A comprehensive listing

Thursday, July 30, 1998

P>RICHARD V. ALLEN “On the Korea Tightrope, 1980,” New York Times, January 21, 1998.

PHILIP R. ALPER “Avoiding Managed Care Meltdown,” Internal Medicine World Report, December 1997; “The Scientific Method Does Battle with Common Sense,” Internal Medicine World Report, January 1998; “Restoring a Healthy Balance of Power in Health Care,” BridgeNews Forum, February 27, 1998; “Internal Medicine Insights: Managed Care Has Mastered Doublespeak,” Internal Medicine World Report, March 1–14, 1998; “Christmas Tree Docs: Patients and Carriers Want Everything,” Medical Tribune, March 19, 1998.

TERRY L. ANDERSON “Market Plan Can Ease State Water Shortage,” Orange County Register, February 16, 1998.

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

GARY S. BECKER “Asia May Be Shaken, but It’s No House of Cards,” BusinessWeek, February 2, 1998; “Make the World Safe for ‘Creative Destruction,’” BusinessWeek, February 23, 1998.

ARNOLD BEICHMAN “Cold Water and Cold War Triumphalism,” Washington Sunday Times, January 4, 1998; “Weighing Words against Policy,” Washington Times, January 9, 1998; “Clinton’s Haunting Promises on Ethics,” Washington Sunday Times, January 25, 1998; “Restricted Access and Rogue States,” Washington Sunday Times, January 25, 1998; “Meet the New Tehranologists,” Washington Times, January 26, 1998; “The State of the Presidency,” Washington Times, January 27, 1998; “Argentine Bombing Linkage?” Washington Times, February 4, 1998; “Israel’s Right to Self-Defense,” Washington Times, February 9, 1998; “A Rascal Looks Back on Life,” review of Barney’s Version, by Mordecai Richler, Washington Times (national weekly edition), February 15, 1998; “Russia like It Is,” Washington Times, February 16, 1998; “Media under Glass,” Washington Times, February 21, 1998; “Will Annan’s Deal with Iraq Work?” Washington Times, February 24, 1998; “Outreach for Policy Proposals,” Washington Times, February 26, 1998; “Getting the GOP Act Together,” Washington Times, March 9, 1998; “Workers of America, Unite?” review of The Soviet World of American Communism, by Harvey Klehr, John Earl Haynes, and Kiril M. Anderson, Weekly Standard, March 9, 1998; “Research Tangled in Red Tape,” Washington Times, March 23, 1998.

TOM BETHELL The Noblest Triumph: Property and Prosperity through the Ages (St. Martin’s Press, 1998); “Leading the Fanatics,” American Spectator, February 1998; “Unpatriotic Gore,” American Spectator, March 1998.

MICHAEL J. BOSKIN Some Thoughts on Improving Economic Statistics, Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1998.

TIMOTHY C. BROWN “Those Money-Grubbing Sandinistas,” Washington Times, January 5, 1998; “Confessions of a Public Servant,” Washington Times, March 29, 1998.

JOHN F. COGAN “Social Security and Abracadabras,” New York Times, February 18, 1998.

LARRY DIAMOND coeditor, Transition without End: Nigerian Politics and Civil Society under Babangida (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1998); “Restoring Democracy in Africa,” USA Today magazine, January 1998.

PETER DUIGNAN “Let NATO Extend Its Success Story to Eastern Europe,” Worldwide Weekly Defense News, March 23–29, 1998.

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

KEITH E. EILER Mobilizing America: Robert P. Patterson and the War Effort, 1940–1945 (Cornell University Press, 1998).

MILTON FRIEDMAN “The Real Lesson of Hong Kong,” National Review, December 31, 1997.

MILTON FRIEDMAN and ROSE D. FRIEDMAN Two Lucky People: Memoirs (University of Chicago Press, 1998).

DAVID R. HENDERSON “When I Win the Lottery . . .” Red Herring, January 1998; “Risky Governments, Safe Markets,” Red Herring, February 1998; “The Everyday Economics of Politics Everywhere,” Red Herring, March 1998; “How Distance Is Dying,” Fortune, March 2, 1998; “Kiss the Emperor’s Ring,” Red Herring, April 1998.

ROBERT P. HUFF Reengineering College Student Financial Aid, Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1998.

ALEX INKELES One World Emerging: Convergence and Divergence in Industrial Societies (Westview Press, 1998).

TETSUYA KATAOKA “Japan’s Hashimoto: A Death Wish?” Journal of Commerce, January 21, 1998; “Vote-Winning Interest Rates,” Journal of Commerce, February 17, 1998.

MELVYN KRAUSS “Do We Need New Allies?” Wall Street Journal, March 12, 1998 (also Wall Street Journal [European edition], March 13, 1998).

DAVID LI coauthor, “Yuan Devaluation: A Paper Tiger,” Wall Street Journal (Asian edition), February 19, 1998.

TIBOR MACHAN “The Vices of a Caring State,” Journal of Commerce, January 2, 1998; “The Scouts Have a Right to Free Association,” Orange County Register, January 6, 1998; “Smoking Ban Should Rest with Bar Owners,” Gazette (Colorado Springs), January 7, 1998; “In All Likelihood, Unabomber Isn’t Crazy,” Orange County Register, January 9, 1998; “Dodging Slings and Arrows; Surviving the Welfare State,” Brownsville Herald (Tex.), January 12, 1998; “Oprah, Brigitte and Vanishing Free Speech,” Orange County Register, January 23, 1998; “Sadness More Sensible Than Apology,” Fort Pierce Tribune (Fla.), January 24, 1998; “It’s Easier to Deal with Sleaze Than Politics,” Orange County Register, January 27, 1998; “A Smothering Government Is Not Our Friend,” Orange County Register, February 10, 1998; “Where’s the Santa Suit,” Tribune (Mesa, Ariz.), February 21, 1998; “Our Background Isn’t Who We Really Are,” Orange County Register, March 3, 1998; “AARP: Its Bad Works Outweigh the Good,” Orange County Register, March 17, 1998; “Of Course, Looks Have Something to Do with Hiring,” Gazette (Colorado Springs), March 19, 1998.

GEORGE MAROTTA “Social Security: Problems and Solutions,” Straight Talk (Jupiter, Fla.), January 29, 1998; “Is the Era of Big Government Really Over?” Vital Speeches of the Day, March 15, 1998 (speech delivered at Stanford University to Republican Women’s Club, January 29, 1998).

MICHAEL McFAUL “Perils of Turning East,” Moscow News (Russia), February 10, 1998.

WILLIAM McGURN “Asian Values: Right and Wrong,” National Review, December 31, 1997; “Great Saigon Saloons: Putting on the Rex,” American Spectator, February 1998; “Sayings of Chairman Milton,” Far Eastern Economic Review, March 26, 1998.

JOSEPH D. McNAMARA “Stop the War on Drugs,” Molokai Advertiser-News, January 21, 1998; “Why Voters Aren’t the Best Judge of Sheriffs,” Los Angeles Times, March 8, 1998; “The Imprisonment Myth,” review of Crime and Punishment in America, by Elliott Currie, IntellectualCapital.com (on-line), March 26, 1998.

GERALD M. MEIER The International Environment of Business: Competition and Governance in the Global Economy (Oxford University Press, 1998).

THOMAS A. METZGER The Western Concept of the Civil Society in the Context of Chinese History, Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1998; “Sources of Resistance: Will China Democratize?” Journal of Democracy 9, no. 1 (January 1998).

HENRY I. MILLER “Still Hazardous to Your Health,” Consumers’ Research, January 1998; “National Nanny: The FDA,” San Jose Mercury News, January 26, 1998; “Weigh Life’s Risks—and Don’t Panic,” San Francisco Chronicle, February 11, 1998; “American Presidents Aren’t What They Used to Be,” BridgeNews Forum, February 12, 1998; “Is Biological War Really a Threat?” Washington Times, February 23, 1998 (also San Diego Union-Tribune, February 27, 1998); “Where Are the Promised Wonders of Biotech?” Consumers’ Research, March 1998; “On Cloning, U.S. Drug Regulator Steps out of Bounds,” Biotechnology Law Report, March/April 1998; “Bureaucrats as Venture Capitalists?” Journal of Commerce, March 13, 1998; “No Beauty Ban in Brave New World,” Financial Times, March 19, 1998.

THOMAS GALE MOORE Climate of Fear: Why We Shouldn’t Worry about Global Warming (Cato Institute, 1998); “The Yellow Brick Road from Kyoto,” World Climate Report, February 2, 1998; “Why Global Warming Doesn’t Cause Disease,” World Climate Report, March 2, 1998; “Janet in Wonderland,” World Climate Report, March 30, 1998; “The Economics of the Kyoto Protocol” (testimony before the House Subcommittee on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources, and Regulatory Affairs), April 23, 1998.

ROBERT J. MYERS “Sinking Billions in Seoul’s Sewer,” Journal of Commerce, January 6, 1998.

DOUGLASS C. NORTH “Institutions, Ideology, and Economic Performance,” in The Revolution in Development Economics, edited by James A. Dorn, Steve H. Hanke, and Alan A. Walters (Cato Institute, 1998); “Winners and Losers,” review of The Wealth and Poverty of Nations, by David S. Landes, Wall Street Journal, March 11, 1998 (also Wall Street Journal [Asian edition], March 17, 1998).

JAMES NOYES “Act if Iraq Breaks Pledge,” Stanford Daily, March 11, 1998.

WILLIAM PERRY “Industry Avoids the Pentagon,” Los Angeles Times, February 23, 1998 (also San Jose Mercury News, February 25, 1998).

ALVIN RABUSHKA Scorecard on the Israeli Economy: A Review of 1997—the Triumph of Big Government (Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies, 1998); “Taxation, Economic Growth, and Liberty,” in The Revolution in Development Economics, edited by James A. Dorn, Steve H. Hanke, and Alan A. Walters (Cato Institute, 1998).

WILLIAM RATLIFF “Encounter with the Potential to Endure,” Washington Times, January 20, 1998; “Papal Visit a Blessing for Castro,” San Francisco Chronicle, January 21, 1998.

PAUL RICH coauthor, “Internet Insurrection: Chiapas and the Laptop,” in Mapping Cyberspace: Social Research on the Electronic Frontier, edited by Joseph E. Behar (Dowling Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 1997).

PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS “Shut Down the Architects of a Failed Policy,” in The Revolution in Development Economics, edited by James A. Dorn, Steve H. Hanke, and Alan A. Walters (Cato Institute, 1998); “Erasing People on the Bridge Approach,” Washington Sunday Times, January 25, 1998; “Who Did More for Mankind, Mother Teresa or Mike Milken?” BusinessWeek, March 2, 1998; “Reagan’s Renewed Economy Won the Cold War,” Human Events, March 20, 1998.

JOHN E. ROBSON “Why Pamper Nations That Screw Up?” San Francisco Chronicle, March 27, 1998.

HILTON L. ROOT “Distinctive Institutions in the Rise of Industrial Asia,” in Behind East Asian Growth: The Political and Social Foundations of Prosperity, edited by Henry S. Rowen (Routledge, 1998); India: Asia’s Next Tiger? Hoover Essays in Public Policy, 1998; “To Liberalize, Indonesia Has to Reform the State,” International Herald Tribune, January 27, 1998; “A Crisis of Political Transition Hobbles Indonesia,” International Herald Tribune, February 10, 1998.

HENRY S. ROWEN editor, Behind East Asian Growth: The Political and Social Foundations of Prosperity (Routledge, 1998).

PETER SCHWEIZER “Air Strikes Alone Won’t Defeat Saddam,” USA Today, February 18, 1998.

GEORGE P. SHULTZ “Merge the IMF and World Bank,” International Economy, January–February 1998; coauthor, “Who Needs the IMF?” Wall Street Journal, February 3, 1998.

S. FRED SINGER “Ironies Grown in Kyoto,” Washington Times, January 23, 1998.

ABRAHAM D. SOFAER “California and Colorado River Water: Seize the Opportunity” (address to the Rosenberg International Forum on Water Policy, San Francisco, September 29, 1997).

THOMAS SOWELL Conquests & Cultures: An International History (Basic Books, 1998); “Government Greed Just Keeps on Growing,” Orange County Register, January 6, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 10, 1998); “Antitrust Claims Put Burden of Proof on Accused,” Atlanta Journal, January 7, 1998; “Microsoft: Fine Tuning with a Hammer,” Chicago Sun-Times, January 10, 1998 (also Orange County Register, January 12, 1998); “Microsoft Cannot ‘Control’ Competition,” Orange County Register, January 13, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, January 13, 1998); “Beware the Federal Program That ‘Pays for Itself,’” Atlanta Journal, January 14, 1998; “Clinton Would Load Courts with Liberals,” Orange County Register, January 15, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, January 16, 1998); “Liberals Concentrate on Failure in Schools,” Orange County Register, January 21, 1998; “Legal Lynchings,” Forbes, January 26, 1998; “Double Standards Jump to Forefront,” Montgomery Advertiser, January 29, 1998 (also Sun-Sentinel [Fort Lauderdale, Fla.], January 31, 1998; Dayton Daily News, February 4, 1998; Rocky Mountain News [Denver, Colo.], February 4, 1998); “Republicans Are Better Off if Clinton Stays Put,” Atlanta Journal, February 2, 1998; “Why Must We Reserve Judgment on Clinton?” Orange County Register, February 3, 1998; “Random Thoughts on the Passing Parade,” Atlanta Journal, February 6, 1998 (also Orange County Register, February 9, 1998); “Leaks Serve Only Clinton’s Interests, Not Staar’s,” Atlanta Journal, February 13, 1998; “Fight against Population Hysteria Loses a Soldier,” Atlanta Journal, February 18, 1998; “To Bomb, or Not to Bomb,” Orange County Register, February 20, 1998; “Inarticulate Republicans,” Forbes, February 23, 1998; “Trial by Media,” Press-Telegram (Long Beach, Calif.), February 25, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, February 27, 1998); “Why Johnny Can’t Add,” Press-Telegram, February 27, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, March 3, 1998; Human Events, March 13, 1998); “Media Taking Cheap Shots against Staar,” Press-Telegram, March 4, 1998 (also Atlanta Journal, March 6, 1998); “The Black Conservatives Will Be Vindicated,” Orange County Register, March 6, 1998 (also Press-Telegram, March 9, 1998; Atlanta Journal, March 10, 1998); “Case of Dr. Sam Sheppard Has Relevance Today,” Atlanta Journal, March 13, 1998; “Clinton’s Minions on Search-and-Destroy Mission,” Atlanta Journal, March 18, 1998; “White House Dry Rot Sets in under Clinton,” Orange County Register, March 20, 1998; “Willey and Anita Hill: The Stories Are Different,” Atlanta Journal, March 20, 1998; “Scientists Need Not Apply,” Forbes, March 23, 1998; “Clinton Supporters Deceived by Grand Illusions,” Atlanta Journal, March 24, 1998; “Little Doubt about Origin of Leaks,” Atlanta Journal, March 25, 1998; “Natural Disasters and the Cost to Taxpayers,” Orange County Register, March 27, 1998; “Natural Disasters and Political Advantages,” Press-Telegram, March 27, 1998.

RICHARD F. STAAR editor, Transition to Democracy in Poland, second edition (St. Martin’s Press, 1998); “Russia’s National Security Concept,” Perspective (Boston University, Institute for the Study of Conflict, Ideology & Policy) 8, no. 3 (January–February 1998); “Russia’s New Blueprint for National Security,” Strategic Review, spring 1998.

BARRY R. WEINGAST “The Sale Goes On—Transforming Small Enterprise in China,” Transition, February 1998.

CHARLES WOLF JR. “What Caused Asia’s Crash?” Wall Street Journal, February 4, 1998; “False Alarms on the Trade Deficit,” Wall Street Journal, March 5, 1998.

BOB ZELNICK “ABC: Anyone but Conservatives,” Wall Street Journal, February 24, 1998.

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