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Zimbabwe’s Coconut Coup Installs a Crocodile Liberator
George B. N. Ayittey | January 15, 2018

Disband the African Union
George B. N. Ayittey | July 12, 2016

Nelson Mandela’s Unfinished Business
George B. N. Ayittey | February 11, 2015

A Human Rights Toast for an African Tyrant
George B. N. Ayittey | August 8, 2012

Indigenous African Free-Market Liberalism
George B. N. Ayittey | August 24, 2011

The Worst of the Worst
Bad Dude Dictators and General Coconut Heads

George B. N. Ayittey | June 21, 2010

Generation Abdulmutallab
Young Africans Have Been Failed by Their Governments and are Increasingly Turning to Extremism.

George B. N. Ayittey | January 15, 2010

Misleading Africa
George B. N. Ayittey | March 1, 2009

Predatory Lending
George B. N. Ayittey | May 4, 2007

Somalia Libre
George B. N. Ayittey | August 9, 2006

A Regional Route to Liberia Stability
George B. N. Ayittey | August 17, 2003

Africa Needs Tough Love
George B. N. Ayittey | July 15, 2003

Zimbabwe’s Tyrant
George B. N. Ayittey | March 6, 2002

From Hero to Despot, and the World Watches in Silence
George B. N. Ayittey | May 7, 2000

Failure of African Leadership on the Continent
African Thugs Keep Their Continent Poor

George B. N. Ayittey | January 2, 1998

Social Engineering by Legal Brief
Doug Bandow | November 28, 1999

Can Republicans and Democrats Agree on What to Do About ObamaCare?
Joan Bardis | October 17, 2016

From Welfare State to Police State
Stephen Baskerville | May 4, 2008

Racial Preferences and the Folly of ‘Strict Scrutiny’
Jonathan J. Bean | January 7, 2016

“Burn, Baby, Burn!”: The Watts Riot 50 Years Later
Jonathan J. Bean | August 12, 2015

Supremely Naive: The Impact of Board of Regents v. Southworth on the “Marketplace of Ideas”
Jonathan J. Bean | July 27, 2015

Civil Rights Are Too Important to Leave to Special-Interest Advocates
Jonathan J. Bean | January 17, 2015

Who Suffers? Race Riots, Then and Now
Jonathan J. Bean | November 26, 2014

Triumph and Trashing of the Civil Rights Act
Jonathan J. Bean | July 21, 2014

Are Some Groups More Equal Than Others?
Jonathan J. Bean | May 22, 2014

Ending Racial Hatred with Heart, Wallet
Rickey and Robinson believed that people should be judged on their merits, not by the color of their skin. They also believed that capitalism, not government, held the key to equal opportunity

Jonathan J. Bean | May 17, 2013

Booker and Barack: What Can Obama Learn from Booker T. Washington?
Jonathan J. Bean | August 24, 2011

Playing the Presidential Race Card
Jonathan J. Bean | August 12, 2010

What Jimmy Carter Doesn’t Know
Jonathan J. Bean | September 17, 2009

Catholics, Civil Rights, and the Holy Name
Jonathan J. Bean | August 17, 2009

Trickle-Down Theology Won’t Work
Jonathan J. Bean | July 27, 2009

The Party of Lincoln, and of Douglass
Rediscovering Frederick Douglass in the Age of Obama

Jonathan J. Bean | July 4, 2009

New Haven Firefighters
Supreme Court Overrules Discrimination

Jonathan J. Bean | July 4, 2009

NAACP 100th Anniversary: Exploiting Color Instead of Erasing It
Jonathan J. Bean | February 12, 2009

Booker and Barack
What Can Obama Learn From Booker T. Washington?

Jonathan J. Bean | February 2, 2009

R.C. Hoiles, Civil Rights Pioneer
Jonathan J. Bean | November 25, 2007

Wilberforce and the Roots of Freedom
Jonathan J. Bean | February 28, 2007

The State Lottery: California Hustle
Jonathan J. Bean | January 15, 2007

Hiding Debt Just a Juggling Trick
Scott A. Beaulier | November 16, 2009

Lessons From Botswana: Africa’s Economic Dynamo
Scott A. Beaulier | December 5, 2005

Why the Earth Summit on Sustainable Development was Doomed to Failure
Wilfred Beckerman | September 16, 2002

Trump’s Appointments to the Fed Could Affect the Global Economy
David Beckworth | May 31, 2017

The Cliff Hangs on the Fed: Why Ben Bernanke Controls the Economy’s Fate
David Beckworth | December 17, 2012

Independent Montenegro: The Case of the Sugar Republic
Boris Begovic | July 28, 2006

On Martin Luther King’s Birthday, Remember Also T.R.M. Howard
David T. Beito | January 16, 2018

T.R.M. Howard Led Way for M.L.K., Others
David T. Beito, Linda Royster Beito | February 27, 2017

Booker and Barack: What Can Obama Learn from Booker T. Washington?
David T. Beito | August 24, 2011

Talk Radio Rides to the Rescue
How Clear Channel Stations promoted a remarkable network of volunteers for tornado relief

David T. Beito | May 7, 2011

The Forgotten Tax Revolt of the 1930s
David T. Beito | April 15, 2011



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