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Original Thomas, Conventional Souter

by John O. McGinnisvia Policy Review
Friday, September 1, 1995

What kind of justices should the next president pick?

The Beat Generation

by William D. Eggers, John O'Learyvia Policy Review
Friday, September 1, 1995

Community policing at its best.
SIDEBAR: San Diego's Trailblazing Example.
SIDEBAR: New York City's Subway.

Bail, Humbug!

by Sarah B. Vandenbraakvia Policy Review
Thursday, June 1, 1995

Why Criminals Would Rather Be in Philadelphia

The Courage of Our Convictions

by Malcolm Wallopvia Policy Review
Saturday, April 1, 1995

The Abolition of Parole Will Save Lives and Money

Thy Neighbor's Rap Sheet

by Tucker Carlsonvia Policy Review
Saturday, April 1, 1995

How Do You Know Whether a Killer Lives Next Door?
SIDEBAR: A Felon's Perspective.
SIDEBAR: States Take Action.

Searching for Alternatives: Drug-Control Policy in the United States

via Books by Hoover Fellows
Friday, January 1, 1993

A survey of the drug policy debate, Searching for Alternativesfeatures essays by thirty respected champions of divergent views.

Public Choice and Regulation: A View from inside the Federal Trade Commission

by Robert MacKay, James C. Miller IIIvia Books by Hoover Fellows
Thursday, January 1, 1987

Until recently there have been almost no analyses of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as a political institution—that is, one driven both by internal incentives and by ties to a larger political body that, in turn, responds to its own political and economic pressures.

The Hoover Institution’s Koret-Taube Task Force on National Security and Law met June 10 and 11.

Hoover's National Security and Law Task Force Hosts Meeting

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

The Hoover Institution’s Koret-Taube Task Force on National Security and Law, which examines the rule of law, the laws of war, and American constitutional law with a view to promoting proposals that strike an optimal balance between individual freedom and the vigorous defense of the nation against terrorists both abroad and at home, met June 10 and 11.

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