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An Ideology Whose Name We Dare Not Speak
Ray Lehmann | May 1, 1999

Kosovo Intervention Highlights European Free Riding
Ivan Eland | May 11, 1999

Cryptography Versus Big Brother
Alexander T. Tabarrok | May 15, 1999

Even if NATO “Wins” a Kosovo Ground War, It Loses
Ivan Eland | May 27, 1999

NATO Marching to Lose-Lose Situation
Ivan Eland | May 29, 1999

Cities Can Fight Crime Without Becoming Police States
Ray Lehmann | June 1, 1999

Chinese Nuclear Espionage: Is the Hysteria Warranted?
Ivan Eland | June 3, 1999

Respite From the Regulators?
S. Fred Singer | June 8, 1999

Democracy on the Rise
Robert D. Tollison, William F. Shughart II, Robert McCormick | June 8, 1999

Where Kids and Guns Do Mix
Stephen P. Halbrook | June 10, 1999

Guns, Crime, and the Swiss
Stephen P. Halbrook | June 10, 1999

Bring on the Bounty Hunters
Alexander T. Tabarrok | June 15, 1999

War’s Other Casualty
Wendy McElroy | July 1, 1999

President in Denial on Solution to Catastrophic Terrorism
Ivan Eland | July 7, 1999

The Costs of Kosovo
Robert Higgs | July 23, 1999

F-22—A Needed Fighter . . . Or a Fantasy?
Ivan Eland | July 26, 1999

Are U.S. Government Efforts in Counterproliferation Counterproductive?
Ivan Eland | July 28, 1999

The Immorality of Antitrust Law
Dominick T. Armentano | August 1, 1999

The Bathtub, Mencken, and War
Wendy McElroy | August 1, 1999

Electricity Deregulation
How Much Will You Save?

Lawrence J. McQuillan | August 1, 1999

Internet Encryption and the Second Amendment
Alexander T. Tabarrok | August 13, 1999

The Benefits of Privatized Crime Control
Bruce L. Benson | August 20, 1999

The Truth About Marketplace Battles
Lee Gomes | August 26, 1999

It’s California versus the Feds on Medical Marijuana
Alexander T. Tabarrok | September 7, 1999

A “Grand Deal” on the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: A Faustian Bargain
Ivan Eland | September 16, 1999

Winners, Losers & Microsoft Strikes a Sensitive Nerve
David J. Theroux | September 19, 1999

U.S. Arrogance, Intervention Fuel Anti-American Terrorist Attacks
Ivan Eland | September 19, 1999

Why Microsoft Wins
| September 21, 1999

Speakers Defend “Rights” To Bear Arms
Sharon Lerman | September 22, 1999

Death by a Thousand Cuts: Small Operations Such as East Timor Can Tax U.S. Forces
Ivan Eland | September 22, 1999

Art and State: The Case for Separation
Wendy McElroy | September 28, 1999

Corrupt Justice
Paul Craig Roberts | September 28, 1999

Ghosts of the Cold War
Ivan Eland | October 12, 1999

Panama Canal Stirs Cold Warriors
Ivan Eland | October 19, 1999

Do Campaign Contributions Corrupt Politics?
Jeffrey Milyo | October 25, 1999

A Primer on the Social Security Crisis
Alexander T. Tabarrok | October 25, 1999

Is the Constitution Antiquated?
Wendy McElroy | November 1, 1999

Misjudging Microsoft
Stan J. Liebowitz | November 8, 1999

Microsoft Judge’s Findings of Fantasy
Stan J. Liebowitz | November 8, 1999

Our Overwatched Society
Paul Craig Roberts | November 11, 1999

Microsoft Serves the People’s Choice
Stan J. Liebowitz | November 14, 1999

Microsoft and Software Prices
Stan J. Liebowitz | November 15, 1999

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

Judge Posner and the Topsy-Turvy World of Antitrust Law
Alexander T. Tabarrok | December 1, 1999

The Collectivist Illusion
Tibor R. Machan | December 1, 1999

Education and the Digital Divide
Alexander T. Tabarrok | December 2, 1999

Take Technicality Out of Miranda
Supreme Court review would not remove protections from the warning to criminal suspects.

Paul G. Cassell | December 10, 1999

Anarchism: Two Kinds
Wendy McElroy | December 13, 1999



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