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    • June 1994 Issue - 17 Articles
      Editorials
    • The Character Issue, pp. 4-5
    • Sweeping Powers , pp. 6-7
    • Letters, pp. 8-17
    • What Causes Aids?, pp. 18-23
      It's an Open Question.
    • Breathing Room, pp. 24-29
      California Faces Down the EPA over Centralized Smog Checks.
    • A Tale of Two Countries, pp. 30-36
      The human costs of protectionism
    • Inc."
    • P.S., Inc., pp. 37-41
      Will Private Management Teach the Public Schools a new Attitude Toward Education?
    • Environment
    • Chemical Warfare, pp. 42-43
      The campaign against chlorine is a campaign against modern industrial society.
    • Immigration
    • Beyond the Family Way, pp. 44-46
      A salable alternative to kinship-based visa allocation
    • Defense
    • Dr. Strangelaunch, pp. 47-51
      Russia's Murky Nuclearweapon Fail-Safe Procedures are Cause for Concern.
    • Regulation
    • Power Moves, pp. 52-54
      The electricity superhighway means the end of the local utility company's monopoly.
    • Magazines
    • As the One World Turns, pp. 55-57
      The Global Economy is a lot more complicated than Conspiracy Theorists Predicted.
    • Books
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      Capital Calcification (Review) , pp. 58-60
      Demosclerosis, by Jonathan Rauch
      1. Demosclerosis by Jonathan Rauch
    • [+]
      Evolution in Action (Review) , pp. 61-62
      The Nature of Rationality, by Robert Nozick
      1. The Nature of Rationality by Robert Nozick
    • [+]
      Those Were the Days (Review) , pp. 63-65
      What Went Right in the 1980s, by Richard B. McKenzie
      1. What Went Right in the 1980s by Richard B. McKenzie
    • Selected Skirmishes
    • And That's the Truth, pp. 66-68
      Wipe Away That Political Grime With the Pledge!
    • Cover photograph