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  1. After Busing, Milwaukee Turns to School Choice
    Busing Fails in Pittsburgh
    The American Enterprise, September 1996, p. 41
  2. America's Prosperity Machine
    Small Businesses Are America's Beating Heart. So Why Is Big Government Squeezing Them?
    The American Enterprise, July 1997, pp. 46-49
  3. The Big Apple: Cigarettes and Central Planners
    Let restaurateurs, not regulators, make the rules.
    The Freeman, October 1995, pp. 658-659
  4. Capitalism: An Alternative for Inner-City Gangs
    Instead of the failed remedy of welfare handouts, why not try the market?
    The Freeman, March 1994, pp. 134-135
  5. Features
    Crime and Race
    Leniency toward criminals harms blacks most.
    The Freeman, August 1995, pp. 516-517
  6. Deconstructing the Ivory Tower
    National Review, September 30, 1996, pp. 36-39
  7. Features
    Dying for Pizza
    Attack crime, not commerce.
    The Freeman, March 1997, pp. 149-150
  8. Economics 101: A True-False Test
    How much do you know about the American economy of the 1980s?
    The Freeman, July 1995, p. 451
  9. Ending the "Crayfish Syndrome"
    Common sense solutions from rural Mississippi.
    The Freeman, February 1995, pp. 124-125
  10. Features
    The Incredible Regulatory Follies
    Even children can't escape the long reach of regulation
    The Freeman, August 1996, pp. 553-554
  11. Leadership: Trickle-Down Ethics
    Chronicles, March 1997, p. 46
  12. Correspondence
    Letter From Pittsburgh
    The War on Medicine City
    Chronicles, June 1994, p. 36
  13. Mixing religion & business
    Commonweal, June 2, 1995, p. 6
  14. Vital Signs
    Politics
    The Renaissance Weekend
    Chronicles, April 1997, p. 46
  15. Features
    The Prejudice Against Midnight Dishwashing
    Misplaced compassion and erroneous economic reasoning demonize productive businessmen.
    The Freeman, April 1995, pp. 221-222
  16. Regionalism: The Whiskey Boys and Their Fight
    Chronicles, January 1998, pp. 40-41
  17. Regulators: The New Socialists
    Telling us what to do and how to do it.
    The Freeman, February 1998, pp. 94-96
  18. Rolling Back the Imperial Congress
    Free markets and limited government are the key to prosperity.
    The Freeman, May 1995, pp. 316-317
  19. Runway College Tuition
    Where Does the Money from Higher Tuitions Go? Definitely Not to Higher Education.
    The American Enterprise, September 1996, pp. 59-60
  20. The Self-Esteem Flimflam
    The Feel-Good Goes to School
    The American Enterprise, September 1996, p. 47
  21. The Tax-Cut Follies of 1997
    The Tax Burden Now Swaying American Backs.
    The American Enterprise, November 1997, p. 46
  22. The Trickle-Free Economics of Robert Reich
    Chronicles, October 1993, p. 48
  23. Zsa Zsa and the Litigation Explosion
    Growing legal restrictions on behavior are stifling creativity.
    The Freeman, October 1994, pp. 567-568
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