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Can Nuclear Weapons Be Scrapped?
Robert Higgs | May 9, 1997

Guns and Our Freedom
You Can’t Have One without the Other

Charley Reese | May 29, 1997

Market Based Environmentalism vs. the Free Market
Roy E. Cordato | June 4, 1997

The Futility of Campaign Finance Reform
Robert Higgs | June 4, 1997

The Business of Business
Tibor R. Machan | June 10, 1997

Trick or Treaty: An Energy Tax in Disguise
S. Fred Singer | July 1, 1997

Communitarians and Slavery
Tibor R. Machan | July 1, 1997

Religion as Taught in the Public Schools
Robert H. Nelson | July 7, 1997

Flat Tax More Family-Friendly
Richard K. Vedder | July 18, 1997

Congress Picks Your Pocket For Your Own Good
William F. Shughart II | July 30, 1997

Fire and Brimstone
Robert H. Nelson | August 25, 1997

Devaluations Don’t Bring Prosperity
Alan Reynolds, M. L. Burstein | August 27, 1997

Transit’s Transition from Socialism
Daniel B. Klein, Adrian T. Moore, Binyam Reja | October 1, 1997

Free Trade to Benefit the Many, Not Fair Trade to Benefit the Few
Dwight R. Lee | October 1, 1997

In Extreme Excess: The Budget “Deal” That Really Isn’t- No Matter What the Politicians Say
William F. Shughart II | October 3, 1997

A Broader Definition of Defense Pork is Needed
Ivan Eland | November 3, 1997

Putting the Pentagon on a Low-Fat Diet
Ivan Eland | November 3, 1997

Higher Defense Spending Would Be a Huge Waste of Money
Ivan Eland | November 23, 1997

Divided We Stand, United We Fall
Richard K. Vedder | December 1, 1997

The Efficiency of Natural Rights
Wendy McElroy | December 1, 1997

Paparazzi and Public Property
Tibor R. Machan | December 1, 1997

Desperate Cases Make Bad Public Policy
Tibor R. Machan | December 26, 1997

The Feds versus the Indians
Thomas J. DiLorenzo | January 1, 1998

Democracy Would Doom Hong Kong
John T. Wenders | January 1, 1998

A Military Strike Against Iraq: Merely Saving Face
Ivan Eland | January 1, 1998

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

George B. N. Ayittey | January 2, 1998

Exploding the Environmental Myths of 1997
S. Fred Singer | January 7, 1998

Scientists Agree: Warming is Natural
S. Fred Singer | January 7, 1998

Safety and Wealth
Thomas Sowell | January 11, 1998

The Non-Absurdity of Natural Law
Wendy McElroy | February 1, 1998

Economic Freedom and Economic Growth
Randall G. Holcombe | February 1, 1998

Campaign Finance: The Symptom, Not the Problem
John T. Wenders | February 1, 1998

The Terrorist Retaliation U.S. Risks in Attacking Saddam
Ivan Eland | February 1, 1998

The Costs of NATO Expansion
What Are the Administration and NATO Hiding

Ivan Eland | February 3, 1998

A Currency Board Beats IMF Rx
Kurt A. Schuler | February 18, 1998

Lying Government Ads
Tibor R. Machan | March 1, 1998

Social Security Can Be Good for Your Health
An Open Letter

Dwight R. Lee | March 1, 1998

Internet Shakes Up Complacent Press
David O. Sacks, Peter A. Thiel | March 10, 1998

The IMF’s Big Wealth Transfer
Peter A. Thiel, David O. Sacks | March 13, 1998

Schizophrenic Christians
Robert H. Nelson | April 20, 1998

Capitalism Has Won The Battles, So Why Hasn’t It Won The War?
Some still turn to government as cure for society’s ills, even after Communism’s demise

Charles Oliver | April 24, 1998

Nuclear Rapport with India, Pakistan Beats Hostility
Ivan Eland | May 1, 1998

No More Central Banks
Kurt A. Schuler | May 18, 1998

Sex and State
Wendy McElroy | June 1, 1998

Statistics: A Vehicle for Collectivist Mischief
John T. Wenders | June 1, 1998



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