1999; “Free Health Care Does Not Exist,” Human Events, January 1, 1999; “Talk Aside, Economy’s Doing Fine,” Atlanta Journal, January 3, 1999; “Outcome Aside, Senate Trial Will Set Precedent,” Atlanta Journal, January 6, 1999; “Rays of Hope in a Generation of Gloom,” Orange County (Calif.) Register, January 8, 1999 (also Atlanta Journal, January 12, 1999); “A Rush to Nonjudgment,” Long Beach Press-Telegram, January 8, 1999 (also Atlanta Journal, January 8, 1999); “Safety and Wealth,” Forbes, January 11, 1999; “Trial’s Length, Witness List Shouldn’t Matter,” Atlanta Journal, January 13, 1999; “‘Educators’ Create Moral Bankruptcy in Schools,” Atlanta Journal, January 15, 1999 (also Long Beach Press-Telegram, January 15, 1999); “It’s All about Lying in Court,” Atlanta Journal, January 20, 1999 (also Long Beach Press-Telegram, January 20, 1999); “Impeaching Santa Claus,” Long Beach Press-Telegram, January 21, 1999 (also Orange County Register, January 21, 1999; Atlanta Journal, January 22, 1999); “Some Cultural Indicators Are on the Rise,” Human Events, January 22, 1999; “The ‘So What?’ Defense Cannot Stand,” Orange County Register, January 28, 1999; “Affair Was Trigger, Not Whole Case,” Atlanta Journal, January 29, 1999; “Ignorant Nonsense about the Economy,” Long Beach Press-Telegram, February 5, 1999; “Perjury and Obstruction Cannot Just Be Censured,” Human Events, February 5, 1999; “My Overreaching PC,” Forbes, February 8, 1999; “Don’t Buy Deceptions in Media,” Atlanta Journal, February 9, 1999; “Academia Encouraging Ph.D. Glut,” Atlanta Journal, February 12, 1999; “A Disaster of O.J. Proportions,” Atlanta Journal, February 17, 1999 (also Long Beach Press-Telegram, February 17, 1999); “‘Insurance’ Not Very Comforting,” Atlanta Journal, February 19, 1999; “‘Counterculture’ Has Taken Control,” Atlanta Journal, February 24, 1999; “Liberals Keep Dogma under Heavy Guard,” Atlanta Journal, March 3, 1999; “Random Thoughts on the Passing Parade,” Orange County Register, March 4, 1999 (also Atlanta Journal, March 5, 1999; Washington Times, March 10, 1999); “His Greatness Went beyond Statistics,” Atlanta Journal, March 11, 1999; “Kazan Became the Enemy of the U.S.’s Enemies,” Orange County Register, March 19, 1999; “Oscar Pick’s ‘Sins’ Not Forgotten,” Atlanta Journal, March 19, 1999; “Irresponsible ‘Experts’ Mislabel Children,” Orange County Register, March 26, 1999; “Misshapen Statistics on Racial Quotas,” American Spectator, April 1999; “Let’s Not Forget about the Russians,” Orange County Register, April 7, 1999; “Clinton’s Photo-Op Foreign Policy,” Orange County Register, April 12, 1999; “Picking a College Is a Serious Business,” Orange County Register, April 16, 1999.

SHELBY STEELE “Race and Responsibilities,” Wall Street Journal, January 18, 1999.

CHARLES WOLF JR. “Markets Run into Old Foe,” Los Angeles Times, January 10, 1999; “Financial Flu Isn’t Contagious,” Wall Street Journal, March 2, 1999; “China Can Thrive without WTO,” Wall Street Journal, April 12, 1999.