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Jonathan Rauch says probably not. We asked a group of experts, inside and outside Washington, whether he's right.
Christopher Cox, Ed Crane, Steven Hayward, Susanne Lohmann, William Mellor, Grover Norquist, John Pitney and Randy Simmons
Why government programs won't die.
While diplomats bicker over telecom trade rules, new technologies are shattering protectionist barriers.
Believe it or not, federal bureaucrats can be the taxpayers' best friends.
Terry Kinney Jr.
The Clinton administration's meddling has put Ireland on the road to becoming another Bosnia. But it's not too late to change.
David B. Kopel
Survival instincts of "citizen legislators"
Bob Dole's campaign has no future.
The Clinton administration's school for scandal
Thomas W. Hazlett
The latest on-line outrage
Campus lefties try to stamp out alternative viewpoints, but end up looking stupid.
California's banal ban on an innocent pet
Members of Congress seem less willing to sponsor costly bills
An alternative to health care cost catastrophes
They can be higher than expected.
Revisiting New Zealand's decade of privatization
Lower taxes, less pork, better roads