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The Tax Revolt Turns 20

by Steven Haywardvia Policy Review
Wednesday, July 1, 1998

Steven Hayward bids happy 20th birthday to the tax revolt—and hopes for a long and prosperous life

State of the States

by Steven Haywardvia Policy Review
Wednesday, July 1, 1998

State of the states: taxpayers reject stadium swindles; Boston-based charter school offers a lifetime warranty; spanking in the heartland, spoiling on the coasts

I’ll Stand Bayou

by Joseph Locontevia Policy Review
Friday, May 1, 1998

Louisiana couples choose a more muscular marriage contract

The State of the States

by Steven Haywardvia Policy Review
Friday, May 1, 1998

State of the states: union dues and political contributions; environmental waivers; eliminating racial preferences

Beyond Quotas

by Roger Cleggvia Policy Review
Friday, May 1, 1998

A color-blind vision for affirmative action

Beasley Makes it Finah in Carolina

by Steven Haywardvia Policy Review
Friday, May 1, 1998

Steven Hayward profiles South Carolina governor David Beasley

Memphis’s Medical Graceland

by G. Scott Morrisvia Policy Review
Friday, May 1, 1998

Traditional health care neglects the working poor. A church-based clinic steps in

The New "Massive Resistance"

by Todd Gazianovia Policy Review
Friday, May 1, 1998

The Clinton administration defies the Constitution to save racial preferences

The Covenant Marriage

by Chris Caldwellvia Hoover Digest
Thursday, April 30, 1998

When people say "I do," how can we ensure that they will? Hoover media fellow Christopher Caldwell examines an effort by the state of Louisiana to shore up the institution of marriage.

Campaign Finance: A Reform to End All Reforms

by Annelise Andersonvia Hoover Digest
Thursday, April 30, 1998

Reformers such as Senators McCain and Feingold want to impose new limits on the amounts of money political campaigns are allowed to raise and spend. Hoover fellow Annelise Anderson agrees that the current system is a mess—but she proposes precisely the opposite solution.

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