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Date Title Author(s)
5/4/2008 From Welfare State to Police State Stephen Baskerville
8/12/2015 ’Burn, Baby, Burn!’: The Watts Riot 50 Years Later Jonathan Bean
7/27/2015 Supremely Naive: The Impact of Board of Regents v. Southworth on the “Marketplace of Ideas” Jonathan Bean
1/17/2015 Civil Rights Are Too Important to Leave to Special-Interest Advocates Jonathan Bean
11/26/2014 Who Suffers? Race Riots, Then and Now Jonathan Bean
7/21/2014 Triumph and Trashing of the Civil Rights Act Jonathan Bean
5/22/2014 Are Some Groups More Equal Than Others? Jonathan Bean
5/17/2013 Ending Racial Hatred with Heart, Wallet Jonathan Bean
8/24/2011 Booker and Barack: What Can Obama Learn from Booker T. Washington? Jonathan Bean
8/12/2010 Playing the Presidential Race Card Jonathan Bean
9/17/2009 What Jimmy Carter Doesn’t Know Jonathan Bean
8/17/2009 Catholics, Civil Rights, and the Holy Name Jonathan Bean
7/27/2009 Trickle-Down Theology Won’t Work Jonathan Bean
7/4/2009 The Party of Lincoln, and of Douglass Jonathan Bean
7/4/2009 New Haven Firefighters Jonathan Bean
2/12/2009 NAACP 100th Anniversary: Exploiting Color Instead of Erasing It Jonathan Bean
2/2/2009 Booker and Barack Jonathan Bean
11/25/2007 R.C. Hoiles, Civil Rights Pioneer Jonathan Bean
2/28/2007 Wilberforce and the Roots of Freedom Jonathan Bean
1/15/2007 The State Lottery: California Hustle Jonathan Bean
11/16/2009 Hiding Debt Just a Juggling Trick Scott A. Beaulier
12/5/2005 Lessons From Botswana: Africa’s Economic Dynamo Scott A. Beaulier
9/16/2002 Why the Earth Summit on Sustainable Development was Doomed to Failure Wilfred Beckerman
12/17/2012 The Cliff Hangs on the Fed: Why Ben Bernanke Controls the Economy’s Fate David Beckworth
7/28/2006 Independent Montenegro: The Case of the Sugar Republic Boris Begovic
8/24/2011 Booker and Barack: What Can Obama Learn from Booker T. Washington? David T. Beito
5/7/2011 Talk Radio Rides to the Rescue David T. Beito
4/15/2011 The Forgotten Tax Revolt of the 1930s David T. Beito
12/9/2004 How Teddy Roosevelt Fathered the “Bush Doctrine” David T. Beito
5/6/1996 Poor Before Welfare David T. Beito
1/26/1995 Crime and Punishment Charles Belle
12/14/2010 Government Has Botched Airline Security, So Why Not Let the Airlines Do the Job? Michael T. Belongia
12/23/2013 Once Again, Pope Francis Alberto Benegas-Lynch Jr.
7/31/1992 U.S. Drug Policy Pushes Heroin Daniel K. Benjamin
8/16/2010 Cities Can’t Give In To Protection Racket Bruce L. Benson
5/1/2008 How Land-Use Planning Benefits Big Business Over Small Bruce L. Benson
5/29/2001 The Countervailing Trend to FBI Failure Bruce L. Benson
12/16/1999 Many of Us Can Take Credit for the Decrease in Crime Bruce L. Benson
8/20/1999 The Benefits of Privatized Crime Control Bruce L. Benson
4/1/1999 Scientists Beware Bruce L. Benson
8/11/2014 American Conservatives Are the Forgotten Critics of the Atomic Bombing of Japan Barton J. Bernstein
8/4/2015 California’s Pillage People Lead the Nation in Tax Collector Harassment K. Lloyd Billingsley
7/24/2015 An Excuse for Crushing Kratom K. Lloyd Billingsley
7/22/2015 A Surge Against Proposition 13 K. Lloyd Billingsley
7/2/2015 Pension Truth Trickles Down in California K. Lloyd Billingsley
6/1/2015 Do Unions Represent the American Worker? K. Lloyd Billingsley
4/2/2015 Obamacare’s Misery Index: How Covered California Imposed ‘Widespread Consumer Misery’ K. Lloyd Billingsley
3/7/2015 New California Report Busts Proposition 63 K. Lloyd Billingsley
3/4/2015 California Congressman Mark DeSaulnier and the Bridge to No Accountability K. Lloyd Billingsley
2/14/2015 Beware the White Coat Syndrome K. Lloyd Billingsley

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